It's offical, I just speed bumped my LC III from 25mhz to a blazing 33mhz. I did so by switching resistor R14 into the blank R74 on the undercarrage. I re hooked up, booted, bong, load, and then I ran Apple Personal Diagnostics (want it? PM me.) although, it now is called a Performa 406 in APD rather than the Mac LC III like before. I wish I could bump it to an 040 processor. is there a way? I think I saw one at the end of the service manual (googled for it). also, the mobo is a Revision D, but it says (c) 1992. why? oh, almost forgot teh specs:
Macintosh LC III
Motorola 68030 '68LC30' @ 33mhz
standard VRAM (I want more!! )
250gb conner HD 50 Pin SCSI inside
original 80mb Quantim 50 Pin SCSI outside (I have it in a hand build LEGO chassis) (the next compubrick accesory?)
Daynaport 10T ethernet PDS card
System 7.5.5 Revision 2
btw, I will post pics as soon as I can afford a digi cam.
P.S. the ethernet connection is odd. I can use PCMAC LAN to transfer files to it, but cannot connect to internet via same connection and iCab. why? I use a wireless hub, and have SBC Yahoo DSL with a 2Wire brand DSL modem. lemmie know about this one.