I have a iMac with 1 GB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM 10.6.8 with a 2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Processor and I want to upgrade my memory to 4 GB, what should I buy?
- Asked by Cheryl L from Vashon
- Mar 11, 2012
Apple Memory Module 4GB 667MHz DDR2 (PC2-5300) - 2x2GB SO-DIMMs
Product No Longer Available
2 Answers from the Community
Yes, this type of RAM will work for you. However, since your iMac comes with two slots for RAM. I would recommend not getting one 4GB memory stick, but instead getting 2x2GB memory sticks. The reason being is the processor will divide the work of the RAM between the two memory slots and you'll see better performance than with one 4GB stick installed. The real work of RAM is to help you run multiple software applications at once without lagging. When you divide the work up between two pieces of RAM the processor can partition the work more efficiently.
- Answered by Stacy N from Tampa
- Nov 23, 2012
Go to ABOUT THIS MAC and note year of the production of your iMac. Switch to MEMORY section and than MEMORY UPGRADE INFORMATION in button right corner. You will get all needed instructions there...
- Answered by Jozef B from Banska Bystrica
- Apr 29, 2012