Macintosh SE

Mac Support

I’d really like to install a Raspberty Pi in this.

Or run the monitor with the Pi.

Mac Roms for emulation.

Many of these models may not come with a hard drive, and for those floppy-only Macs I recommend System 6.0.8, because it is the latest system designed to be realistically useable in a floppy-only environment.

For these Macs with a hard drive, I recommend System 7.0.1 for general use. For these computers it has much lower RAM and disk requirements than 7.1 or 7.5, and it supports most programs that require System 7. Your little Mac will be happier with the slim 7.0.1.

Dowload OS.

Macintosh SE. 1Mbyte RAM, 800k Drive, 20SC Hard Disk.

Model No. M5011; © 1986 Apple Computer Inc.

Monitor/screen dimensions: 7 3/8 x 5 7/8 or 7.5 x 6 for simplicity.

Getting boot disks for this is not so easy without another Apple with a floppy drive. The boot images are easy enough to find, as are 800k disks (that’s 720k disks for PCs), but you need an Apple floppy drive to write 800k on those 720k disks; the floppy drives for PCs – and all the USB floppy drives – can’t write at “variable speed” like the Apple drives do. So you need an old Apple – but not too old – to write the disks.

“You would use Disk Copy 4.2 or 6.3.3 in order to make sector-copied floppies from disk images (the Make A Copy button in version 4.2, or the Make a Floppy command under the Utilities menu in 6.3.3).”

So I need an old Apple, Disk Copy, and the image files. I have two out of three.

Raspberry Pi Drives Macintosh CRT

This is probably beyond my ability, but this guy wired a Pi’s composite video output to a Mac CRT. From MincePi:

A word of warning – that project won’t work unless you use the same Raspbian version as used in the project. The kernel API has changed so much since then that the kernel modules won’t compile any more. The Pi foundation keeps old versions of Raspbian available on their site, so this shouldn’t be a problem. This project also assumes a Pi model B, and the PCM port pins have changed starting on the B+. You might not have to change the kernel module, but might be able to use the gpio utility to remap pin functions.

I’ve not updated the project since it would be better to use the DPI interface on the Pi instead of the combination of PCM and PWM. That would give you a normal framebuffer, and let you see the bootup messages etc. The problem with this is the timing of the Mac display is a little wonky – I don’t know if it’s possible without a bit of delay circuitry. And I don’t have time right now to do this.

If I remember correctly, the GUI should run. You have to point it to the second framebuffer though. There should be instructions to do this on the Web. It’s the same thing you have to do to use a PiTFT display.

The emulator I was going to run needed to have a bit of code changed. It assumes a 640×480 display, and this setup uses the native Mac resolution of (something like) 512×348. I never got around to doing that.

That’s all I can remember off the top of my head. If you have any problems, contact me and I’ll dig in and see if I remember what I did! I still have the original setup, so I should be able to test things.

Use ZIP Drive to Transfer Files

Instructions here.

Composite Video?

Cut CRT Tube with Diamond Grinder

Amazing reboot of an SE/30.

Mac Capacitor Service.


http://lowendmac.com/1987/mac-se/
http://lowendmac.com/lists/classicmacs.shtml
http://lowendmac.com/1998/low-end-macs-vintage-macs-group/

Generate Disks on PC
http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/how-to-generate-floppy-disks-for-old-macintosh-computers/8/

Disk Images
http://www.gla.ac.uk/~gwm1h/system7.5.5/

A color CRT won’t fit inside a Classic case. It is physically too long.
http://www.123macmini.com/news/story/782.html

IIcx
Quadra
IIvx
Centris
7X00
Power Mac
Power Macintosh 4400
Performa

The Shocking Truth About the Deadly CRT

Power-on your compact Mac. Crank up the brightness all the way. Yank the power cord. Wait two seconds. Now the CRT is discharged and you can pry off the suction cup with a screw driver.

It works because you have the juice flowing into the CRT maxed out (full brightness) and when you yank the power cord the CRT desperately is searching for more juice to keep itself alive. Because of that, it grabs all the available juice it can find in the electronics powering the CRT until they run completely dry. They run dry very quickly because the CRT is maxed out in brightness.

If you are dissatisfied with that layman’s terms explanation, think of it in terms of a load on a capacitor. There are certain types of capacitors called “memory capacitors” that keep clocks or memory alive (for several days or weeks, until the capacitor runs out of juice) when the main power is cut. These caps can keep the circuit alive for a long time because the circuit attached to those caps sips very little power in the first place. Now compare that example with the capacitors in the power supply of a Mac Pro computer. How long do you think those caps can keep the computer running after you yank the power cord on it (however big, fat and physically large they may appear to be to your eyes)? Milliseconds at best. That’s beause the computer requires so much more power thank those capacitors can supply. The computer drains all those PSU caps almost instantly when the main power is cut.

Simply put, the CRT when brightness is cranked up all the way draws more power than any residual power in the computer (after the power cord is yanked) can supply. Because the CRT uses up all that residual power in a few short milliseconds, there is nothing left in the video circuitry of the vintage compact Mac to shock you.

Video Adapter: 6-switch DB15 to VGA adapter

Iomega Zip Drive 100

I want to clear up some misinformation that I read before attempting to connect an old Zip 100 SCSI drive to a PowerPC 7100 external SCSI port. I read on the Intertubes that you must find the actual Iomega SCSI cable for the drive to work. I can tell you that that is fake news.

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I found a DB25 male-to-male Belkin parallel cable (printer cable) at a thrift store yesterday (2017-07-21), and today I plugged it in to the 7100 and it works perfectly.  The termination was set to 0 and the SCSI ID to 5 (I would guess the ID is for the second port if you wanted to continue to daisy chain more SCSI devices). I didn’t change those from whoever owned the drive before me. I have not tested it on the Macintosh SE, but if it works on the PowerPC, I would expect it to work on the SE in the same configuration.

Processor Model Clock speedMhz) FSB speed (MT/s) L1 cache (bytes) Introduced Discontinued
MC68000 Lisa[2] 5 5 Jan-83 Jan-84
MC68000 Lisa 2[2] 5 5 Jan-84 Jan-85
MC68000 Macintosh XL[4] 5 5 Jan-85 Apr-85
MC68000 Macintosh[3] 8 8 Jan-84 Oct-85
MC68000 Macintosh 512K 8 8 Sep-84 Apr-86
MC68000 Macintosh Plus[5] 8 8 Jan-86 Oct-90
MC68000 Macintosh 512Ke[6] 8 8 Apr-86 Sep-87
MC68000 Macintosh SE 8 8 Mar-87 Aug-89
MC68000 Macintosh SE FDHD 8 8 Aug-89 Oct-90
MC68000 Macintosh Classic 8 8 Oct-90 Sep-92
MC68000 Macintosh Portable 16 16 Sep-89 Oct-91
MC68HC000 PowerBook 100 16 16 Oct-91 Aug-92
MC68020 Macintosh II 16 16 256 32/16 68881 68851 (optional) Mar-87 Jan-90
MC68020 Macintosh LC 16 16 256 16/16 Oct-90 Mar-92
MC68030 Macintosh IIx 16 16 512 none 32/32 68882 Sep-88 Oct-90
MC68030 Macintosh SE/30 16 16 512 none 32/32 68882 Jan-89 Oct-90
MC68030 Macintosh IIcx 16 16 512 none 32/32 68882 Mar-89 Feb-91
MC68030 Macintosh Classic II 16 16 512 none 16/32 none Oct-91 Sep-93
MC68030 Performa 200 16 16 512
MC68030 PowerBook 140 16 16 512 none 32/32 none Oct-91 Aug-92
MC68030 Macintosh LC II 16 16 512 none 16/32 none Mar-92 Mar-93
MC68030 Performa 400 16 16 512 none 16/33 none Mar-92 Mar-93
MC68030 Performa 405 16 16 512 none 16/34 none Mar-92 Mar-93
MC68030 Performa 410 16 16 512 none 16/35 none Mar-92 Mar-93
MC68030 Performa 430 16 16 512 none 16/36 none Mar-92 Mar-93
MC68030 Macintosh IIvi 16 16 512 32 32/32 none Oct-92 Feb-93
MC68030 Macintosh Color Classic 16 16 512 none 16/32 68882 (optional) Feb-93 May-94
MC68030 Performa 250 16 16 512 none 16/33 68882 (optional) Feb-93 May-94
MC68030 Performa 275 16 16 512 none 16/34 68882 (optional) Feb-93 May-94
MC68030 Macintosh IIsi 20 20 512 none 32/32 68882 Oct-90 Mar-93
MC68LC040 Macintosh Centris 610 20 20 8 Feb-93 Oct-93
MC68030 Macintosh IIci 25 25 512 0–32 32/32 68882 Sep-89 Feb-93
MC68030 PowerBook 170 25 25 512 none 32/32 68882 Oct-91 Oct-92
MC68030 PowerBook 145 25 25 512 none 32/32 none Aug-92 Jun-93
MC68030 PowerBook 160 25 25 512 none 32/32 none Oct-92 Aug-93
MC68030 PowerBook Duo 210 25 25 512 none 32/32 none Oct-92 Oct-93
MC68030 Macintosh LC III 25 25 512 none 32/32 68882 Feb-93 Feb-94
MC68030 Performa 450 25 25 512 none 32/33 68883 Feb-93 Feb-94
MC68030 Macintosh LC 520 25 25 512 none 32/32 68882 Jun-93 Feb-94
MC68030 PowerBook 145B 25 25 512 none 32/32 none Jul-93 Jul-94
MC68040 Macintosh Quadra 700 25 25 8 Oct-91 Mar-93
MC68040 Macintosh Quadra 900 25 25 8 Oct-91 May-92
MC68040 Macintosh Centris 650 25 25 8 Feb-93 Oct-93
MC68040 Macintosh Quadra 660AV 25 25 8 Jul-93 Sep-94
MC68040 Macintosh Centris 660AV 25 25 8 Jul-93 Sep-94
MC68040 Macintosh Quadra 610 25 25 8 Oct-93 Jul-94
MC68LC040 Macintosh LC 475 25 25 8 Oct-93 Oct-94
MC68LC040 Macintosh Quadra 605 25 25 8 Oct-93 Oct-94
MC68LC040 Performa 475 25 25 8 Oct-93 Oct-94
MC68LC040 Performa 476 25 25 8 Oct-93 Oct-94
MC68LC040 PowerBook 520 25 25 8 May-94 Jun-95
MC68LC040 PowerBook 520c 25 25 8 May-94 Sep-95
MC68030 Performa 600/600CD 32 16 512 32 32/32 none Sep-92 Oct-93
MC68030 Macintosh IIvx 32 16 512 32 32/32 68882 Oct-92 Oct-93
MC68030 Macintosh TV 32 16 512 none 32/32 68882 Oct-93 Feb-94
MC68030 PowerBook 180 33 33 512 none 32/32 68882 Oct-92 May-94
MC68030 PowerBook Duo 230 33 33 512 none 32/32 none Oct-92 Jul-94
MC68030 PowerBook 165c 33 33 512 none 32/32 68882 Feb-93 Dec-93
MC68030 PowerBook 180c 33 33 512 none 32/32 68882 Jun-93 Mar-94
MC68030 PowerBook 165 33 33 512 none 32/32 none Aug-93 Jul-94
MC68030 Macintosh LC III+ 33 33 512 none 32/32 68882 Oct-93 Feb-94
MC68030 Performa 460 33 33 512 none 32/33 68883 Oct-93 Feb-94
MC68030 Performa 466 33 33 512 none 32/34 68884 Oct-93 Feb-94
MC68030 Performa 467 33 33 512 none 32/35 68885 Oct-93 Feb-94
MC68030 Macintosh Color Classic II 33 33 512 none 32/32 68882 (optional) Oct-93 May-94
MC68030 PowerBook Duo 250 33 33 512 none 32/32 none Oct-93 May-94
MC68030 PowerBook Duo 270c 33 33 512 none 32/32 68882 Oct-93 Apr-94
MC68030 Macintosh LC 550 33 33 512 none 32/32 68882 Feb-94 Mar-95
MC68030 Performa 550 33 33 512 none 32/33 68883 Feb-94 Mar-95
MC68030 Performa 560 33 33 512 none 32/34 68884 Feb-94 Mar-95
MC68030 PowerBook 150 33 33 512 none 32/32 none Jul-94 Oct-95
MC68040 Macintosh Quadra 950 33 33 8 May-92 Oct-95
MC68040 Macintosh Quadra 800 33 33 8 Feb-93 Mar-94
MC68040 Workgroup Server 80 33 33 8 Feb-93 Mar-94
MC68040 Workgroup Server 95[7] 33 33 8 Mar-93 Apr-95
MC68040 Macintosh Quadra 650 33 33 8 Oct-93 Sep-94
MC68040 Macintosh Quadra 630 33 33 8 Jul-94 Oct-95
MC68040 Macintosh LC 630 33 33 8 Jul-94 Oct-95
MC68040 Performa 630 33 33 8 Jul-94 Oct-95
MC68040 Performa 630CD 33 33 8 Jul-94 Oct-95
MC68040 Performa 631CD 33 33 8 Jul-94 Oct-95
MC68040 Performa 635CD 33 33 8 Jul-94 Oct-95
MC68040 Performa 636 33 33 8 Jul-94 Oct-95
MC68040 Performa 636CD 33 33 8 Jul-94 Oct-95
MC68040 Performa 637CD 33 33 8 Jul-94 Oct-95
MC68040 Performa 638CD 33 33 8 Jul-94 Oct-95
MC68040 Performa 640CD 33 33 8 Jul-94 Oct-95
MC68040 PowerBook 550c 33 33 8 May-95 Apr-96
MC68LC040 Macintosh LC 575 33 33 8 Feb-94 Apr-95
MC68LC040 Performa 575 33 33 8 Feb-94 Apr-95
MC68LC040 Performa 576 33 33 8 Feb-94 Apr-95
MC68LC040 Performa 577 33 33 8 Feb-94 Apr-95
MC68LC040 Performa 578 33 33 8 Feb-94 Apr-95
MC68LC040 PowerBook Duo 280 33 33 8 Apr-94 Nov-94
MC68LC040 PowerBook Duo 280c 33 33 8 Apr-94 Jan-96
MC68LC040 PowerBook 540 33 33 8 May-94 Oct-94
MC68LC040 PowerBook 540c 33 33 8 May-94 Aug-95
MC68LC040 Macintosh LC 580 33 33 8 Apr-95 Apr-96
MC68LC040 Performa 580CD 33 33 8 Apr-95 Apr-96
MC68LC040 Performa 588CD 33 33 8 Apr-95 Apr-96
MC68LC040 PowerBook 190 33 33 8 Aug-95 Jun-96
MC68LC040 PowerBook 190cs 33 33 8 Aug-95 Oct-96
MC68030 Macintosh IIfx 40 40 512 32 32/32 68882 Mar-90 Apr-92
MC68040 Macintosh Quadra 840AV 40 40 8 Jul-93 Jul-94
PowerPC 603 Power Macintosh 5200 LC 75 37.5 8-Aug 256 Apr-95 Apr-96
PowerPC 603 Performa 5200CD 75 37.5 9-Aug 257 Apr-95 Apr-96
PowerPC 603 Performa 5210CD 75 37.5 10-Aug 258 Apr-95 Apr-96
PowerPC 603 Performa 5215CD 75 37.5 11-Aug 259 Apr-95 Apr-96
PowerPC 603 Performa 5220CD 75 37.5 12-Aug 260 Apr-95 Apr-96
PowerPC 603e PowerBook Duo 2300c 100 33.3 16/16 none Aug-95 Feb-97
PowerPC 603e Performa 6260CD 100 40 16/16 256 May-96 Jul-97
PowerPC 603e Performa 6290CD 100 40 16/17 257 May-96 Jul-97
PowerPC 603e Performa 6300CD 100 40 16/18 258 May-96 Jul-97
PowerPC 603e Performa 6310CD 100 40 16/19 259 May-96 Jul-97
PowerPC 601v Power Macintosh 7500 100 50 16/16 none May-95 May-96
PowerPC 601v Workgroup Server 7250 120 40 16/16 none Feb-96 Apr-97
PowerPC 603e Power Macintosh 6300/120 120 40 16/16 256 May-96 Jul-97
PowerPC 603e Performa 6320 120 40 16/17 257 May-96 Jul-97
PowerPC 604 Network Server 500[9] 132 44 512 1 Feb-96 Apr-97
PowerPC 604 Workgroup Server 8550 132 44 512 1 Feb-96 Sep-96
PowerPC 603ev Performa 6360[8] 160 40 16/16 none Oct-96 Oct-97
PowerPC 603ev PowerBook 1400c/cs 166 33.3 16/16 128 Nov-96 May-98
PowerPC 604e Power Macintosh 8500 180 45 256 1 Aug-96 Feb-97
PowerPC 604e Workgroup Server 7350 180 45 256 1 Apr-97 Mar-98
PowerPC 604e Power Macintosh 7600 200 50 256 1 Aug-96 Nov-97
PowerPC 604e Workgroup Server 8550 200 50 512 1 Sep-96 Apr-97
PowerPC 604e Power Macintosh 8600 200 50 512 1 Feb-97 Aug-97
PowerPC 604e Workgroup Server 9650 233 50 512 1 Apr-97 Aug-97
PowerPC 603ev 20th Anniversary Macintosh 250 50 16/16 128 May-97 Mar-98
PowerPC 604ev Workgroup Server 9650 350 50 1024 1 Aug-97 Mar-98
PowerPC 750CX iMac 600 100 256 Sep-00 May-01
PowerPC 755 iBook 600 100 256 Oct-01 May-02
PowerPC 7447 eMac 1250 167 512 none 1 Apr-04 May-05
PowerPC 7447a eMac 1420 167 512 none 1 May-05 Jul-06
PowerPC 970 Power Mac G5 1.6–2.0 800–1000 512 1–2 1 Jun-03 Jun-04
PowerPC 970FX iMac G5 1.6–2.1 533–700 512 1 1 Aug-04 Jan-06
PowerPC 970FX Power Mac G5 1.8–2.7 900–1350 512 1–2 1 Jun-04 Nov-05
PowerPC 7455 Macintosh Server G4 1000–1250 133–167 256 1–2 1–2 Aug-02 Jan-03
PowerPC 7455 Xserve 1000–1333 133 256 2 1–2 May-02 Jan-04
PowerPC 7447 PowerBook G4 1000–1333 133–167 512 none 1 Sep-03 Apr-04
PowerPC 7447a iBook G4 1000–1420 133–142 512 none 1 Apr-04 May-06
PowerPC 603e PowerBook 5300c/ce/cs 100–117 33.3 16/16 none Aug-95 Aug-96
PowerPC 601 Power Macintosh 8200 100–120 40 16/16 256 Apr-96 Jul-96
PowerPC 603e Power Macintosh 5300 LC 100–120 40 16/16 256 Aug-95 Apr-96
PowerPC 603e Power Macintosh 5260 LC 100–120 40 16/16 256 Apr-96 Mar-97
PowerPC 603e Performa 5300CD (DE) 100–121 41 16/17 257 Aug-95 Apr-96
PowerPC 603e Performa 5260CD 100–121 41 16/17 257 Apr-96 Mar-97
PowerPC 603e Performa 5320CD 100–122 42 16/18 258 Aug-95 Apr-96
PowerPC 603e Performa 5270CD 100–122 42 16/18 258 Apr-96 Mar-97
PowerPC 603e Performa 5280CD 100–123 43 16/19 259 Apr-96 Mar-97
PowerPC 603e PowerBook 1400c/cs 117–133 33.3 16/16 none Nov-96 May-98
PowerPC 604 Power Macintosh 7600 120–132 40–44 256 1 Apr-96 Aug-96
PowerPC 604 Power Macintosh 8500 120–150 40–50 256 1 May-95 Aug-96
PowerPC 604 Power Macintosh 9500 120–150 40–50 512 1 May-95 Aug-96
PowerPC 603ev Power Macintosh 5400 LC 120–200 40 16/16 256 Apr-96 early 1998
PowerPC 603ev Performa 5400CD 120–201 41 16/17 257 May-96 early 1999
PowerPC 603ev Performa 5410CD 120–202 42 16/18 258 Jun-96 early 2000
PowerPC 603ev Performa 5420CD 120–203 43 16/19 259 Jul-96 early 2001
PowerPC 603ev Performa 5430CD 120–204 44 16/20 260 Aug-96 early 2002
PowerPC 603ev Performa 5440CD 120–205 45 16/21 261 Sep-96 early 2003
PowerPC 7447a Mac mini 1250–1500 167 512 none 1 Jan-05 Feb-06
PowerPC 7447a PowerBook G4 1333–1667 167 512 none 1 Apr-04 Apr-06
PowerPC 603e Power Macintosh 4400 150–200 40 16/16 256 Nov-96 Feb-98
PowerPC 604e Network Server 700[9] 150–200 50 1024 1 Sep-96 Apr-97
PowerPC 603e Performa 4400 150–201 41 16/17 257 Nov-96 Feb-98
PowerPC 604e Power Macintosh 7300 166–200 45–50 256 1 Feb-97 Nov-97
PowerPC 603ev Power Macintosh 6400 180–200 40 16/16 256 Aug-96 Aug-97
PowerPC 604e Power Macintosh 9500 180–200 45–50 512 1–2 Aug-96 Feb-97
PowerPC 603ev Performa 6400 180–201 41 16/17 257 Aug-96 Aug-97
PowerPC 603ev PowerBook 3400 180–240 40 16/16 256 Feb-97 Nov-97
PowerPC 603ev PowerBook 2400 180–240 40 16/16 256 May-97 May-98
PowerPC 970 Xserve G5 2.0–2.3 1000–1150 512 1–2 1 Jan-04 Aug-05
PowerPC 970MP Power Mac G5 2.0–2.5 1000–1250 2×1024 1–2 2 Nov-05 Aug-06
PowerPC 604e Power Macintosh 9600 200–233 50 512 1–2 Feb-97 Aug-97
MC68040 Workgroup Server 60 20–25 20–25 8 Jul-93 Oct-94
PowerPC 603ev Power Macintosh 5500 225–275 50 16/16 256 Feb-97 early 1998
PowerPC 603ev Power Macintosh 6500 225–300 50 16/16 256 Feb-97 Mar-98
PowerPC 750 Power Macintosh G3 (Beige) 233–333 66 512-1024 Nov-97 Jan-99
PowerPC 750 Macintosh Server G3 (Beige) 233–333 66 1024 Mar-98 Dec-98
PowerPC 750 PowerBook G3 233–500 50–100 512–1024 Nov-97 Jan-01
PowerPC 750 iMac 233–500 66–100 512 Aug-98 Jul-01
PowerPC 604ev Power Macintosh 8600 250–300 50 1024 1 Aug-97 Feb-98
PowerPC 604ev Power Macintosh 9600 300–350 50 1024 1 Aug-97 Mar-98
PowerPC 750 iBook 300–366 66 512 Sep-99 Sep-00
PowerPC 750 Power Macintosh G3 (Blue & White) 300–450 100 1024 Jan-99 Sep-99
PowerPC 750 Macintosh Server G3 (Blue & White) 350–450 100 1024 Jan-99 Aug-99
PowerPC 7400 Power Mac G4 350–500 100 512–1024 none 1–2 Sep-99 Jan-01
PowerPC 7400 Macintosh Server G4 350–500 100 512–1024 none 1–2 Jan-00 Jan-01
PowerPC 750CXe iBook 366–500 66–100 256–512 Sep-00 May-02
PowerPC 7410 PowerBook G4 400–500 100 1024 none 1 Jan-01 Oct-01
PowerPC 7400 Power Mac G4 Cube 450–500 100 512–1024 none 1 Aug-00 Apr-01
PowerPC 7410 Power Mac G4 Cube[10] 450–500 100 1024 none 1 Apr-01 Jul-01
PowerPC 7410 Power Mac G4 466–533 133 1024 none 1–2 Jan-01 Jul-01
PowerPC 7410 Macintosh Server G4 466–533 133 1024 none 1–2 Jan-01 Jul-01
PowerPC 750CXe iMac 500–700 100 256 Jul-01 Mar-03
PowerPC 7450 PowerBook G4 550–667 100–133 256 none 1 Oct-01 Jul-02
PowerPC 750FX iBook 600–900 100 512 May-02 Oct-03
PowerPC 601 Power Macintosh 6100 60–66 30.0–33.3 16/16 none Mar-94
PowerPC 601 Workgroup Server 6150 60–66 30.0–33.3 16/16 none Apr-94 Apr-96
PowerPC 601 Performa 6110CD 60–67 30.0–33.4 16/17 none Apr-94
PowerPC 601 Performa 6112CD 60–68 30.0–33.5 16/18 none May-94
PowerPC 601 Performa 6115CD 60–69 30.0–33.6 16/19 none Jun-94
PowerPC 601 Performa 6116CD 60–70 30.0–33.7 16/20 none Jul-94
PowerPC 601 Performa 6117CD 60–71 30.0–33.8 16/21 none Aug-94
PowerPC 601 Performa 6118CD 60–72 30.0–33.9 16/22 none Sep-94
PowerPC 7455 PowerBook G4 667–1000 133–167 256 0–1 1 Apr-02 Sep-03
PowerPC 7450 Power Mac G4 667–867 133 256–1024 0–2 1–2 Jan-01 Jan-02
PowerPC 601 Power Macintosh 7100 66–80 33.3–40.0 16/16 none Mar-94 Jan-96
PowerPC 7450 iMac G4 700–800 100 256 none 1 Jan-02 Jan-03
PowerPC 7450 eMac 700–800 100 256 none 1 Apr-02 May-03
PowerPC 7450 Macintosh Server G4 733–1000 133 256 0–2 1–2 Sep-01 Aug-02
PowerPC 601 Power Macintosh 7200 75–120 37.5–40.0 16/16 none May-95 Feb-97
PowerPC 603 Power Macintosh 6200 75–120 37.5–40.0 8-Aug 256 May-95 Jul-97
PowerPC 603 Performa 6200CD 75–121 37.5–40.1 9-Aug 257 May-95 Jul-97
PowerPC 603 Performa 6205CD 75–122 37.5–40.2 10-Aug 258 May-95 Jul-97
PowerPC 603 Performa 6210CD 75–123 37.5–40.3 11-Aug 259 May-95 Jul-97
PowerPC 603 Performa 6214CD 75–124 37.5–40.4 12-Aug 260 May-95 Jul-97
PowerPC 603 Performa 6216CD 75–125 37.5–40.5 13-Aug 261 May-95 Jul-97
PowerPC 603 Performa 6218CD 75–126 37.5–40.6 14-Aug 262 May-95 Jul-97
PowerPC 603 Performa 6220CD 75–127 37.5–40.7 15-Aug 263 May-95 Jul-97
PowerPC 603 Performa 6230CD 75–128 37.5–40.8 16-Aug 264 May-95 Jul-97
PowerPC 7455 eMac 800–1000 133 256 none 1 May-03 Apr-04
PowerPC 7455 iBook G4 800–1000 133 256 none 1 Oct-03 Apr-04
PowerPC 7455 iMac G4 800–1250 100–167 256 none 1 Feb-03 Jul-04
PowerPC 7455 Power Mac G4 800–1420 133–167 256 1–4 1–2 Jan-02 Jun-04
PowerPC 601 Power Macintosh 8100 80–110 33.3–40.0 16/16 256 Mar-94 Jul-95
PowerPC 601 Workgroup Server 8150 80–110 36.7–40.0 16/16 256 Apr-94 Apr-96
PowerPC 601 Workgroup Server 9150 80–120 40 16/16 512–1024 Apr-94 May-96
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