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overclocking 366 ibook FW


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I recently picked up a 366mhz clamshell with firewire off of ebay for pretty cheap. it's in great condition for being as old as it is. I popped in a 512MB SODIMM, and was pretty happy with the results. I want MORE . i found several guides to overclocking the rev A ibooks (300mhz), so i popped open the case (not as hard as some make it out to be), and got down the to logic board and much to my dismay the board is different than the ones shown in the overclocking guides. its a ppc750cx processor. anyone know if i could oc this computer and how? i'd really appreciate it.
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