|Jul 24, 2007, 07:53 PM||#1|
ibook clamshell memory.
I'm thinking of purchasing an ibook clamshell. A tangerine 300 mhz model. I'm only going to use it for writing while on the road, so it doesn't need to be a screaming fast machine. However, I don't want it to be slow as a turtle.. Does anyone know how much memory is supported on the mobo? I'm thinking 512mb, but just to make sure. Also, what type of RAM is supported if I want to upgrade?
Thanks for your help!
|Jul 25, 2007, 02:46 AM||#3|
The clamshell iBook can take a 512 Mb PC100 low profile module for 544 to 576 Mb total (depending on which model and what is soldered on).
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|Dec 2, 2008, 02:53 PM||#4|
Or recommend where the best place in the uk is to get a 512mb module for a ibook clamshell 466mhz?
Oh dear just noticed this is in the macbook pro forum. I did a search for clamshell memory and found this thread. Sorry it's not in the ibook forum.
Feel free to move it if mods can
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