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Apple M3046 M3457 Power Macintosh 5260 LC 120Mhz all-in-one computer, used

Apple M3046 M3457 Power Macintosh 5260 LC 120Mhz all-in-one computer, used

Top Micro ID# MAC5400-200~~~10192
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Codename: Excalibur, Chimera

CPU: PowerPC 603ev

CPU Speed: 75/100/120/160/180/200 MHz

FPU: integrated

Bus Speed: 40 MHz

Data Path: 64 bit


RAM Type: 168 pin DIMM

Minimum RAM Speed: 70 ns

Onboard RAM: 8 MB

RAM Slots: 2

Maximum RAM: 136 MB

Level 1 Cache: 16 kB data, 16 kB instruction

Level 2 Cache: 256 kB DIMM

Monitor: 15" CRT (built-in)


Maximum Resolution: 832x624

Slots: 7" PCI, comm, video i/o, TV

Floppy Drive: 1.4 MB SuperDrive

Optical Drive: 4x CD-ROM

Hard Disk: 1.6 GB


Ethernet: 10Base-T

ADB: 1

Serial: 2


Audio Out: stereo 16 bit mini

Audio In: stereo 16 bit mini

Speaker(s): stereo

Microphone: mono

Gestalt ID: 74

Power: 220 Watts

Weight: 47 lbs.

Dimensions: 17.5" H x 15.1" W x 16" D

Minimum OS: 7.5.3

Maximum OS: 9.1

Introduced: April 1996

Terminated: Early 1998

Notes: The L2 cache was optional on the 120 and 180 Mhz models. The 160 Mhz and higher configurations shipped with an 8x CD-ROM. The minimum system software for the 180 and 200 Mhz models was 7.5.5.

Introduced in April 1996, the PowerMac 5400 LC looked the same as the 5200 on the outside, but inside was radically different. Running on a 120 Mhz 603e processor (a high speed variant of the 603), and initially released only to educational markets, the 5400 was the first LC to use 168-pin DIMM sockets for memory expansion. It was also the first LC to include an industry-standard PCI slot, (although it also included the familiar LC comm, video i/o, and TV slots) and the first Macintosh computer to include enhanced SRS surround sound support. The 5400 was "speed bumped" to 180/200 Mhz in February 1997, and discontinued in early 1998. It was also released in the consumer market as the Performas 5400CD, 5410CD, 5420CD, 5430CD and 5440CD, each with different hardware and software bundles. There was also a Performa 5420, which came in a black case similar to the failed Mac TV and was never released in the US.

Keyboard and mouse not included.

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