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System requirements for Mac OS-based systems are: 68020, 68030, 68040 or PowerPC processor; at least 8MB of RAM recommended for 68020, 68030 or 68040 processor-based systems.
1 or higher, 68030 at 25 megahertz or faster, or 68040 processor, 13-inch monitor with 256 colors or better.
1, a 68030 processor at 25 MHz, 8 megabytes of RAM, a 256-color display, and a double-speed CD-ROM drive.
has discontinued production of Macs built around the old 68030 processor, so don't rely on an outdated SE/30.
Apple's Macintosh Color Classic Configuration: 16 megahertz (MHz) 68030 processor; 4 megabytes (MB) of random access memory (RAM); 80 MB hard disk; built-in monitor.
Processor boards hold four Motorola 68030 user-processors, each with a floating point accelerator, 4 Mb of program memory, and a special-purpose processor that ensures all user processors have a common view of and simultaneous access to the PIM data memory.
System requirements for Mac(R) OS-based systems are: 68020, 68030, 68040 or PowerPC processor; at least 8MB of RAM recommended for 68020, 68030 or 68040 processor-based systems and at least 16MB of RAM recommended for PowerPC processor-based systems; and MAC OS 7.
Macintosh system requirements: Any Apple Power Macintosh or Macintosh with a 25MHz 68030 processor or faster, 8MB of RAM, color monitor with 256 colors, double-speed CD-ROM drive, QuickTime 1.
The more popular models, the 145B and 180, are fast, lightweight systems with a 68030 microprocessor, 4MB of RAM (expandable to 14 MB), an 80MB or 120MB internal hard-disk drive and a center-placed trackball for both right- and left-handed users.
Macintosh computers with a 68020, 68030, 68040 or 68LC040 processor and 8Mb RAM.