I am not sure about the HD size, I will check into that. It would be because of the chipset. You can always buy an sata or ata pci card and use any size you want. http://www.newegg.com does have some really cheap cards that have both....never used that brand though. Google around a bit for the resistor changes and make sure you heat them up good before removing them with a razor...you dont want to take off the resistor solder pads.
The early Quicksilvers only support 128g drives, I have an eBay special here as my printserver. I initially put a 160g in and it only saw 128. Prior to this puppy I'd only seen later Quicksilvers and never hit the drive limit. It clocked to 1gig and hasn't missed a beat in a couple of years. The CPU limit varies greatly between individual chips. If it runs cool it will probably be OK. Most machines will clock up by one speed "step" without flaking, more if you're lucky. I've seriously overclocked early G3s and G4s by adding a fan. The only machines I've had that sometimes won't clock are the 800meg G4 iMacs. QS is a great machine, use it to cut your MacTeeth and then get an Intel.
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