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35 Macintosh Hardware Models: p1




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This article is from the Macintosh hardware FAQ, by Elliotte Rusty Harold elharo@shock.njit.edu with numerous contributions by others.

35 Macintosh Hardware Models: p1

Mac IIcx
Processor: M68030 16 MHz, M68882 16MHz FPU
System: 6.0.3-7.5.1
RAM: 1-128 MB, 120 ns, 8 30 pin SIMM slots
ROM: 256K
Ports: 2 serial, SCSI, floppy, 2 ADB, stereo out
Floppy: SuperDrive
Bays: 1 3.5" half-height
Slots: 3 Nubus
Video: None
Network: Localtalk
Audio: Stereo speaker
Dimension: 5.5 x 11.9 x 14.4 in, 14.0 x 30.2 x 36.5 cm
Weight: 13.7 lb., 6.2 kg
Sold: 3/89 till 10/90
Features:

Mac IIci
Processor: M68030 25 MHz, M68882 25MHz FPU
System: 6.0.4-7.5.1
RAM: 1-128 MB, 80 ns, 8 30 pin SIMM slots
ROM: 512K
Ports: 2 serial, SCSI, floppy, 2 ADB, stereo out
Floppy: SuperDrive
Bays: 1 3.5" half-height
Slots: 3 Nubus
Video: resolutions up to 640 by 870 pixels with 256 colors
Audio: 8-bit, 22 kHz stereo speaker
Network: LocalTalk
Sold: 9/89 till 2/93
Dimension: 5.5 x 11.9 x 14.4 in, 14.0 x 30.2 x 36.5 cm
Weight: 13.7 lb., 6.2 kg
Features: Slot for cache card that can speed up performance as much as
50%. After October, 1991 this card was bundled with IIci's.

Mac IIsi
Processor: M68030 20 MHz
System: 6.0.6-7.5.1
RAM: 2-65 MB, 80 ns, 4 30 pin SIMM slots
ROM: 512K
Ports: 2 serial, SCSI, floppy, ADB, stereo out
Floppy: SuperDrive
Bays: 1 3.5" half-height
Slots: 1 Nubus and/or PDS
Video: supports resolutions of up to 640 by 870 pixels with 256 colors
Audio: Mono microphone, Stereo speaker
Network: LocalTalk
Sold: 10/90 till 2/93
Features: Since this model was designed to be run at 25 MHz it can
safely be "clock-chipped" to that higher speed. (See
question 4.2) Substantial speed boosts are also possible by
increasing the cache size. See question 1.3 in the system FAQ.

Mac IIfx
Processor: M68030 40 MHz, M68882 FPU 40 MHz
System: 6.0.5-7.5.1
RAM: 4-128 MB, 80 ns, 8 64 pin SIMM slots
ROM: 512K
Ports: 2 serial, SCSI, floppy, 2 ADB, stereo out
Floppy: SuperDrive
Bays: 1 5.25" half-height
Slots: 6 Nubus
Video: None
Audio: Stereo speaker
Network: LocalTalk
Sold: 3/90 till 10/91
Features: 32K static RAM cache plus lots of other special, expensive
orphaned hardware designed to improve speed which software
never took advantage of.

Mac IIvi
Processor: M68030 16 MHz
System: 7.1-7.5.1, System Enabler 001 1.0.1
RAM: 4-68 MB, 80 ns, 4 30 pin SIMM slots
ROM: 1 MB
Ports: 2 serial, SCSI, 2 ADB, stereo out
Floppy: SuperDrive
Bays: 1 3.5" half-height
Slots: 3 Nubus
Video: 512K-1MB VRAM
Audio: Mono microphone, mono speaker
Network: LocalTalk
Sold: 10/92 till 10/93
Features: Not sold in the U.S.

Mac IIvx
Processor: M68030 32 MHz, M68882 FPU 32 MHz
System: 7.1-7.5.1, System Enabler 001 1.0.1
RAM: 4-68 MB, 80 ns, 4 30 pin SIMM slots
ROM: 1 MB
Ports: 2 serial, SCSI, 2 ADB, mono in, stereo out
Floppy: SuperDrive
Bays: 1 3.5" half-height
Slots: 3 Nubus
Video: 512K-1MB VRAM
Audio: Mono microphone, mono speaker
Network: LocalTalk
Sold: 10/92 till 10/93
Features: 32k data cache, 32 bit data bus. Since the system runs
at half the speed of the CPU, this is only about as fast
as the 25 MHz IIci.

Performa 600
Processor: M68030 32 MHz
System: 7.1-7.5.1, System Enabler 001 1.0.1
RAM: 4-68 MB, 80 ns, 4 30 pin SIMM slots
ROM: 1 MB
Ports: 2 serial, SCSI, 2 ADB, mono in, stereo out
Floppy: SuperDrive
Bays: 1 3.5" half-height
Slots: 3 Nubus
Video: 512-1MB VRAM
Audio: Mono microphone, mono speaker
Network: LocalTalk
Sold: 10/92 till 10/93
Features: Since the system runs at half the speed of the CPU, this
is only about as fast as the 20 MHz IIsi. Identical to the IIvx
except for the lack of the 32k data cache and FPU. An FPU can be
added. A cache cannot be.

Mac Classic
Processor: M68000 8 MHz
System: 6.0.6-7.5.1
RAM: 1-4 MB, 120 ns, 4 30 pin SIMM slots
ROM: 512K
Ports: 2 serial, SCSI, ADB
Floppy: SuperDrive
Bays: 1 3.5" half-height
Slots: None
Video: built-in black and white 9" monitor, 512 by 384 resolution
Audio: Mono speaker
Network: LocalTalk
Sold: 10/90 till 12/91
Features: Can be booted from the ROM.

Mac Classic II (Performa 200)
System: 6.0.8L-7.5.1
Processor: M68030 16 MHz
RAM: 4-10 MB, 120 ns, 4 30 pin SIMM slots
ROM: 512K
Ports: 2 serial, SCSI, floppy, ADB, mono out, mono in
Floppy: SuperDrive
Bays: 1 3.5" half-height
Slots: None
Video: built-in black and white 9" monitor, 512 by 384 resolution
Audio: 8-bit, 11 or 22 kHz, mono speaker, mono microphone
Network: LocalTalk
Size: 13.2 x 9.7 x 11.2 in, 17.1 lbs (33.6 x 24.6 x 28.5 cm, 7.8 kg)
Sold: 10/91 till Present
Features: 16-bit databus

Color Classic
Processor: M68030 16 MHz
System: 7.1-7.5.1, System Enabler 401 1.0.5
RAM: 4-10 MB, 120 ns, 2 30 pin SIMM slots
ROM: 1 MB
Ports: 2 serial, SCSI, 2 ADB, mono out, mono in
Floppy: SuperDrive
Bays: 1 3.5" half-height
Slots: 1 LC PDS
Video built-in 10" Trinitron monitor, 512 by 384 resolution,
256 colors (expandable to 32000 colors), 76 dpi
Audio: 8-bit, 22 kHz, mono speaker, mono microphone
Network: LocalTalk
Sold: 2/93 till Present
Features: Screen Power Saver, 16-bit databus

Color Classic II
Processor: M68030 33 MHz
System: 7.1-7.5.1, System Enabler ???
RAM: 4-10 MB, 80 ns, 4 30 pin SIMM slots
ROM: 1 MB
Ports: 2 serial, SCSI, 2 ADB, mono out, mono in
Floppy: SuperDrive
Bays: 1 3.5" half-height
Slots: 1 LC PDS
Video: built-in 10" Trinitron monitor, 256 colors expandable to
32768, 76 dpi
Audio: 8-bit, 22 kHz, mono speaker, mono microphone
Network: LocalTalk
Sold: 10/93 till Present
Features: Sold only in the Far East.

 

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