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iBook G4 800 MHz RAM


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I want to buy an extra module of 512 MB of RAM, but in the speecifications of my iBook says that it would be PC2100, and the module that i will buy is PC2700, and i wanna know if it would works on my machine.

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PC2700 is backward compatible to PC2100, and it will work on your iBook. It's just more money to buy PC2700.
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