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There might be a very slight difference in power consumption, but from what I've read, and from what I've experienced personally with hybrid drives and SSDs, it's so small as to be negligible. Upgrading RAM in theory may actually increase your battery life, because if your laptop can do all its work in RAM instead of writing to disk constantly, that should (again, in theory) take less power. I would not weigh itthe power consumption issue as a factor at all, personally.
There might be a very slight difference in power consumption, but from what I've read, and from what I've experienced personally with hybrid drives and SSDs, it's so small as to be negligible. Upgrading RAM in theory may actually increase your battery life, because if your laptop can do all its work in RAM instead of writing to disk constantly, that should (again, in theory) take less power. I would not weigh itthe power consumption issue as a factor at all, personally.
 
It's one of those topics that people go around in circles about endlessly, and everyone has an opinion that is (usually) based on next to no evidence. Here's a thread that presents some actual testing and is fairly interesting:
 
https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3285741

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There might be a very slight difference in power consumption, but from what I've read, and from what I've experienced personally with hybrid drives and SSDs, it's so small as to be negligible. Upgrading RAM in theory may actually increase your battery life, because if your laptop can do all its work in RAM instead of writing to disk constantly, that should, againshould (again, in theory,theory) take less power. I would not weigh it as a factor at all, personally.
There might be a very slight difference in power consumption, but from what I've read, and from what I've experienced personally with hybrid drives and SSDs, it's so small as to be negligible. Upgrading RAM in theory may actually increase your battery life, because if your laptop can do all its work in RAM instead of writing to disk constantly, that should, againshould (again, in theory,theory) take less power. I would not weigh it as a factor at all, personally.
 
It's one of those topics that people go around in circles about endlessly, and everyone has an opinion that is (usually) based on next to no evidence. Here's a thread that presents some actual testing and is fairly interesting:
 
https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3285741

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There might be a very slight difference in power consumption, but from what I've read, and from what I've experienced personally with hybrid drives and SSDs, it's so small as to be negligible.  Upgrading RAM in theory may actually increase your battery life, because if your laptop can do all its work in RAM instead of writing to disk constantly, that should, again in theory, take less power.

It's one of those topics that people go around in circles about endlessly, and everyone has an opinion that is (usually) based on next to no evidence.  Here's a thread that presents some actual testing and is fairly interesting:

https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3285741

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open