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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by snahrl, Jul 2, 2008.
Yes it is.
Thanks. Just wanted to make sure.
Ordered my MBP a few mins ago. :rock
Welll then welcome to the Mac family, considering if this is your first mac?
what's the difference between PC 5300 and 5400?
I'm sick of Vista.
It's just a rounding thing. Companies round off the memories. The 5400 is actually 675 MHz but rounded off as 667. Both the chips though are virtually the same imo.
I think both would work and the PC2 5400 would just throttle to 667 MHz.
If you want further assurance, here is another site that holds the same information: Difference between 5300 and 5400
Awesome. Thanks for the help again. Can't wait to actually get used to the new Mac OSX.
If it's anything like other apple software I'm used to, then I'll be in for a treat.
Yeah. No problem. You will love OS X. I do. So do almost all the people who try it.
You'll learn fast enough to start using it.
For future reference you can always check out our Guides here on MacRumors.
Quick question, didnt see a need to open a new topic... How much is a 'normal' amount of wired ram, with 4gb on a 2.4ghz MBP?
I use to sit around 120 or so, now i'm up to 460 (after restart and all...). Maybe its the way Leopard handles/optimizes added ram?