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Monday August 20, 2007 5:40 pm

Bleeding Edge TV 178: New iMac RAM Upgrade On The Cheap

While the release of the newly redesigned aluminum and glass have been fantastic, the fact that they ship with just 1 GB of RAM by default isn’t so exciting. We knew immediately that this called for a RAM upgrade in the iMac, and we were happy to find that installation has gotten easier and easier as new iMac models are released (although there is a particular spot of trouble, which is featured at the end of the video in the outtakes.) In the past, we been both disappointed and delighted with iMac RAM installation. In this episode, we show you how to upgrade the RAM in the new iMac in a step-by-step manner - at a far less expensive price than you would have to pay to do it. Hit the video for the full scoop.

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The new aluminum iMacs will use all 4 GB of RAM. Older ones will use 3 GB.

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