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-Sorry guy you’ve got the best CPU this logic board will support! In addition the North Bridge chip does not have the needed address lines to support more than 8 GB of RAM.
+Sorry guy you’ve got the best CPU this logic board will support! In addition the North Bridge chip does not have the needed address lines to support more than 8 GB of DDR2 RAM.
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Things you might want to do is max the RAM to 8 GB, replace the HDD with either a SSHD or a SSD. You will still be limited to El Capitan the last OS-X supported by Apple on this system.
Best to save your pennies to get a newer system. I would look at a 2013 21.5” iMac as being a good buy or if you can go for a 27” model.

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Post originale di: Dan ,

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Sorry guy you’ve got the best CPU this logic board will support! In addition the North Bridge chip does not have the needed address lines to support more than 8 GB of RAM.

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Things you might want to do is max the RAM to 8 GB, replace the HDD with either a SSHD or a SSD. You will still be limited to El Capitan the last OS-X supported by Apple on this system.

Best to save your pennies to get a newer system. I would look at a 2013 21.5” iMac as being a good buy or if you can go for a 27” model.

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