Adding ram to a 12" pb

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  1. speedhunter12

    speedhunter12 semi-pro lurker

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    I want to add a gig stick ofram to my 12 inch powerbook which brings me to two things

    1. What kind of ram would you recomend/have you used in yours? I have seen alot of people recomending crucial is that the way to go?
    2. I tried to unscrew that door on the bottom the other day just to check it out but those motherkers are tight. Then got to wondering are they reverse threaded or regular? :squint:

    Any other advise you have for me?
     
  2. clog

    clog NO SOUP FOR YOU!!!!11

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  3. Raider007

    Raider007 om nom nom nom

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    crucial ram...

    although i use pqi cause it's cheaper and it's worked for me...
     
  4. speedhunter12

    speedhunter12 semi-pro lurker

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    any advise on getting the door open?
     
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    The screws are not reverse threaded. Get a size 00 screwdriver.
     
  7. fifty50

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    1gb stick of crucial ram in mine. 00 screwdriver to get the door open. i didn't have any troubles.
     
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    so there must be a reason everyone uses crucial. What exactly is so wonderful about it?
     
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    apple has been known to use crucial ram
     
  10. colosodian

    colosodian Next Gen

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    crucial 1GB module at newegg for 12" pb is $120. You can save a few dollars by going with a cheaper brand, but is it worth it?
     

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