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How Much Memory Can Be Installed In A 2011 iMac?

Question:

How much RAM can I put in my 2011 iMac?
- Asked by Rick H. January 12th, 2012   

Answer:

The 2011 iMac family (released in May of that year) came in 21.5" and 27" screen sizes. All models contained four memory slots using 1333MHz DDR3 PC3-10600 SDRAM. Although Apple states that the capacity of each slot is 4GB for a total of 16GB, OWC and others have proven that the 2011 iMac can actually had 8GB in each slot for a total of 32GB of RAM.

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Filed Under: iMac, RAM, Memory, Upgrade, 2011

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