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Looking for 512MB, SO-DIMM 3.3V memory


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I bought a 20-in iMac recently and looking to add an additional 512MB to it. All I can find on the web is
the generic laptop memory which meets all specs
(PC2700, DDR-SDRAM, SO-DIMM 200pin) except that
I cannot find 3.3V memory anywhere.
I can only find CAS 2.5V.

Does this matter if I use 2.5V memory instead of 3.3V memory on an iMac?
I would appreciate any help.

(yes.. i did check www.fastermacs.com and macmall.com)
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I bought a 20-in iMac recently and looking to add an additional 512MB to it. All I can find on the web is
the generic laptop memory which meets all specs
(PC2700, DDR-SDRAM, SO-DIMM 200pin) except that
I cannot find 3.3V memory anywhere.
I can only find CAS 2.5V.

Does this matter if I use 2.5V memory instead of 3.3V memory on an iMac?
I would appreciate any help.

(yes.. i did check www.fastermacs.com and macmall.com)
2.5V will work fine in your machine.

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