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    Can anyone tell me how much heap and ram is for the 128mb treo 700p and 64mb treo 680? they are both nvfs right? So the ram doesn't get erased when the battery is removed? Where did the 128mb ram in 700p go that made both the 680 and 700p have almost the same FREE ram in the info page? thanks
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    The additional RAM (approx. 64MB) in each model is dedicated to ROM--the underlining OS and programs that come "bundled" with the Treo.
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    Can someone post the results of running
    http://mytreo.net/downloads/details-959.html?MemInfo
    for 700p and 680? it seems little hardware knowledge is known about it. thanks
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    My 680 reports:

    Storage Heap (Flash):

    Total Size: 70688KB
    Total Free: 55822KB


    NVFS DB Cache (RAM):

    Total Size: 23855KB
    Total Free: 15558KB
    Largest Free Chunk: 15324KB


    Dynamic Heap (RAM):

    Total Size: 10560KB
    Total Free: 5114KB
    Largest Free Chunk: 2587KB
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    Quote Originally Posted by spiVeyx View Post
    The additional RAM (approx. 64MB) in each model is dedicated to ROM--the underlining OS and programs that come "bundled" with the Treo.
    I wonder how the ROM size differs between P and W models, but the 680 (P) definitely seems to have all 64 of it's specified MB in NVFS. This makes the 128MB specified for the 700P very interesting... where did it all go? 'cause if it got allocated in the way that memory did in the 680, you'd think it'd be more stable and reliable than some people I've read from suggest...

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