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-[* black] Looks like today we're starting with the good stuff! With a bit of elbow grease we manage to shimmy the logic board out of its slot to reveal ...
-[* black] ... removable RAM! While many users would prefer the RAM hatch found in the 27" models, this is still a ''major'' bonus for upgradability over the iMacs we've encountered for the past few years.
+[* black] The rest of this iMac comes apart pretty much the way we expect, and we dispense with the power supply, hard drive, and fan without fuss.
+[* black] And with a bit more elbow grease, we shimmy the logic board out of its slot to reveal ...
+[* icon_reminder] ... removable RAM? We can hardly believe our eyes.
+[* black] Yep, those are SO-DIMMs. Two of them.
+[* black] It may not be as accessible as the (dead simple) RAM hatch found in the 27" iMacs—but still, this is a ''major'' win for upgradability over all the 21.5" iMacs with soldered RAM that we've encountered in recent years.
[* black] Before moving on, we take a moment to scope out the silicon these memory modules have to offer:
- [* red] Sk Hynix [https://www.skhynix.com/products.view.do?vseq=1925&cseq=73|H5AN8G6NAFR|new_window=true] 8Gb DDR4 SDRAM (4  × 8 Gb = 4 GB per DIMM)
+ [* red] SK Hynix [https://www.skhynix.com/products.view.do?vseq=1925&cseq=73|H5AN8G6NAFR|new_window=true] 8 Gb DDR4 SDRAM (4 × 8 Gb = 4 GB per DIMM, 8 GB total)