DDR2 Upgrade for the Apple iMac 2.8GHz Intel Core 2 Extreme (24-inch - 667MHz) Desktop/PC

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device type: desktop

Your iMac 2.8GHz Intel Core 2 Extreme (24-inch - 667MHz) System Specs

System specs as shipped by the manufacturer.
Scan your system to view your specific system configuration.

Memory:

DDR2 PC2-5300

Memory Type: DDR2 PC2-5300, DDR2 (non-ECC)
Maximum Memory: 4GB
Slots: 2

Please check the memory frequency of your iMac. Your memory upgrade needs to match the frequency of the installed memory. Note that the memory speed and the bus speed can be different.The SSD is fully functional in the system. The CTSSDCONVT ( 3.5" bracket ) is need to mount the SSD.

Memory or DRAM is the "working" memory of the computer. It's used to store data for programs (sequences of instructions) on a temporary basis.

video - installing memory

Storage:

SATA

Storage Drives -- hard drives and solid state drives -- are the permanent memory for the programs and documents on your computer.

Data Transfer Rate is the rate at which data can be sent or received. This is determined by your motherboard. A drive with a higher transfer rate will only run at the rate of the motherboard's transfer rate.

Cache is a type of working memory that allows the drive to perform faster.

RPM is the rotations per minute of a hard drive which effects the speed of data transfer.

Solid State Drives are non-moving memory, so access speed is instant.

1GB, 200-pin SODIMM, DDR2 PC2-5300 memory module

1GB, 200-pin SODIMM, DDR2 PC2-5300 memory module
Part Number: CT715142
  • Module Size: 1GB
  • Package: 200-pin SODIMM
  • Feature: DDR2 PC2-5300
  • Specs: DDR2 PC2-5300 • CL=5 • Unbuffered • NON-ECC • DDR2-667 • 1.8V • 128Meg x 64 •
    What does this mean?
Guaranteed-compatible with the Apple iMac 2.8GHz Intel Core 2 Extreme (24-inch - 667MHz)
 $19.99
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from Huntington Beach, CA

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Pros

  • Increases Speed

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Multiple desktop applications

    Comments about Crucial 1GB Upgrade for a Apple iMac 2.80GHz Intel Core 2 Extreme (24-inch) System:

    After returning the original order of two sets of 1GB SD RAM, I got the 4 GB (Two sets of 2 GB SDRM modules) and installed them. The computer's ram makes my multi-tasking much faster as software program open and close without a long delay. The primary reason for the upgrade is to meet basic requirements for future needed software for my system (Including LION OSX).

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    • Personal

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