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iMac - good choice of iMac?


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is this a good choice of my imac?http://store.apple.com/1-800-MY-APPL...p1Hsrj/12.?p=0, remember this is a 24 inch g4 imac. the reason im asking is because my friend is saying to get more ram but i dont have enough money, will this be a good choice of my ccomputer?
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Your link has timed out.

Does this help with more reasonable memory prices?

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is this a good choice of my imac?
...remember this is a 24 inch g4 imac. the reason im asking is because my friend is saying to get more ram but i dont have enough money, will this be a good choice of my ccomputer?
Apple never made a 24" G4 iMac.
Since the link does not work. I assume you mean it's a 24" Intel Core 2 Duo iMac. A RAM upgrade costs less than $100 if you do it yourself. It's super simple to do. An upgrade to 2GB would be a good minimum no matter which iMac you choose.


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