6320 isn't the Road Apple, it's the predecessor 6200/75 which was an absolute dog. 120Mhz 603e would bring it up to low specced early PPC speeds (think 6100/66) which if running PPC aware programs is capable enough.
Ok team, I order a TDA7052A to replace it!
1. I took the speaker and plug it in to a 9v battery, the speaker is alive...
2. Took the analog board out and verify that the speaker cables where not damage. multimeter and continuity test - cable pass
3. re-solder speaker cables to the analog board
4. Put the TDA7052A in a socket waiting for the replacement
I put it back together and now speaker is working...maybe was a bad soldering point...but still going to replace the chip.
This maybe help someone else out there with the same issue.
Everymac seems to allude that this model, in addition to the TV accouterments, came with a 256k L2 cache as standard, and that, more than almost anything IME, will make a night/day difference on a 603e(v) machine for sure (well it makes a difference on all PPC Macs, but you get my point). I've run my 4400 with and without its cache and it's like a different machine. Pop the cache in, and it's the cut-price PowerMacintosh it was made to be. Take it out, and it's a Performa. :P
My family 6218CD (75MHz) compared to the 5x00 school lab Macs was a complete dog. It got crap done for my family though but I was sad about having to play Dark Forces at pixel-doubled resolution, and never being able to play with the full viewport on DOOM. But with their price points, they filled a market segment, I'll concede.
Well, it isn't a Performa 630. It's a 6320CD. No idea how this happened, somehow the seller wrote "Performa 630", the photos showed a Performa 630, but the computer front panel says 6320 and the logic board is a 6320. The serial number matches what was in the listing. Totally confused. The seller seems to be as well.
I don't mind it that much, I think I have a random Q630 logic board somewhere. But completely crushed the 96 630 isn't really a thing.
Weird thing is there is a P630 with plastic just as good as this 6320, supposedly.
So, performance of the "Permafrost" 6320CD - it isn't anywhere near as bad as LEM claims. It actually seems to be peppy. It has the original install of 7.5.3 Update 2.0, the original owner seemingly used the system for a year and then never used it again. 16mb RAM and a 1.5GB hard drive. Really not bad for an Amelio era re-bundling of a Spindler era machine. It was probably dirt cheap when new.