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Originally Posted by wicker_man View Post
I currently have a 15" G4 1.33GHz Powerbook with 768MB RAM (512mb + 256mb) and the stock 4200rpm 60GB hard drive.

Anyway I'm thinking about upgrading either the RAM or Hard drive. I can get a 1GB stick of ram (to make 1.5GB) or a 120GB 5400rpm hard drive, each costs about 65.

Which one of these would offer the most performance increase?

Thanks.

(I'm fairly confident in opening up computers and swapping components and have read the ifixit guides to opening up a PowerBook).
You will get more of a performance increase with the RAM in my opinion..


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