How much RAM do you have on your system?

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  1. fridexter

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    Tell me.

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  2. Pineapple Devil

    Pineapple Devil beat it!

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    512mb in my powerbook
     
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    notebook_1 : 1gb
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    768mb in my 12" G4 iBook.
     
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    768mb in my 12" G3 ibook

    maxed out :noes:
     
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    cedric I don't have a contract

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    512 in my pismo
     
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    512 here on my g5...time for a memory upgrade
     
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    iMac 1 gig
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    512mb in my 15in PowerBook Ti 1ghz.
     
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    I have the standard 256 in my G4 14" iBook. I definately need more, and i was trying to decide between the 512 or 1gb chip. I am a graphics major in college and i use photoshop and illustrator a lot, along with the usual other programs ichat, firefox, and etc. I am looking to just get some third party ram and not crucial because of the price difference. Do you guys think i should go ahead and get the 512mb stick, to just get me by until i get a job and can afford the 1gb or should i save my money now, and invest in the 1gb and max my system out.

    I guess my main question is how do your systems run with 768mb of ram?
    For those of you with that much, do you wish you would have waited and gotten a 1gb stick?

    I want to be able to multi task more efficiently without the lag between programs
     
  18. StealthMode

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    768 should be fine perfect. But if you are going to upgrade to the 1gb at a later date anyway, why bother with the 512.
    But I would think 768mb would be fine, should be a nice performance boost from what you have now ;)
     
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    1GB in my eMac
     
  22. PaintedWolf

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    I had a 512 stick laying around so I didnt bother with making a choice to buy a 1G stick. My system is running great with 768 in it. Personally, my opinion is that there is never enough ram. If you want a gig, get a gig. If you are on a budget and can only afford 512, your system will be fine with it.
     
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    1.5gb in my 15" PB G4.
     
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    IcyHot4Life Str8 Ballin'

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