[rescue] Gigabit Ethernet (Copper) Switch Advice SOught

sammy ominsky s at avoidant.org
Thu Aug 21 23:03:31 CDT 2003

On Wednesday, August 20, 2003, at 11:39 PM, Andrew Weiss wrote:

> Sambo likes it just fine on his Wallstreet which is in the 233-292 Mhz 
> range.

I do indeed love my Wallstreet. It's a 292, which means it's quite a 
lot faster than the 300, since it has an 83MHz system bus instead of 
the 66MHz in all the others. I've also got 512M of RAM, which helps a 
lot with OS X. The most limiting factor on this machine (on which I'm 
typing right now) is the lack of sufficient VRAM. I'm stuck with only 
4M, though I've seriously considered piggybacking a couple of larger 
chips onto the existing ones. Hell, I could probably add 32M that way 
if I found the right chips. Just leave off the select lead... Err, I'm 
scaring myself.

I WOULD, without hesitation, trade my Wallstreet for a later G3 or G4 
in a heartbeat. But as things stand, I don;t have the $$ to do so.


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