Trash80toHP_Mini wrote:A 6360/6400 board won't work correctly, no 3.3V rail on the 5260 PSU. The 6500/5500 board makes its own 3.3V power for the PCI Slot, so those should work fine.]
2.2.5 — What's the deal with 3.3V regulators?
If you have an Alchemy (6360, 5400/6400) board, you'll need to add a 3.3V supply line in the wiring harness as shown on the Takky wiring diagrams page. If you have a Gazelle (5500/6500) board, you might be able to get away with leaving it out. If you have problems booting, however, you should add it and see if the problems go away. If you're running a G3/G4 upgrade, have the RAM maxed out, or have any PCI cards installed, you'll almost certainly need the regulator. If you have one of the "Road Apple" x200/x300 boards, you don't need the 3.3V supply at all.
thanks for fixing that i guess i have dyslexia,
yeah i was reading LEM's article, because with this board design x200 series they use a PPC that is 64bit,
and basically it takes the processor 4 cpu cycles to complete 1 process, because the board technology is a quadra 630 '040" design with a PPC upgrade...
so if it says that is 100mhz its really only 25 mhz, worth of performance!
ok so here i think was apples vision for this computer,
sitting in a jr. high computer lab, turned on the morning, left on all day, no internet, no printing,
Just something to play Number Munchers, and oregon trail.
because both of those it does quite well seems,
ok well maybe the occasional word processor, save your document to floppy when done
likewise with an xls doc.
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