so i retrieved my (very) old beige g3/233 (clocked to 300) and my agp g4/400 with a fried motherboard the other day. I restored the g3, but it seems a tiny bit slow. now, considering that my fried g4 motherboard deserves the trash, can i use the processor in the g3? Can anybody give m some guidelines as to how to do this(if possible)?
If it is an AGP Graphics G4, the processor is completely different. If it has a ZIF G4 in it, you can just throw the G4s processor in the G3 and google someover clocking guides to clock the G4 accordingly.
MacBook Pro, 2.2GHz SR Core 2 Duo, 120GB HD, 2GB RAM, PowerMac G5, DP 2GHz, 2GB RAM, 1x500GB HD, Sonnet Tempo X4P, 2TB RAID, ATI 9650 256MB.
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