SDRAM Upgrade for the Apple PowerBook G4 800MHz Laptop/Notebook

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device type: notebook

Your PowerBook G4 800MHz System Specs

System specs as shipped by the manufacturer.
Scan your system to view your specific system configuration.



Memory Type: SDRAM, PC133, SDRAM (non-ECC)
Maximum Memory: 1GB
Slots: 2

Memory or DRAM is the "working" memory of the computer. It's used to store data for programs (sequences of instructions) on a temporary basis.

video - installing memory

512MB, 144-pin SODIMM, SDRAM, PC133 memory module

512MB, 144-pin SODIMM, SDRAM, PC133 memory module
Part Number: CT460117
  • Module Size: 512MB
  • Package: 144-pin SODIMM
  • Feature: SDRAM, PC133
  • Specs: SDRAM, PC133 • CL=3 • Non-parity • 133MHz • 3.3V • 64Meg x 64 •
    What does this mean?
Guaranteed-compatible with the Apple PowerBook G4 800MHz


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Crucial512MB Upgrade for a Apple PowerBook G4 800MHz System

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Upgrade Memory

By Jazzme

from Fresno, CA

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  • Easy To Install
  • Reliable Performance


    Best Uses

    • Multiple desktop applications

    Comments about Crucial 512MB Upgrade for a Apple PowerBook G4 800MHz System:

    I'm mostly pleased with how easy to order and the Crucial Finder that matched my memory choice for me. So far, no crashes. Not sure about change in speed.

    • Primary use:
    • Personal

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