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I new to the forums so apologise if I'm asking a question already been asked

I have a mid 2011 model imac 27" which currently has 4gb of ram can i buy a 4gb stick of ram and put it straight in to work along the 4gb i have or do i need to buy 2 4gb sticks and pair them up

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G'day and welcome top the forums

There are four memory slots in your iMac. Easiest way is to buy 2 x 2GB or 2 x 4GB and pop them in. They will still be in matched pairs.

Memory up to 32GB for Apple iMac 2011 Thunderbolt equipped models

Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!
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