they say 1999 300mhz clamshells can't accept more than a 512mb ram chip. that is, after changing their mind on the old 256mb limit. so i ask the question: what is the real limit? can i put a 1gb chip in mine? what kind of chip would be the best bet? what are the considerations i should be aware of besides pc133, 144pin sodim sdram? i'm trying to prolong the life of my tangerine friend until the macintell sellout is complete. i am currently running 512 +32 mb of ram, a new battery, a 7200rpm 60gb hitachi hard drive, airport card, and tiger. (my next question is the possibility of motherboard swapping in these guys) i know you all probably think this is dumb, but please, humor me.
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