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Will 512 be enough?


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crispeto
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I know my new ibook will have 256 ram. I just ordered another 256 so will have a total of 512. Will this be enough for openoffice, internet, movies etc.?

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CaptainMack
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deffinetly. 512 is fine for what you are doing
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code777
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yup for what you listed yes 512 is fine. but if you get into more advanced programs (photoshop, video editing, protools, etc...) and do tons of multi-tasking then you would need 768.
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