Came back to edit, your experiment with clock switch reminded me of "Turbo Switch" on 386/486 boards. Those were long leads, but do not remember if they carried a clock, or provided some switch via an IC, like ACIA on Falcon with Nemesis and Power-Up.
Yes, the package size seemed to be hard to locate, admittedly not tried. I do have the DIP, AIRC the PCB location of the IC is tight.
Some years passed since last booting thee Milan.
Have several ATI PCI cards to use, JoEven provided driver.
Discover why SCSI does not work. Even with slow bus, and Michaels SCSI soft, media and scanners have big problems. It "resembles" improper termination looking at boot info. Attached hardware is correct.
Fuze keyboard and mouse vcc
Test super SCSI floppy with Milan. On Falcon, HD drivers sees and configures device, read/write fails.
Have anyone tested "dos emulation" such as PC Ditto with Milan? Still have love for CADKEY DOS version.