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Has anyone upgraded from 2GB - 4GB and when using photoshop, lightroom, etc how much of a difference has it made?
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I have only used up to 1.25gb on my ibook g4. I am getting a 2gb kit in the mail for my black macbook first gen. I have never had a Mac that supported more than 2gb.

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From what I have read, Aperture will give you a hard time even if you have 4GBs of RAM... but yes, especially if you're dealing with RAW images, 4GBs will work better than 2.

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I bought the Mac pro specifically for photography. I have 6Gb and don't see any delays. Its very quick.

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