Apple iMac 21.5 inch
These iMac desktop models are both 21 inch and 27 inch Apple iMac models currently shipping and on sale:DDR3 1333 MHz so-dimms are what is required in the latest Apple iMac models that were released earlier this summer 2010 (actually, that’s last year – it’s now 2011) Regardless, 1333MHz is the memory you need to buy when it comes time to maximize the ram on the latest iMac models
3.06 GHz Intel Core i3 Processor
3.2 GHz Intel Core i3 Processor
3.6 GHz Intel Core i3 Processor
Apple iMac 27 inch
3.2GHz Intel Core i3 Processor
3.6GHz Intel Core i5 Processor
2.8GHz Quad Core Intel Core i5 Processor
2.93GHz Quad Core Intel Core i7 Processor
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Four memory upgrade slots are available for uprading the 2010 iMacs in either 4GB, 8GB or 16GB memory configurations, depending on your computing budget, as the Apple iMac is a consumer desktop and we all have other costs besides memory upgrades to worry about.
But iMac RAM is cheap, compared to the benefits and length of time you will use and enjoy your Apple iMac you really should, if your budget allows upgrade your iMac with the most memory you can afford. When you do the math, your iMac RAM upgrade could be had for pennies a day.
**Where to Buy 1333Mhz iMac Memory Upgrades
I have been tracking and monitoring ram prices for so long, I can recommend some memory stores to safely and securely buy your Apple iMac RAM upgrades from. A few names include MemoryX, 18004Memory and Crucial Technology to name just a few memory stores I know and trust.
When it comes to iMac RAM Prices, the prices change on memory upgrades so your best bet is to check the iMac Memory Price charts and tables I have for Apple iMac 2010 memory to get both the latest ram prices but also the best ram prices from a reputable memory seller.
Use the links above to get the best price on Apple iMac Memory Upgrades