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do you think if i upgrade from 1gb of ram to 2gb of ram will be enough to keep on top of aperture 2 and one game? Or is there need for 4gb?
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The more the merrier, but i think 2GB should suffice, as I run aperture 2 on my MacBook with 1gb of RAM and safari and iChat running and it's not too sluggish.
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