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iBook - RAM for ibook clamshell


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Hi, I'm new here. I'm a windows guy so I'm somewhat a bit clueless about macs....

Anyway, the problem I have is I recently stumbled upon a old old ibook clamshell 466Mhz at a flea market for only $50; I snapped it up to only find it had OSX installed and ONLY the stock 64mb of RAM, making it slugish at best. And via the internet and google I've discovered it can take up to 576mb of RAM max; now I need to know is:

What kind of RAM do I need for it and where can I buy it?

And

Is it compatible with the RAM of a powerbook G4?

O and please be understanding as this is my first mac pc.
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