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Can the 64 to 128 VRAM upgrade be done in the apple store or does any upgrading have to be done online?
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online only....the videocard is soldered into the logic board

go for the 128 you will really want it

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iLEFTOVERCRACK is 100% correct.... the video cannot be upgraded.... And also... the 128mb is well worth it.

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Can the 64 to 128 VRAM upgrade be done in the apple store or does any upgrading have to be done online?
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Really hate to be the devil's advocate here...again. I've got the Ultimate 15" powerbook...which has 128Vram....and I have yet to see an app or any app take advantage of it. Now if there were such an app that would require 128 mb vram...how would it run on this machine? hmm...

This machine is a dawg...dawg slow....but I still love it....it's so pretty looking. Don't get it just cause we say so...consider what you're going to use your pooter for....that's my 2 bits.
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