(asp) Apple service provider, not to be confused with (AASP) Apple authorized service provider

(ASP) out of warranty repairs on behalf of the client (AASP) Applecare protection plan on behalf of apple


The OWC 'MaxRAM' Certification Program determines the maximum amount of memory that can be installed in a Mac as validated by a series of comprehensive, in-house laboratory tests. While OWC "MaxRAM" configurations exceed Apple's officially supported maximums, all OWC brand memory upgrades are assured to perform flawlessly and are covered by a Lifetime Advance Replacement Warranty and Money Back Guarantee.

Below is a list of Macs that have been OWC MaxRAM Certified to be capable of utilizing up to double the memory than Apple specifies.

 

iMac July 2010 - Intel Core 2 Duo i3, i5, i7

Model ID: iMac11,2 & 11,3

Up to 32GB of memory 1333MHz DDR3


  8GB Kit 4GB x 2

16GB Kit 4GB x 4

32GB Kit 8GB x 4


iMac October 2009 - Intel Core 2 Duo i5, i7

Model ID: iMac10,1 & 11,1

Up to 16GB of memory 1066MHz DDR3

 


  8GB Kit 4GB x 2

16GB Kit 4GB x 4

iMac March 2009 - Intel Core 2 Duo/Extreme

Model ID: iMac9,1

Up to 8GB of memory 1066MHz DDR3


8GB Kit 4GB x 2



iMac April 2008 - Intel Core 2 Duo

Model ID: iMac8,1

Up to 6GB of memory 800MHz DDR2


6GB Kit 2GB + 4GB

iMac Memory

iMac Mid/Late 2011 - Intel Core Duo i3, i5, i7

Model ID: iMac12,1 & 12,2

Up to 32GB of memory 1333MHz DDR3




21.5” i3 3.1GHz Education Model Supports up to 8GB Total

i5 & i7

8GB Kit 4GB x 2

16GB Kit 8GB x 2

32GB Kit 8GB x 4

Apple Certified Macintosh Technician

With any Warranty/Exchange hardware and/Or Repairs to logic boards the client is responsible for all shipping costs.

iMac 2009 to 2011

Replace the optical drive (CD/DVD Player)

with an OWC Data Doubler fitted with an OWC 120GB SSD for the O/S

  SSD= Faster more responsive Operating System,


Hard drive:- Just for storing all of your personal data.


Data Doubler Compatible with

20” Early 2009 9,1 2.66GHz 3G SSD

24” Early 2009 9,1 2.66GHz, 2.93GHz, 3.06GHz 3G SSD

21.5” Late 2009 10,1  3.06GHz, 3.33GHz 3G SSD

27” Late 2009 10,1  11,1 2.66GHz, 2.8GHz, 3.06GHz, 3.33GHz 3G SSD

21.5” Mid 2010 11,2  3.06GHz, 3.2GHz, 3.6GHz 6G SSD

27” Mid 2010 11,3  2.8GHz, 2.93GHz, 3.2GHz, 3.6GHz 6G SSD

21.5” Mid 2011 12,1  12,2  2.5GHz, 2.7GHz, 2.8GHz, 3.1GHz, 3.4GHz 6G SSD






























Data doubler

120GB OWC SSD

Clean install of the O/S of your choice,




iMac 2010, 2011

Add an OWC SSD

SSD= Faster more responsive Operating System,

The OWC SSD is mounted behind the optical drive


Add an SSD kit,Compatible with

27” Mid 2010 11,3 2.8GHz, 2.93GHz, 3.6GHz 6G SSD

21.5” Mid 2011 12,1   2.5GHz, 2.7GHz, 2.8GHz,  6G SSD

27” Mid 2011 12,2 2.7GHz, 3.1GHz, 3.4GHz, 6G SSD


 









Hard drive:- Just for storing all of your personal data.


Standard hard drive already fitted to your iMac

Because of the heat sensor on the standard hard drive,

you have to replace Like for like..... ie same brand of hard drive,


but you have the option to replace your current Hard drive

for a larger capacity one, Up to 6TB (Depending on Brand)


Larger capacity Hard drives sold separately

iMac 2008 to 2011


iMac 9,1 20” Early 2009 A1224

Optical drive removed and replaced with a OWC Data doubler and OWC 240GB 3G SSD

Clean install, of O/S Dual Boot, on the SSD

We then replaced the old Hard drive

for a Western Digital 1TB Caviar Black 7200rpm  64mb Cache Hard drive for all of the personal data


iMac 12,2 27” Mid 2011 A1312

OWC 120GB 6G SSD, SSD Kit Mounted under the Optical drive

Clean install of O/S from the SSD

We then replaced the old Hard drive

for a Seagate 1TB Barracude 7200rpm  64mb Cache Hard drive for all of the personal data





















iMac 24” 2009 A1225 NVIDIA GT 120V

iMac 24” 2009 A1225 NVIDIA GT 130V

iMac 24” 2009 A1225 ATI RADEON HD 4850

iMac 24” 2008 A1225 NVIDIA 8800 GS

iMac 24” 2008 A1225 ATI RADEON HD 2600


iMAC 21.5" 2011 A1311 ATI RADEON 6770M

iMAC 21.5" 2011 A1311 ATI RADEON 6750M

iMAC 21.5” 2010 A1311 ATI RADEON 4670

iMAC 21.5” 2010 A1311 ATI RADEON 5670

iMAC 21.5" 2009 A1311 ATI RADEON 4670


iMac 27” 2009 A1312 ATI RADEON HD 4850

iMac 27” 2009 A1312 ATI RADEON HD 5750

iMac 27” 2009 A1312 ATI RADEON HD 4670

iMac 27” 2010 A1312 ATI RADEON HD 5670

iMac 27” 2010 A1312 ATI RADEON HD 5750

iMac 27” 2011 A1312 ATI RADEON HD 6970M 

iMac 27” 2011 A1312 ATI RADEON HD 6770M












































If you have left it too late and are experiencing GPU issues

we can re-flow the GPU Chip

Tear down and clean fans, heat-sinks and remove all dust and fluff

apply GK ThermalPaste to GPU and CPU.

Replace the Pram battery.







Please note,

Re-flowing is a temporary repair, Giving you enough time to save up for a newer model,

There is no guarantee how long this repair will last


New HDD Upgrade  Kits for 2009 2010 Apple iMacs

Unlike Prior Generations, Apple iMacs from late 2009 to current 2014 & later utilize digital reporting and even custom firmware for SMC drive temperature reporting. OWC's Exclusive HDD Kits include our custom digital monitor that 'talks Apple SMC' and maintains proper temperature reporting and Apple Diagnostic compatibility allowing you to upgrade an existing 3.5” HDD with any 3.5” SATA HDD of your choice up to 6.0TB


New HDD Upgrade Kits for 2011 Apple iMacs

Unlike Prior Generations, Apple iMacs from late 2009 to current 2014 & later utilize digital reporting and even custom firmware for SMC drive temperature reporting. OWC's Exclusive HDD Kits include our custom digital monitor that 'talks Apple SMC' and maintains proper temperature reporting and Apple Diagnostic compatibility allowing you to upgrade an existing 3.5” HDD with any 3.5” SATA HDD of your choice up to 6.0TB


iMac 11,1 27” late 2009 A1312

Optical drive removed and replaced with a OWC Data doubler and OWC 120GB 3G SSD

Clean install of O/S on the SSD

We then replaced the old Hard drive

for a Seagate 1TB  7200rpm  64mb Cache Hard drive for all of the personal data

Graphic card issues with the following iMac's

Screen frozen, blank, black or white screen

Non boot, shut down

white background flashes of checker board

removal of the whole logic board 27”

Graphics card

CPU Heatsink

CPU chip

GPU Heatsink

removal of the whole logic board 21.5”

Back Up Back Up Back Up,

If you don’t, you could loose everything when your hard drive fails

Bring your iMac in for a service before Thermal issues start

Early 2008 to Late 2011


Tear down and clean fans, heat-sinks and remove all dust and fluff

apply GK Thermal Paste to GPU and CPU, Replace the Pram battery.


Next install software to override the SMC and

manually control the fan speeds to keep everything cooler inside.

$200 All in

Home or Business

weekend & evening service available

Drop your Mac off in the evening and pick it up the following morning.

We are open 7 Days a week

(Please ring or email to make an  appointment)

Accessible, Personal Service.

HGST Travelstar 7K1000

1TB 7200 RPM

32MB Cache

SATA 6.0Gb/s 2.5"

$130

Orico external enclosure

For 2.5" Hard drive

USB 3.0

$30

New Graphic Card with Heatsink

60 day warranty


20” 661-4673 2400XT 128mb $650

21.5” 661-5308 4670 256mb  $650

21.5” 661-5546 5670 512mb  $650

21.5” 661-6023 6750 256mb  $600

21.5” 661-5945 6770 512mb  $700

27”     661-5315 4850 512mb  $565

27”   661-5969 6970 2GB     $1400

27”   661-5944  6750 512mb   $700

27”   661-5968 6970 1GB     $1100

27”   661-5967 6770 512mb    $750


Plus $200 labour





FAN UPGRADE

27” Thunderbolt display repair, glitchy, flickering, black screen

New thunderbolt/mag-safe cable, supply and install $95

New Replacement glass

Year 2010 922-9344 A1316

Year 2011 to 2016 922-9919 A1407

New Power supply board $300




Mac Apple Repairs

Mac Repairs, Upgrades and Mac OS Troubleshooting

122 Goat Lake Road Chester Nova Scotia B0J1J0

Tel 1-902-275-3970

Mac Pro to 2018

Mac Mini to 2018

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New Genuine Apple iMac G5 17” & 20” isight 185w power supply

Supply and install $140

Typical layout of a 27” iMac 2009 to 2011

UPGRADE $80

What we do is remove the CD/DVD optical drive and move the fan right up against the heatsink

Bring your iMac in for a service before Thermal issues start

Early 2008 to Late 2011


Tear down and clean fans, heat-sinks and remove all dust and fluff

apply GK Thermal Paste to GPU and CPU, Replace the Pram battery.


Next install software to override the SMC and

manually control the fan speeds to keep everything cooler inside.

Move the fan closer to the GPU Heatsink $280 All in