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[* black] Good news: The iMac's RAM is "user-replaceable."user-replaceable.
[* black] Bad news: You have to unglue your screenRAM is user accessible from the back panel (between power socket and remove the logic board in order to do so.
[* black] This is just barely less-terrible than having soldered RAM that's completely non-removable
air vents) by push a tiny button near a power socket.
[* black] Good news: The iMac's RAM is "user-replaceable."user-replaceable.
[* black] Bad news: You have to unglue your screenRAM is user accessible from the back panel (between power socket and remove the logic board in order to do so.
[* black] This is just barely less-terrible than having soldered RAM that's completely non-removable
air vents) by push a tiny button near a power socket.
[* black] Our bargain-basement unit has a solid 8 GB of Hynix PC3-12800 RAM.