Kingston Technology was kind enough to sent some evaluation 4GB SoDIMMs to me for installation and testing. They arrived a little later than expected this week but were sitting on the front porch when I got home tonight. They are now installed and I thought a quick screenshot might be in order. As you can see, the overall speed rating from the Windows Vista WinSAT assessment test is the same, but I have twice the capacity as before.
I’ll be putting them through their paces as much as possible over the next few days before I head to TechEd 2008. I need to finish getting through some UNIX interop content first thing in the morning then I’ll start building out an environment with some teeth.
What’s the current laptop world record for the number of Windows Vista virtual machines that are executing? Might be fun to put up a number before my flight.
See http://shop.kingston.com/partsinfo.asp?ktcpartno=KTL-TP667/4G or click the pic above for the Kingston ecommerce store price on the memory I received.