will this RAM work with a 1.5GHz 12" Powerbook

Discussion in 'PowerPC Macs' started by acearchie, Jan 6, 2008.

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    acearchie

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    This Ram

    Im thinking about upgrading my RAM before i sell my powerbook and I have found a good price for this ram...

    Just wanted to check before hand!

    Thanks
     
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    Fleetwood Mac

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    It should work.
     
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    acearchie

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    Yeh thats what I thought!

    It should work but since the seller has a no refund policy I thought it would be better to search round here first!

    Thanks though, but anyone with a solid response?
     
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    Fleetwood Mac

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    Sorry I can't give you a solid response, but I'll give your some more information anyways.

    RAM specifications for your PowerBook can be found here under PowerBook G4 12 (1.5GHz), also take a look a note 24.

    The sticky points for me are wether or not the RAM you posted has the correct number of pins and operates at the correct speed.

    I don't know wether its an option, but you can find RAM for you PB at http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/memory/iBooks-PowerBooks/G4-Aluminum/ It's guaranteed to work with Macs and OWC has much a great return policy,
     
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    acearchie

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    thanks for the help but Im a UK boy!

    ebay looks the cheapest option for me!

    thanks though!
     
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    CRAZYBUBBA

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    buy from a seller who guarantees mac compatibility... better safe than sorry.
     
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    acearchie

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    easier said than done but thats a good suggestion!

    One that I will be putting into force in the near future!
     

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