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Actualiza los módulos de RAM para un aumento instantáneo de la velocidad.

  1. Afloja los tres tornillos Phillips que sujetan la tapa de acceso al extremo inferior de tu iMac. Estos tornillos permanecerán cautivos en la tapa de acceso.
    • Afloja los tres tornillos Phillips que sujetan la tapa de acceso al extremo inferior de tu iMac.

    • Estos tornillos permanecerán cautivos en la tapa de acceso.

    • Quita la tapa de acceso de tu iMac.

    • Durante el reensamblaje, cierra la tapa de acceso sin apretar y alíneala con la ranura en la caja externa del iMac antes de ajustar los tornillos completamente.

    I am going to put a very important comment here. Before you start this process listen to the fans on your iMac do any of them sound obviously loud (think about how quiet your iMac used to sound as a reference) If you notice one or more of them sounding substantially loud compared to the others consider locating a replacement fan prior starting this process. After all if you are already “in the neighborhood” it is a shame to do all this work only to have to disassemble your imac a couple weeks later because you realize the fan is failing. I speak from my own personal learning experience of having to disassembly my iMac 3 weeks later because the HDD was failing and apparently the moving the fan around was just enough to push it to start really under performing.

    Wizbang FL - Contestar

    I’m not sure why it is necessary to remove the RAM. As far as I can tell, it can remain in place during this procedure.

    gordonhamachi - Contestar

  2. Usa tus dedos o la punta de un spudger para deslizar la lengüeta de plástico de la bandeja de RAM de la ranura RAM.
    • Usa tus dedos o la punta de un spudger para deslizar la lengüeta de plástico de la bandeja de RAM de la ranura RAM.

    Bonjour, j’ai arraché la languette. Conséquence, elle est inutilisable et je ne peux pas retirer la barrette. Comment faire autrement ? Est-ce que cet outil peut être utile ?

    Robert Ainstain - Contestar

  3. Tira de la pestaña de plástico negro del iMac para expulsar el chip de RAM de su ranura. Los módulos de RAM están firmemente asentados y pueden requerir una cantidad considerable de fuerza para retirarlos.
    • Tira de la pestaña de plástico negro del iMac para expulsar el chip de RAM de su ranura.

    • Los módulos de RAM están firmemente asentados y pueden requerir una cantidad considerable de fuerza para retirarlos.

    • Usa tus dedos para deslizar el chip RAM fuera de su ranura.

    • Si es necesario, repite este proceso para los otros módulos de RAM.

    How many 4MB cards can I install?

    nowsc - Contestar

    None. 4mb ram is too old to fit into any computer manufactured after like 1998.

    Brett Davison - Contestar

    @Brett

    I suggest that you learn your unit symbols before you try to appear clever:

    4mb == 4 milli bits

    4MB == 4 mega bytes

    nowsc was obviously meaning 4GB not 4MB, try not to be a dick.

    Simon - Contestar

    Take care to note which way out the RAM comes - there is a notch in each RAM and it is not centered, therefore either the notch will be on the left or to the right (depending on which way up you have your iMac). This will make it easier to replace the RAM without damaging anything.

    Mike Haines - Contestar

    If damaged the notch inside one pair of RAM slots, is it fixable ?

    Gavriil Bordyukov - Contestar

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Interestingly, the mid 2011 iMac 27 inch also goes to 12GB!

I originally thought I'd be upgrading to 8GB today but found 4 slots instead of 2 :-)

As long as the two front (close to the screen) slots are paired with the exact same RAM config.

For example:

Two front slots Apple 2GB chips = 4GB.

Two rear slots, Crucial Lexar 4GB chips = 8GB

Total 12GB

Hoorah no waste and more RAM, come on Lion... I'm Ready!

spaceshipdev - Contestar

Need a#0 screwdriver, not #1

vince Greco - Contestar

Be sure to really push the RAM all the way into the socket. I had a "no RAM" error beep when I first booted up my iMac after doing this. Just an extra two millimetres was all it needed to be properly installed. It can be quite tough to get in.

Magda Stremeski - Contestar

Hi,

I've got a 2309 and just received my two additional 4GB RAM Cards. Put them in and I can say that the speed improved (now with 16GB). Not dramatically, however, some applications did always show the little rainbow disc when my Mac was "thinking". This is now gone.

I am on OS X 10.9.5 still and the whole Mac feels as if it can "breathe" more lightly with the additional RAM.

Thanks!

peterschiemann - Contestar

My 11,1 27” 2.66Ghz iMac happy eats up all the 4x8GB I put in there.

Brad Anderson - Contestar

Ditto here.

I’m currently running in Recovery Mode awaiting a lesser replacement video card to get by with until I do the dreaded bake for this 4850. I’m not sure if anything will change once I can boot into normal mode or not, but here’s what I’m seeing now-

Strangely enough, I realized after booting that I had bought completely the wrong ram.I don’t know what the heck I was thinking! All seems fine, though. Currently as it sits, things are running fine with 32GB of “Crucial 8GB DDR3 Laptop DDR3L 1600MHz 204-Pin Sodimm PC3L-12800 1.35V Memory” (ebay description). I’m not sure if this will cause any issues or not- if someone else knows better, please chime in!

“About This Mac” reports that it is running at 1333Mhz, but specs call for 1066Mhz?

No erratic behaviour as of yet.

Matt

Matt -

I agree with Magda the boards are not easy to install.

I used a piece of wood the length of the board to help push the board in.

dan1947kelly - Contestar

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