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iMac - iMac4,1 MA200LL dual monitor?


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Want to add a second display to my Imac. I think it can be done but i am clueless when it comes to macs...

Can i put an aftermarket video card on here too? I have the stock i 128 card...

thanks in advance!
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Can i put an aftermarket video card on here too? I have the stock i 128 card...

thanks in advance!
Nope.
You can't change out or replace the vid card in iMacs.
You can add a second display by using the mini-DVI connection.

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