>50Mhz rated 030s certainly existed - but as for which speed were used in 
>which accelerators, I can't say. I have a
>CSA 12-gauge accelerator (50Mhz 68030) for an Amiga 1200 that's no longer 
>alive, and the CPU itself has the big 50
>stamped on it.
The DayStar 50 MHz PowerCache for the IIci had a GENUINE 50 MHz 68030 as 
well. I transplanted the processor into my IIfx and replaced the clock 
oscillator by a 100 MHz-one.


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