|Sep 29, 2004, 03:34 AM||#1|
Which iBook is faster? (see specs)
Which iBook is faster (these refer to the latest 14" iBook):
1 Ghz G4, 1.25 GB RAM
1.2 Ghz G4, 768 GB RAM
All other specs being equal, the first option is $158 more (with Crucial RAM). Which should I get?
|Sep 29, 2004, 03:36 AM||#2|
You can always add RAM...can't add a speedier CPU.
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|Sep 29, 2004, 10:31 AM||#4|
the difference between 256 and 768 is like light and day for even average users, however the difference between 768 and 1.25GB doesn't amount to much on an ibook with a slow bus
that being said i'd go for the 768 MB RAM
the slight processor boast isn't much for $2000 more between 1 and 1.2GHz but you also get the larger HD and AE, making it worthwhile
MBP 15", 2GHz, 2GB, 100GB HD, 256MB ATI x1600
iMac 17" 2GHz Core 2 Duo
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