Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by fridexter, Mar 1, 2005.
512mb in my powerbook
notebook_1 : 1gb
notebook_2 : 512mb
desktop : 2gb
1.33GHz 12" powerbook: 512mb ram
1 GB in all my current machines.
768mb in my 12" G4 iBook.
512 in my 667 Powerbook Ti
768mb in my 12" G3 ibook
1.28GB according to Apple...
512 in my pismo
512 here on my g5...time for a memory upgrade
640MB iBook 15"
PowerMac G5 - 1.25GB
PowerBook G4 - 512MB
iMac 1 gig
512mb in my 15in PowerBook Ti 1ghz.
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
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
533 Power PC G4
1GB in my eMac
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.
1.5gb in my 15" PB G4.
1.12GB, 867MHz G4 QuickSilver desktop
640Mb in my 12" iBook G4