does this means tha if i change the memory, and install one at 512mb -200mhz instead of two at 256-333 that already has,i wil gain some speed?or battery lifetime?
In this case you would go from 512 MB at 167/333 MHz to 512 MB at 200/400 MHz.
So in priciple you would gain some speed, provided that the BIOS supports it
I bought two 512 MB DDR333 modules to replace my original two 256 MB modules. I will re-do some of the benchmarks I did in my original review and see how much effect it has if you go from 2x256MB@133MHz (original modules with original bios 1.03) to 2x512MB@167MHz (new modules with bios 1.11) and let you know.
ok thank's my fried.does anybody know if our motherboard supports ddr 400?normaly i kow that supports but we have to have an examble just to be sure,maybe the bios dosent support it!if i change the modules would the battery performane ingreasse or degreasse
As promised, some benchmarks to show the effect of going from 2x256MB@133MHz (original modules with original bios 1.03) to 2x512MB@166MHz (new modules with bios 1.11).
As you can see and as expected, there is a considerable improvement in PCMark and Sandra memory
Also 3DMark and Aquamark seem to like more/faster memory, but all the other benchmarks seem to
depend only on CPU-speed.
I have an Acer TravelMate 4400, I believe it is very similar to the 5020 series. I am having a problem, maybe you could help me!
I live here in America, and I want to put the XP64Pro on it. I have downloaded all of the 64 bit drivers from Acer's web site. However, it says "BIOS v1.08 required". Does anyone know where I can get the BIOS v1.08? Thanks, Help would be greatly appreciated!
Yea, I searched the Acer America site, and I am having trouble navigating it... cant find anything on there. I also searched the UK site, but, the 4400 is not listed, I assume it is not sold there.
Just bought a 5024! I paid £900, and am very pleased.
I had a go on Doom3, and it works great, but I noticed the fill-rate wasn't as good as I would have expected. I also noticed that when you move big bits of graphics around on the desktop, they tend to tear quite a bit.
Has anyone else noticed this or attempted to fix it?
I have downloaded this WinPhlash and the 1.11 bios files from Acer. Now, I'm not sure how to use this util. As far as I understand WinPhlash wants one of the files in the 1.11 DOS folder (and not "WINDOWS"). Which one to use (M24,M26 and some other)?