Have two questions on iMac 27", 3.1 GHz i5 (2011):
1. As standard, this device comes with 4 GB of RAM. I want to increase it to 16 GB. What would you recommend? What firm, frequency, etc.? I think to take Samsung SO-DIMM DDR3 4GB PC12800 (1600) — suitable?
2. Strange behavior in sleep: maybe just the night turns on. What this might be? Tick "Wake for network activity" is disabled. Version OS X 10.7.3.
2. Though not on topic, but I have myself Win7 does. Few times was included independently, although the response to network activity is also disabled.
amos_Zieme answered on October 8th 19 at 01:01
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Jayde.Tow answered on October 8th 19 at 01:03
Memory take Samsung — Apple in their cars it raises — was very surprised when I changed the memory on your memory aimag and found strap Samsung — iMac unofficially supports 32GB of memory — but dies with 8Gb rarely where you will meet.
Night wakes up to execute the utility. This is normal — so he really takes care of himself.
In General, in any case, in the settings you can tick not to Wake up from network connections
sheridan.Leffler answered on October 8th 19 at 01:05
Memory take the cheapest. Strap 8 GB in the next couple of years is not relevant (unless of course you have something great don't think iMac).
At some point I got used to the fact that my Mac mini is always on.