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*Apple officially supports 4 GB of RAM, but third-parties have been able to upgrade the system to 6 GB of RAM using one 2 GB and one 4 GB memory module.

Your processor is a ZIF socket and can be upgraded to a 3.06 GHz

You have a 3 Gb/s BUS so your hard drive can be upgraded.  Consider a SSD drive.

In all I would say that you have the wrong machine.  Take a look at the Mac Pro Models.  These would serve your needs much better than an iMac.  The Geekbench on your machine is 3833/4284*  *These Geekbench 2 benchmarks are in 32-bit and 64-bit modes, respectively.  For example, my Early 2009 Mac Pro dual Intel Xeon X5570 has four hard drives, RAID card, three video cards and 32 GIGS of RAM and a Geekbench of 15548.  This machine is right at 4 times faster than your current machine and the 5th fastest Mac ever.  The base machine can be had for about $3000 and you can dump all the money you want into it.  The Mac Pros were made for professionals while the iMacs are basically entry level machines.  A Mac Pro (Mid 2012)Intel Xeon X5675 3070 MHz (12 cores) benches at 22167.  Take a look at the new machines here: