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    shmendall's Avatar
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    IMAC 20"!! WOOH YEAH!! 2gb ram - 250gb hd 2.16ghz core 2 duo
    Does this RAM work with an iMac 24" 2.16 Ghz (usually 2x512MB)
    This RAM Here

    Well title says it all really!

    any help greatly apreciated


    note: it is DDR2 SODIMM, that the right one?
    Diana F+
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    2.4 GHz intel core 2 duo MBP, iPhone 5, iPad 3
    your computer should have 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM (PC2-5300) ram in it..

    I can't get your link to work so I cant say if that ram will work or not..

    I was on the M-F honor roll for month : May 2007

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    shmendall's Avatar
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    IMAC 20"!! WOOH YEAH!! 2gb ram - 250gb hd 2.16ghz core 2 duo
    Ahh, the stupid PC World website does its links on searches or something.

    Cool, I am going to hang back with upgrading my iMac, when I get it, because 1GB is fast enough for me just yet,

    I just had bad experiences with 1GB because of my Vista laptop, but then again, its Vista, so its eating up half of my RAM logging in! haha
    -And my notebook used shared RAM with the video so it was a tad slower

    Thank you anyway!
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    2xiMac24 w Parallels 6 (1x White, 1x Aluminum), iPhone 3GS with iOS5
    This looks like the correct stuff.

    Just a caution - I bought PC RAM and found it would only go in one side of the two slots because the chips were too thick.

    Actual Apple certified RAM must be slimmer and they have a little tab that you can pull with a fingernail to remove them. Apple RAM comes in and out very easy and the PC RAM I had to use a small screwdriver to unjamb it. Tense but it went in and did come out.

    I now have 1x512 Apple and 1x1gb PC and it is fine. As mentioned speed must be 667.

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