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    Question Is the ram for a PB 15" the same as the PB 17"
    i have a 15" PB 1.5ghz and theres some ram on ebay.com.au for sale and im wondering if its the same ram as my 15" PB?

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    Yes and no. Your machine will need PC2700 (333MHz) DDR SDRAM SO-DIMM.

    As long as you use that spec, you should be fine.
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    ahh, ok, i have looked at PB ram everywhere its sooooo dam expencive..

    my PB is 1.5GHz but only 512ram..

    will i notice a BIG change in things if i upgrade ram? i only ask you cause i notice we pretty much have the same book..

    my PB runs really well as is, but obviously im not excited about the ram lol

    do you know anywhere in australia i can get cheap ram..? or can i just go to any pc shop and ask for the ram that you told me about and throw it in?


    thanks heaps!

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    I can tell you that I saw a marked improvement going from 1GB to 2GB of RAM, so I would imagine going from 512MB would be even more so.

    Actually, I just remembered that my cousin recently upgraded his iMac from 512MB of RAM to 2GB and is very pleased with the significant speed boost that it brought him.

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