From: David M. Ensteness (denstene_at_mac.com)
Date: Tue Mar 08 2005 - 12:29:02 PST
Its not 750MHz its a PowerPC 750 - that is the model number of the G3
processor. If its Beige its 233, 266, 300, or 333, if its Blue and
White its 300, 350, 400, or 450MHz.
They aren't bad Macs either way. The BW G3 will run 9.2.2 or 10.3.8 and
a Beige G3 will run 9.2.2 or 10.2.8.
All of that providing RAM and hard drive space.
On Mar 8, 2005, at 1:17 PM, Thomas Isenbarger wrote:
> I found an old PowerMac G3 by the garbage today so I stripped it for
> parts. . .but I don't really know what I can do with them.
> What can I do with a PPC 750 Mhz chip? Anything fun? I also have the
> audio card, some RAM, the HD, CD-ROM, and Zip drive, along with some
> ribbon cables, and heat sink, and a ViewSonic adaptor. I don't know if
> it all works; I would imagine that something doesn't work and that's
> why it was thrown out, but I would also think that it would not *all*
> have gone bad either.
> Tom Isenbarger
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