The 630 takes either a board swap up to a 63*0 excluding the 6360 (or beyond with a 6360, 6400, 6500, or similar board, with mod to add 3.3v for the PCI). Alternatively there is the Apple/Daystar 601 upgrade with the gold heat sinks (also fit the LC 475 etc) that goes in the cpu socket to give a 66 or 100MHz 601 while keeping the 68040.The Quadra/LC 630? I'm working on a big index of CPU upgrades and I need more info on those machines.
Yes. Any 63xx before the 6360 was basically a "fixed" (depending on how you see it and who you ask) x2xx PerformaDoes this include the 5300 and 6300 Performas? The Quadra/LC 630? I'm working on a big index of CPU upgrades and I need more info on those machines.
You would need to check everything very carefully. While this is not a 1:1 upgrade guide, this is a good reference on what needs to happen when modifying these "backplane" style Macs https://powercc.org/takky/ again, this is not a step-by-step, but more of a reference. It's meant for 030 "backplane" Macs.My 6214 board does have a regulator on the board, but I can't tell whether or not it's 3.3V