Model A1174 with 2 GHz Core Duo or Model A1207 with 2.16 or 2.33 GHz Core 2 Duo

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I see you have ram,

2 gig for this mac, can I upgrade directly to a pair of 2 gig chips? Take it from 1 gig to 4 gig ram? Am I able to put a 2 gig chip in each slot?

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iMac "Core 2 Duo" 2.16 24-Inch Specs

Identifiers: Late 2006 - 24" - MA456LL - iMac6,1 - A1200 - 2111

I am asking because on a PC I have heard you cant mix he sims. You cant have a 1 gb and a 2 gb, for example. you have to have 2 sims the same. Is it a problem with my mac?


It's not a PC.


Yeah I kinda goofed that one. Communication is beautiful only when it works, right? What I should have said is that I have a PC also - I bought the MAC and am transitioning from the PC to the Mac. I know on the PC you have to have the same sims. If you have 4 slots you have to have 4 1 gb sims, or whatever. You cant have a single 2 gb sims and 3 one gb sims. Is my Mac the same way? I have read I can only use 3 gb max, and I have 2 slots. Can I use a 1 gb and a 2 gb sim instead of 2, 2 gb sims and just not be able to access all of it?


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The 20" is A1207, the 24" A1200 both use the same RAM

MAX RAM is 3GB of PC2-5300 DDR2 SODIMM

Here's how to install it:

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