Application Benchmark Results
File Decompression : WinRAR 3.41
When decompressing a 2.65 GB ISO file we actually saw some difference - 512 MB was faster. It seems that despite using the same timings and clock frequencies in all our memory tests, the 256 MB sticks from GeiL outperform the 512 MB sticks from Corsair, as indicated by memory-speed sensitive WinRAR. The difference is not so much attributable to the manufacturer, but to the amount of memory rows. Obviously, WinRAR can take advantage of compact memory geometries. More details on this can be found in the synthetic benchmark section. Memory size, however, didn’t seem to impact the results at all.
3D Rendering : 3DS Max 7
There were no benefits from extra memory in this scenario.
The Mac is a powerbook G4.
Applications do crash but I like to do things quickly so that's why. With the IBM (Netvista), I don't use it that much, but sometimes I control it through RDC. The "Netvista" has 1 Gigabyte of ram.
I don't really mind about the computers and the ram-I just care about that I can use them and that they don't crash each time I play a game.
From someone, who is learning applescript.
Performance is achieved by striking a good balance between RAM, CPU, Hard disks, and the mobo.