Pairs of same amount of RAM will enable dual channels on chipset and AMD CPU take alot advantage on that. I'm going to find out how much performance boost with dual channels by tonight!
The BIOS, Pfff... is quite pity for sure xD. Geforce 6150 comes with 64MB dedicated VRAM and maximun you can load system RAM to share with it is 128MB, total is 192MB VRAM, but since 192MB is not common most system info programs report as you have 256MB VRAM.. which is false T___T *DAMMIT* .. And that's the only way to add VRAM to intergrated GPUs.
How can i game with a graphic card with only 192MB!
The "OCed 2GHz / 1GHz HT" mean OverClocked to 2GHz and 1GHz HyperTransport. It should be 1.2GHz HyperTransport but dunno why reported as 1GHz. If you check out my "!!! OCed WOOT !!!" on my sig :P
I got my pairs of Kingston 1GB DDR2 667MHz for only $144 bucks.. $72 each, not bad aye?
EDIT: In reply to the thread, the only downside of this laptop (my laptop) would be its system 'parallel line'. That 'parallel line' is like a large motor freeway with all the vehicals (data) going up and down so fast, and traffic can be easily interrupted when another module started or in progress share with other module. Those modules are Wireless, Bluetooth, HD Audio, HD 56K Modem and Card Reader. I think they all share the same parallel line. To think about it agian they all on south bridge chip. So that parallel line may have refer to HyperTransport or nForce 410/430MCP...... Hmm