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What Is The Maximum RAM For My 2010 iMac?

Question:

How much memory can I put in an iMac from 2010?
- Asked by Blanche D. September 27th, 2011

Answer:

If you have one of the iMac models that was released in July 2010, you have four memory slots that can handle a maximum of 16GB total. Be sure to use 1333MHz DDR3 PC3-10600 SDRAM for your memory. Find more info about iMac memory and information about your specific 2010 iMac model.

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Filed Under: iMac, RAM, Memory, Upgrade, 2010
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