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« on: February 22, 2021, 04:05:19 pm »

Upgrading your iMac's memory yourself is cheaper than going through Apple

While Apple charges a premium for memory (RAM) upgrades on all of its computers, one of the best aspects of the iMac line is that RAM is user-upgradeable — at least on the 27-inch model. This means that you can skip Apple's in-house, expensive RAM upgrades and efficiently perform much more cost-effective ones yourself. Our best memory for Mac choices serves up several excellent third-party RAM upgrades that you can get right now.



For later expansion

OWC 16GB DDR4 RAM (Single stick)



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This single-stick kit gives you plenty of room to expand to 32GB or even 64GB in the future should you want to.

$75 at B&H

128GB for less

Timetec Hynix 128GB DDR4 RAM



This set of four 32GB RAM sticks offers the maximum amount of memory you can put into a Mac for just a fraction of the price of Apple's upgrade option. Perfect for high-end video work and development or opening just a ton of Chrome tabs.

$476 at Amazon

Top tier for most consumers

OWC 32GB DDR4 RAM



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