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iMac - imac single core-du proccessor

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i have a single core 17' G5 imac, and was wondering if theres a way i could put a duo core processor in it? and just curious, im thinking about putting more memory into it, whats the max it holds 2gb?
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not possible to out a core duo in it.
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