Memory help

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  1. beezy

    beezy New Member

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    ok so one day i downloaded sum cool brush sets for CS3, and i opened up photoshop, cuz i want to mess around [and eventually make sum cool ipod touch themes] and i realize its UNBEARABLY slow; so i decided to finally upgrade RAM.
    right now i have 4 slots 2 green and 2 black [Q1: do the colors indicate anything?]
    i have 2 256 sticks in the blue slots, yet the sticks work in the black slot too, so i want to upgrade to a gig of ram, will my Pentium 4 [Compaq presario s5400nx PC] be able to handle another 512 stick, or will i need 2 more 256 sticks?
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    wearmaize Active Member

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    this is an iPod tech help thread...

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  3. beezy

    beezy New Member

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    yea it is, i wnat to make themes for my ipod, but i can wen my comp is so slow

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    lol
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    Marine Iguana New Member

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    i would recommend you get 2x256 cos coloured slots usally mean dual channel memory can be used
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    yeah 2 256 mb sticks will be faster than 1 512 meg stick
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    purp987 New Member

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    The green slots indicate that it can be "banked". All you need to do is go get two exactly the same RAM sticks. Put the sticks into the green slots. The "bank" just makes the RAM together making it much faster. Hope I helped

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