Or anybody else for that matter...<br><br>Any idea if the 1Gb Ram module offered by TransIntl for the new G4 iBooks will have undesirable side-effects? <br><br>Does it mess with the architecture of the iBook somehow? I'd like to avoid degrading battery performance, processor speed, etc....<br><br>I want to upgrade before I head out to the Macromedia conference, and this has caught my eye...is there are a technical reason why Apple capped the Ram expansion of the iBook G4 line at 640Mb?<br><br>Just wondering...<br><br><br><br><br><br>===================<br>[color:blue]"Does This Hole In The Ground Make My Ass Look Fat?"</font color=blue><br>----<br>S3V3N<br>Washington, DC USA
It sounded a little Franken-techish...I'll probably just stick with the Apple 512Mb Module.<br><br>===================<br>[color:blue]"Does This Hole In The Ground Make My Ass Look Fat?"</font color=blue><br>----<br>S3V3N<br>Washington, DC USA
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