The 27-inch iMac 2019's RAM may be upgraded to 128GB
Working For Notebookcheck
Are you a techie who knows how to write? Then join our Team! Especially English native speakers welcome!
News and Editorial Editor - Details here
Apple released a new line of iMacs this year minimal fanfare. These all-in-ones closely resemble their predecessors, although their internals have seen an appreciable upgrade at all tiers and SKUs. The OEM maintains that the highest-spec'd variant of these tops out at 64GB in terms of RAM. However, a memory-kit manufacturer begs to differ.
OWC had pledged to investigate the possibility that this maximum RAM value could in fact be doubled in the highest-end, 27-inch 2019 iMac. Now, it has confirmed that this has in fact worked out; apparently, each of the 4 accessible slots in this machine is compatible with RAM sticksof up to32GB.
Therefore, the company now offers a MaxRAM Kit that delivers this possibility (i.e. 4x32GB). However, there is a sizeable catch: it is priced at US$1,099.99. Those who could content themselves with less RAM may be interested in OWC's 96GB (2x32GB + 2x16GB) or 64GB (2X32GB) kits. They are priced at $749.99 and $579.99 respectively.
This may seem like a budget-busting upgrade, especially on top of the price that even a basic (8GB) iMac 2019 commands. However, OWC asserts that its prices (albeit mainly for kits of 64GB or less) entail decent discounts compared to what Apple asks for factory upgrades.
Top 10 Smartphones
Smartphones, Phablets, ≤5-inch, Camera SmartphonesNotebookcheck's Top 10 Smartphones under 160 Euros