At 00:44 -0700 on 29/12/02, J Sand wrote:

>> >Also by swapping this chip into my 610 from a 577, did I increase the CPU
>> >speed from "20" to "33" or is there something on the MB I need to change
>> >also to take advantage of the faster chip?
>>In order to make a part run faster, you have to modify the board.  Simply
>>plugging in a CPU that can run at 33 MHz doesn't make it do so
>What kind of MB modification do I have to do

Depends on the board.  If you're interested in overclocking older Macs, there's
a link in the FAQ that has directions for just about anything that can be

>, or should I just put the old
>"20" chip back in and save the "33" for the 577?

Whichever you're more likely to use more often is the one I'd concentrate on

the pickle

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