Subject: Re: Advice wanted from Sun users please (fwd)
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Matthew W Hacker <email@example.com>
Date: 03/25/1996 00:45:10
> From: Davyd Norris <Davyd.Norris@fcollins.com.au>
> Date: Wed, 20 Mar 1996 11:52:38 +-1000
> 1. Hardware. I have heard that these things run about as fast as a fast
> 486 - true?
> Uh, I don't think so -- more like a 386. As I recall, the 3/60 is about half
> the speed of a Sparcstation 1, which in turn is roughly equivalent to a
> -- Scott
Sun3/60 are indeed slow. But they work nicely as X display servers.
And they handling clock chipping quite nicely! :-)
I just up graded mine from 20 MHz to 25 Mhz. Now I need to find
a 30 MHz clock and try that...
:) Sorry, but I just had to share. Clock chipping out machines
is pretty neat.
If anyone is interestested in the procedure email me and I'll write something
up. I believe someone has sone a web site on it as well. You do have to
know how to use a soldering iron pretty well is all.