iMac 27 inch Mid 2010/2011 Repairs & Upgrades
The 27 inch iMac was launched on July 27th 2010 shipping with a Core i3 3.06GHz “Clarkdale” CPU. It was configured with a standard 4GB 1333MHz memory (up-gradable), 500GB SATA drive and DVD drive. Graphics were provided in the form of an AMD Radeon HD4670 with 256MB dedicated DDR3 memory.
Available part replacements
Display Glass iMac 27-inch Mid 2010/Mid 2011
The Display Glass for the iMac 27-inch Mid 2010/Mid 2011 is using magnets to keep it connected and very easy to replace. Anyone can do this by themselves, just order the part from our webshop and DIY within 5 minutes! Not confident? Make an appointment with our tech instead.
If your iMAC does not respond at all, you might have a defect power supply. The replacement of this part is very complex and we suggest you let our technician do this for you. Use our handy online planner to make an appointment!
The SSD drive upgrade iMac 27-inch Mid 2010/Mid 2011 is the best upgrade to do for your old iMAC. It will make it run as fast as a new one. For this model we can replace the CD-ROM drive with an extra SSD so you will not loose your old drive and can use it as storage drive. To do this upgrade you will have to also order an expansion bracket to fit the SSD into the CD-ROM slot. Contact us today and get a quote for this upgrade and make your old iMAC run as new again.
The memory for the iMAC 2010 and 2011 is user up-gradable. The 2010 model supports upto 16GB of RAM devided over 4 slots and the 2011 model upto 32GB of PC3-10600 1333MHz. You can do this installation yourself in about 5-10 minutes!