upgrade CPUs and a couple of

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upgrade CPUs and a couple of

More stuff from outta the Shop. If I keep looking I may find some gold, Ya think so maybe??.

OK, two Apple Dual CPU daughter cards made by DayStar Digital for Apple, one is a 200MHz and the other is a 180MHz. These are working Daughter cards checked out in a 9650 WGS running OS X 10.2 and they both handled OS X pretty well (not desktop screamers) but better than you'd think. These will not work in the kansas logicboard.
200MHz $35.00 shipped , 180MHz $30.00 Shipped anywhere in the lower 48 Guarrented NO DOA

A liitle something for the Beige G3 Owners out there. Four Newer Tech Zif CPUs for the Beige G3. These have been run and tested in my Beige G3 DT, 128 ram, 6meg onboard video, 6Gig hard drive, CD-Rom drive, Floppy and stock CPU 333MHz. The newer Techs are 366MHz and a strait swap no jumpers to reset just plug it in and go. I ran the system profiler on these and each one checks at 366 but it says L2 cache not installed so I'm thinking xclr8yourmac. for a driver or install program to enable the L2 cache.
$22.50 each shipped in the lower 48

I still have a great abundance of the Thunder cache cards 33MHz and a very few 50MHz cards
33s 12.50 each shipped 50MHz $15.00 each shipped.

And one more thing a very rare newer tech Daughter card for a Zif CPU fits 7400 thru 9600 and that includes the Kansas logicboard, However it is unkown if it works. So its cheap $20.00 shipped

TIA

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I wish you put this up a little while ago

I just spent $25 on a 300MHz for my AIO. Dang.. At least I have it running at 350MHz now. I tried 366, but alas, the machine was hanging left and right. I just cut the cord on it (pun intended) and powered it down, then bumped it back to 350 with a 75MHz bus.

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366 CPU

You can still buy the 366 and sell the 350 and just think no jumpers to change, although you sure can experiment and see what you can get one to go to

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nah,

my 350 is certainly Speedier than my 233 I had in it (which if you read the posts, was actually OC'd to 280MHz) I am fine suing it now, but if anything, i want the extra VRAM for this machine. seeing as it is an AIO, I would like to use the internal screen, and not have to hack an adapter for the screen to work on a PCI Video Card

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Vram

Your'e only running 2megs of Vram on the AIO?? Don't you mean 6megs if you have the 4 meg vram chip. What does it say in the system profiler?? 2 or 6. I thought you said you had OS X 10.3 on the AIO. Or am I totally off base

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