Introduction

The Power Mac G4 MDD Supports 2GB 333Mhz PC2700 DDR (4X512MB Optimal). It Has four slots on the motherboard.

Tools

No tools required.

The Power Mac G4 MDD: the last, and the fastest G4-based Mac.  This computer boasted up to a Dual 1.42GHz PowerPC G4 CPU (though I have a single 1.25GHz). Six USB ports.
  • The Power Mac G4 MDD: the last, and the fastest G4-based Mac. This computer boasted up to a Dual 1.42GHz PowerPC G4 CPU (though I have a single 1.25GHz).

  • Six USB ports.

  • Four FireWire ports.

  • Assorted SCSI (SCSI50/SCSI68)

  • Assorted Audio

  • Video (ADC & DVI)

  • Networking (RJ-45 Ethernet/56k Modem)

  • Some later model MDD's (such as the dual 1.42GHz) Have a FireWire 800 Port Here:

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Deck the Halls
With tools and Fix Kits
Pull on the side lever and lower the side of the case. Pull on the side lever and lower the side of the case. Pull on the side lever and lower the side of the case.
  • Pull on the side lever and lower the side of the case.

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The ram is between the graphics card, and the CPU, and removal is simple. Push the tabs down on both sides, this will free the ram, then lift it out. The MDD Uses A Maximum of 2GB PC2700 DDR,(512MB X4) and had 4 slots for ram. The MDD Uses A Maximum of 2GB PC2700 DDR,(512MB X4) and had 4 slots for ram.
  • The ram is between the graphics card, and the CPU, and removal is simple. Push the tabs down on both sides, this will free the ram, then lift it out.

  • The MDD Uses A Maximum of 2GB PC2700 DDR,(512MB X4) and had 4 slots for ram.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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