powerbook logic board identification check

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is this a 5300 for certain?

surprisingly the visible Motorola chip doesn't seem to help me here in this case, its a XPC750ARX250RD

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Actually it looks like a 3400

Actually it looks like a 3400 due to the audio ports on the side, the 5300 had them on the back. It's just missing the Modem/Ethernet Card

http://apple-history.com/?model=3400

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nope, it's a . . .

3500, aka Kanga, a 250MHz G3-powered 3400.

dan k

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darn, i thought i looked a li

darn, i thought i looked a little weird Smile

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ah thanks very much dan k

ah thanks very much dan k

hmm just thinking..so I guess I would need to source the power supply board at minimum to try test this logic board? seeing how everything else including some decent ram are already onboard

if it requires more boards (meaning: $) plugged in to work then I might just static-bag the logic board to save it for at a future date because I'm sure that chucking it would be an insult no? *grins*