quote:Originally posted by paradoxicalcat
quote:Originally posted by csterns
PCat, thanks again. I decided to keep my docking station that came with my TC1000 so installing software and such is a non-issue for now.
768MB is what I have now. I can only imagine what more would do. I'm fantasizing now. Actually, how much more would I realize by adding more. 2G just seems awesome and perhaps overkill.
P.S. I found the previous post and the link and here are the specs:
Module Size: 512MB
Package: 200-pin SODIMM
Feature: DDR PC2700
Configuration: 64Meg x 64
DIMM Type: Unbuffered
Error Checking: Non-parity
I assume this is the right memory? What about more memory?
You can never have too much memory, it's always nice. But, there's only one DIMM slot, so you'd have to buy a single 1GB chip to have 1.5GB of ram. (I'm not sure how you could upgrade to 2GB, even though the specs say you can!)..
While that sounds just peachy, and it is, there is a HUGE price increase between the 512mb and 1gb chips.. Like $140 vs. ~$700 (cheapest), compaq's is even more than that.
So, unless money is absolutely no issue, I'd say stick with the 512MB upgrade and you'll have a total of 1GB. That's plenty enough for most everyone..