So, I play WoW. The recommended video specifications for Mac users is 128mb video ram, whereas my Macbook (late 2007, black Macbook, not Pro) contains a built-in, apparently non-upgradeable GMA 950 chipset with only 64 MB's of vRAM. I've accepted that this is is apparently not able to be upgraded with a very heavy heart and a somewhat angry wallet, haha. I would have liked to be able to game better on this computer for the money I spent, but - c'est la vie. Buying a new one is not an option. So, with this in mind, since I cannot upgrade my video to a chipset with more compatible vRAM, would I see a benefit from upgrading instead my RAM? I currently have an Intel Core 2 Duo Processor with a speed of 2GHz, and 1GB of 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM. I've been told by some friends that upgrading my RAM would fix a lot of the issues I have in-game (which is, mostly, very low frame rates) - and I'm looking at a 4GB memory upgrade kit online (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820146701), but I always figured that frame-rates would primarily be an issue best left to video RAM (you know, video RAM - video GAME! It just seems like they would go hand in hand, lol). I'm not entirely computer illiterate - but as you can maybe guess, I AM somewhat illiterate when it comes to what exactly does what when it comes to computer gaming. Video RAM versus plain ol' regular RAM, what does it all mean? lol. Any suggestions would be greatly, greatly appreciated. If it is indeed RAM that needs upgrading, are there any suggestions anyone can give me for somewhere to buy it cheaper than from Apple? I only have one arm and one leg left after buying the laptop itself, y'know.