Earlier I posted the non working g3 I got yesterday. Well, good news, it works! I put a Toshiba Combo drive in it and an 80gig Maxtor, 256MB or Ram and fired it up. Keep watch, I will have an overclocking mod guide on it. Thanks mom!
Yah, that is from my modded 7600. As you can see its white as was the case. But luckily for me, it hooks up to the g3! Its the only other keyboard I have. Its really just for testing. I will get a new keyboard and mouse soon. Did you see my old ass Multi scan. It still works, although its a little glitchy. -Maestro
yea i noticed that and the old powermac 6100 in the background. I loved that computer but never got to buy it becuase I was too young at the time. I also have a apple multiscan 1705 that still works At the time I really wanted a 1710 tho :huh:
That is actually a 660 a/v, I am saving it for my PC mod. I know its a PC, but with both think of all the stuff I can do (I have been reading "Steal This Computer Book" and "Steal This File Sharing Book" as of late. Not for anything sinister, for good :lol: -Maestro
Well, after 3 hrs. of software and hardware recouping, I got the g3 working again-I kerneled after my second startup. Put it is all go. I got a fan for my cpu sink so that I can begin overclocking. Anyone know what other heatsinks fit this cpu>
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