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RAM upgrade for XI1546 ??

Postby murnie » Fri Aug 17, 2007 1:21 pm

Hi,

I have an amilo xi1546 T2400 centrino duo.

I'm looking to upgrade to 2 gigs of RAM (2 * 1gig) but am not sure about the different timings available on the market. I want some performance RAM so am looking for suggestions on suitable units to buy.

Also, while im here is it possible to upgrade the processor on this laptop?

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Postby murnie » Wed Aug 22, 2007 10:08 am

Well thanks everyone for viewing but not replying!!


I ended up getting a 2 gigs of 667 ddr2 from Crucial so hope its what i wanted!! BF2142 should play better now in addition to changing the game to run in the native screen resolution of 1440 * 900 which really helped.

Cheers guys n gals.
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Re: RAM upgrade for XI1546 ??

Postby aspettl » Wed Aug 22, 2007 11:03 am

Sorry :oops:

murnie wrote:Also, while im here is it possible to upgrade the processor on this laptop?

Yes, it is possible.

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Postby murnie » Wed Aug 22, 2007 5:19 pm

Ah, I see!! :D

Would moving up to a T7*** series processor work and would i get a much improved 'puter for my troubles and money??

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Postby aspettl » Wed Aug 22, 2007 5:27 pm

murnie wrote:Would moving up to a T7*** series processor work

Your laptop is often sold with the T7200.

murnie wrote:and would i get a much improved 'puter for my troubles and money??

That's the problem - it depends on your software. I think it's only worth the money if you have really cpu consuming programs. You could monitor your cpu load.

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