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Mac Ram WTF?!?!

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I've got some ram here and I wanna shove it in my iMac, only I don't know if it will break it. Can any of you Mac gurus here can tell me which one of these are good? :batman:

Stick 1: Micron
(Micron Symbol) MT4LSDT1664AG-133C1 PC133U-333-542-C           
   US     BZABXQW020     200309                                                           
   128, SYNCH, 133Mhz, CL3

Stick 2: (Micron)
  16X64     16X64s7g4c8nMIC1002                                                       
   13121132591040303nm VOID IF REMOVED

Stick 3: (Hyundai)
 HYM7V65801     HYUNDAI                                                                  
   BTFG-10S BA-A     KOREA                                                                  
   PC100-322-620     0035
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Far as i can tell i don't think any of those will work in a Mac. The Mac normally takes PC3200 400 unbufferd C3 ram.

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What kinda imac, buddy? Year, type ?
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What kinda imac, buddy? Year, type ?
iMac indigo 500 DV
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Machine Model: iMac
CPU Type: PowerPC 750 (83.2)
Number Of CPUs: 1
CPU Speed: 400 MHz
L2 Cache (per CPU): 512 KB
Memory: 320 MB
Bus Speed: 100 MHz
Boot ROM Version: 4.1.9f1
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your imac takes PC100 SDRAM DIMMS.

System Information
Maximum memory: 1 GB
Standard memory: 64 MB (removable)
Slots: 2 sockets

so based on that..i think the hundai one would work. if you stuck it in, all it would do would be not recognize it. as long as it actually fit in the socket and you didnt jam it in.

ram for your comp is cheap though,
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yeah, if i were you i would buy a new 512 stick, or if you have the cash more. buy seeing as you already have a 256 stick, 256+64=320, having 768 would really improve things for you.
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Originally Posted by DeVious
iMac indigo 500 DV
Hey, straighten up that desk.
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