The PowerMac
6200 Family

Codename: Crusader
CPU: PowerPC 603 (75 Mhz)/603e (100/120 Mhz)
CPU speed: 75/100/120 Mhz
FPU: integrated
motherboard RAM: 0 MB
maximum RAM: 64 MB
number of sockets: 2 -- 72 pin SIMMS
minimum speed: 80 ns
VRAM: 1 MB DRAM (non upgradable)
L1 cache: 8 k data, 8 k instruction (16 k/16 k for 603e models)
L2 cache: 256 k SIMM
data path: 64 bit
bus speed: 37.5/40/40 Mhz
slots: LC, comm, video i/o, TV
Serial Ports: 2
ADB: 1
Floppy: 1.4 MB SuperDrive
HD: 500 MB - 1.2 GB (IDE)
CD-ROM: 4x
Display: all resolutions up to 1024x768
Sound Output: stereo 16 bit
Sound Input: mono 16 bit
Ethernet: none
Gestalt ID: 42
power: 150 Watts
Weight: 19 lbs.
Dimensions: 4.3" H x 12.6" W x 16.5" D
Min System Software: 7.5.1
Max System Software: 9.0
introduced: May 1995
terminated: mid 1997

The PowerMac 6200 was a 5200 in a Quadra 630-style case. The 6200 was sold only in Europe, but was released in the US as the Performas 6200CD, 6205CD, 6210CD, 6214CD, 6216CD, 6218CD, 6220cd, and 6230cd, each bundled with a 15" monitor, and a different hard drive. In late 1995 and early 1996, apple released several more machines based on the same motherboard, with similar specs: The Performas 6260CD, 6290CD, 6300CD, and 6310CD each ran on a 100 Mhz 603e, and the PowerMac 6300/120 and the Performa 6320 each ran on a 120 Mhz 603e. They were all eventually replaced by the Performa 6360.

Picture: Apple Corporate Site

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