I got my hands on some small jumpers today, so i have been playing with the clock settings of my old beige g3 board.
It's able to boot/run at.
333 cpu, 66 bus, 33 pci.
337 (actually 338 according to osx), 75 bus, 30 pci.
333, 83 bus, 33 pci.
It looks like around 330 is max for this 266 cpu... I was thinking of getting a b/w cpu for it, but don't know if it really speeds things up anymore. Im using it for file sharing/server duty, isn't bus speed more important?
Post edited by: griffer, at: 2006/01/12 19:16
- iMac g5 2ghz, 1.5gb ram. - eMac 1ghz (clocked at 1.27): 1gb RAM, Dual Layer Pioneer DVD +/- RW, 80 gb HD, 160 & 250 external Lacie FW HD´s. And modified cooling. - iMac 600 mhz - b&w in atx case, with sata drives :p - PowerMac g3 b/w - with atx psu - PowerBook G3 Wallstreet
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