No, it’s not RAM that you can just add on. It’s NVM memory with their proprietary interface that comes as an IC. They used the highest capacity available at that time. It’s been a few years and now there is a higher capacity chip. You can’t just solder it on, the pin outs could be different, the power requirements could be different.I have already written everything before. I don't want to repeat myself.
Technology is moving forward, the product needs to be developed. But if the memory size of probably $ 5 is going to determine whether a fairly large upgrade is fully functional or not, that's not good.
When the MKIV comes with a new and faster processor, etc. and its new possibilities come out of it, that's okay. That's life. But the amount of memory ... ???
What did I expect? In that case, the option to buy a $ 50 card that I can put into FXIII will give me full functionality.
It is not my goal to fight Fractal, but only to present a different point of view of new functionality or its lack.
And this is only my opinion and does not make anyone agree with it.
But it always seemed to me that this forum is also for expressing your opinion. After some previous comments from some users, I am beginning to have doubts.
But please, let's get this over with. There are more problems with firmware 17 than the fact that MKI FullRes is not fully functional.
That M1 computer from Apple - you can’t upgrade RAM either, because it’s stacked on top of the processor. You can’t upgrade memory on your phone either, just have to buy the largest size available - that’s what fractal did, gave you the largest size available.