I am an apple evangelist, or at least I was. I lost faith in the company and sold stock when I really should not have. But I am getting more and more upset with their deliberate attempt to prevent upgradability. Currently, I have 4 macs that I have begun to upgrade butt have reached a brick wall and need some help
Is there any software that will allow me to remap my broken “L” key?I believe some condensation got on the L key of my keyboard. It no longer functions at all. In system preferences, only...
Rispondi a "Upgrading CPU from i3 3.06 Ghz to i5/i7-S version 82W"I have a mid 2010 iMac with a core i3 3.06 GHz CPU, and ATI Radion HD card with 256 MB a video room, and the 500 GB 7200 RPM HD. I am about to do an upgrade of the CPU, the GPU, and the Hd to SSD. It’s going to be a long tedious job, but doable. They are basically only two processor upgrade options that I am aware of and I chose to go with the Intel quad core i7 2.93 GHz That has the same socket type as the stock CPU. There is another core I five option, but I am upgrading this to the max. If you upgrade to the iOS 7, then you can use 32 GB of RAM instead of the 16 GB limit. Also, there are other graphics card options pulled from other imacs purchasable and eBay that you can swap for the stock built-in one. Changing from an HDD to an SSD is an enormous improvement in performance. And I’m not just talking about disc performance. But the entire system. I didn’t believe it until I tried it. As far as I know from everything I have read, there is no need to change the power supply when going with the CPU that I...