After looking over the page located at: http://www.bekkoame.ne.jp/~t-imai/maine.html and reviewing the archives using the term overclocking, I did not feel 100% ready to give it a go ... yet.
Is the information on that page still considered the "newest, latest, best info" on overclocking ???
If I follow the chart correctly, I look at the present CPU speed (333 in my case) on the vertical column, and change the resistors to end up in the configuration noted on that same 333 mhz line.
If I do that modification (successfully) what is the anticipated new cpu clock speed going to be?
Since I have built a few Heathkits many moons ago, working with the resistors is not as much the issue as making sure I understand the steps to follow.
If you have successfully implemented the G3 overclocking on the trayloaders, please pass on any tips on reading that overclocking page note above, and any other information that may be helpful. If the overclocking is only going to incread the cpu speed by 50 or 80 MHZ I may not bother. But then again it may be fun to try just to have done it once, anyway.
Any guidance/tips/pitfalls to be aware of (other than voiding the manufacturer's warranty (;-) would be appreciated.