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Hi guys i have a 2.0 intel core duo g5.. How many slots for ram does it have?.. Stupid question i know but i need to knw lol.. i need to upgrade mine to 2gb..
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Which do you have, a Core Duo or a G5? Some G5's only had one open slot, some had 2. Intel Macs (Core Duo, Core 2 Duo) have two open slots.
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There is no such thing as a Core Duo G5. The Core Duos are Intel chips and the G5 is a PowerPC chip. Go up to the Apple icon, down to About this Mac: Processor
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