Original Mac OS: 7.5.3 Supported Mac OS: 7.5.3-9.1 Introduction Date: August 7, 1996 Discontinued Date: July 12, 1996 Processor Speed: 180 MHz Processor Type: PowerPC 603e Processor Upgrade: Third-Party* FPU: Integrated System Bus Speed: 40 MHz Cache Bus Speed: N/A ROM Type: Macintosh ROM ROM Size: 4 MB L1 Cache: 32k L2 Cache: 256k (Optional) RAM Type: 168-pin DIMM Min. RAM Speed: 70 ns Standard RAM: 16 MB Maximum RAM: 136 MB Motherboard RAM: 8 MB RAM Slots: 2 Video Card: Integrated* VRAM Type: Integrated* Standard VRAM: 1 MB Maximum VRAM: 1 MB Display Support: Single Display* Resolution Support: 800x600* 2nd Display Support: Single Display* 2nd Max. Resolution: Variable* Standard Hard Drive: 1.6 GB Int. HD Interface: IDE Standard Optical: 8X CD-ROM Standard Disk: 1.44 MB (Manual) Standard Modem: 28.8k (Internal)
Standard Ethernet: None* Expansion Slots: 2 PCI, Comm, Video In, TV* Expansion Bays: None Case Type: Tower Form Factor: Macintosh Performa 6400 Apple Order No: M5167LL/A Apple Subfamily: Performa 6400 Series Apple Model No: M3548 Gestalt ID: 58 Battery Type: 4.5V Alkaline Battery Life: N/A Dimensions: 16.0 x 7.8 x 16.9 Avg. Weight: 44.5 lbs (20.2 kg) Original Price (US): US$2400 Est. Current Retail: N/A Video (Monitor): 1 (DB-15) Floppy (Ext.): None ADB: 1 SCSI: 1 (DB-25) Serial (Standard): None Serial (Geoport): 2* Modem: 1 (RJ-11) Ethernet: None* S-Video Input: None S-Video Output: None Microphone: 1 (PlainTalk) Sound In: 1 (Rear-Mounted) Sound Out: 1 (16-Bit Stereo) Headphone: 1 (Front-Mounted) Security (Lock): 1 Joystick (PC): None Power: 1 Power Adapter: N/A
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