Apple Power Macintosh 6100/60

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The Apple Power Macintosh 6100/66 (PC), based on the PDM (Piltdown Man) architecture, features a 66 MHz PowerPC 601 processor, 8 MB or 16 MB of RAM, and a 160 MB or 250 MB hard drive in a compact, desktop case. The Power Macintosh 6100/60 PC-Compatible ships with a 66 MHz 486DX2 processor card that can have a maximum of 32 MB of RAM dedicated to the DOS/Windows operating system. The consumer version of this model is the Performa 6110 series and the workgroup version is the WGS 6150/60.

Introduction Date:  March 14, 1994  Discontinued Date:  January 3, 1995 
Processor Type:  PowerPC 601  Processor Speed:  60 MHz 
Processor Upgrade:  N/A 1.  FPU (Integrated):  PowerPC 601 
System Bus Speed:  30 MHz  Lookaside Bus Speed:  30 MHz 
ROM Size:  4 MB  Data Path:  64-bit 
Level 1 Cache:  32k  Level 2 Cache:  256k (optional) 
RAM Type:  80 ns 72-pin SIMM  VRAM Type:  Dedicated DRAM 2. 
Standard RAM:  8 MB, 16 MB  Maximum RAM:  72 MB 
Motherboard RAM:  8 MB  RAM Slots:  2 (pair) 3. 
Standard VRAM:  640k 2.  Maximum VRAM:  640k 2. 
Standard Hard Drive:  160 MB, 250 MB  Int. Hard Drive Type:  SCSI 

Manufacturer: Apple
Date: 3rd January 1995



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