memory is super cheap right now, a 256mb module is only $34.. so stock up, your
new motherboard should handle 3 modules, for a total of 768mb of memory.
You should also make sure you get a fast hard drive, usually 7200rpm and ATA100.
I like IBM drives.
"Cooke, Julie" <CookeJ@logica.com> wrote:
>I was planning on getting a 1GHz Athlon with 512MB of RAM and running under
>Windows 2000. The Nikon Coolscan produces file sizes of around 70MB, so a
>lot of fast RAM is important. Can anyone see any problems with this spec.