[sf-lug] will increasing RAM increase power draw during suspend-to-RAM?
nathan at foo-o-rama.com
Wed Sep 3 10:50:40 PDT 2008
I'm going to guess, without the specific EE knowledge to say for sure, that
the size of the chips is irrelevant, it's the *quantity. *
E.g., if you simply add another 512mb SODIMM, then yes, I think it would
roughly double the power consumption, but if you swapped out the 512mb
SODIMM for a 1gb or 2gb one, it would remain similar.
IANAEE, so YMMV :)
On Wed, Sep 3, 2008 at 10:44 AM, John Magolske <b79net at gmail.com> wrote:
> When suspended to RAM, a laptop's battery is slowly drained.
> My understanding is that this power is going towards keeping
> the RAM active. I'm wondering how much of the total power draw
> is is being consumed by the RAM chips. Would doubling the
> amount of RAM from say 512MB to 1GB have the effect of roughly
> doubling the power consumption while suspended?
> John Magolske
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