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The Apple Macintosh Processor Upgrade and the DayStar PowerCard 601 can upgrade roughly 2 million current Macintosh computers to PowerPC performance; and because the cards allow users to continue to use their 68040 processor, they provide an extra level of flexibility.
The new PowerPC processor-based server systems extend Apple's current family of Workgroup Servers, which use Motorola's 68040 microprocessors: the Workgroup Server 60 and Workgroup Server 80, which run the Macintosh System 7 operating system, and the Workgroup Server 95, which runs A/UX, Apple's UNIX implementation.
1 minimum -- 68040 or Better Macintosh -- 30 Megabytes available hard-disk space -- 640 x 480, 256 colors or better screen -- 14.
Key benefits such as hardware and software compatibility with 68040 designs, cost-effective memory systems requirements and an extremely power efficient architecture makes the 68060 an ideal processor choice for a broad range of networking/communication, telecommunication and control applications.
RAM Doubler 8 requires a PowerPC, 68040, or 68030 processor, MAC OS 7.
Design compatibility with existing and future 68040 systems are simple, and higher frequency designs are possible using a new bus interface protocol.
1 or newer to run on a 68020, 68030, 68040 or Power Macintosh with 1MB minimum available RAM.
1 or higher; 68040 or better, or PowerPC; hard disk with 2 MB free; 8MB memory (RAM), 5000K unused; 16 MB for PowerPC, 7000K unused; 640X480 256 color monitor: double-speed (2X) or faster CD-ROM drive.
The Quadra 610 and 660AV with 25MHz 68040 processors outperformed
The Performa 470 series, based on a Motorola 68040 microprocessor