Loc: San Francisco, CA
1000/167 doesn't work either. That is, it works until I put more than 1GB of RAM in the machine. Me = sad. Next week I'll be setting the machine back to 867/133, though I am tempted to try a higher clock speed on the slower bus!
A couple of weeks ago I noticed a problem that I only just confirmed on Friday: My FireWire ports don't work! Either I damaged something in regards to the ports, or the faster bus is creating a conflict. If they can't be repaired, I'll feel a bit sad, but I wanted to get a FW+USB card anyway (and it's not like I have to worry about sleep problems - this machine refuses to wake from sleep anyway, just like every PowerMac G4 I've used).
I settled on cooling parts and all that so the interior of my case will be a fun-time shiney blue. Weeeee... In other news, I know why my CPUs are getting so hot. My 120mm fan is just shy of useless. It pushes SO little air.
DP 1.08GHz PMG4 MDD, 1GB PC2700 DDR, 200GB ATA (16MB, 7200RPM), Radeon 9800 Pro (256MB)
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