Apple PowerMac G3
The PowerMac G3 was the second new release of a new system after Steve Jobs joined Apple again in 1997. The Blue and White G3 had speeds from 300MHz up to 450MHz. These G3 chips could easily be overclocked 50MHz over the speeds it came with when the PC shipped with just a few jumper switches. At the time, the ram would max out at 1GB, and that was unknown at the time as 64MB was fast in 1999. It even could have hard drives totaling 100GB! That was also a record when typical PCs from 1999-2000 had 15GB HDDs. I have a G3 myself, it was a 400MHz, and I easily overclocked it to 450MHz and it runs fine, all I had to do was remove a jumper from a block labeled "SpeedCtrl." It was that easy. My G3 I picked up for $20. It was missing Ram, a hard drive, and a graphics card. That G3 runs as a server for me, it works great! Just a little loud with the two fans inside the thing.