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128MB SDRAM for Powermac G3 Zoom

128MB SDRAM for Powermac G3

SKU: PowerMac G3 Beige, G3 All In One, G3 MiniTower
128MB SDRAM for Powermac G3

Availability: In stock

$99.65
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    Suitable for Powermac G3 (Gossamer)
    Macintosh 128MB 3.3V SDRAM DIMM (66MHz Bus)
    RAM Type: PC66 DIMM
    Minimum RAM Speed: 66MHz
    RAM slots: 3
    Maximum RAM: 768mb

    Announced in November 1997, The PowerMac G3 knocked the 9600/300 out of the fastest-mac-on-the-planet mark by nearly 10%. Based on a newly designed motherboard (code-named "Gossamer") which ran at a blazing-fast 66 MHz, the G3 was the first Apple-branded Mac to ship with the new PPC 750 Processor.

    The G3 came in either a mini-tower case (similar to that of the 8600 & 9600, but shorter) or a 7300-style desktop case, and operated at either 233 or 266 MHz. The PowerMac G3 Desktop, available at 233 or 266 MHz came with 16-bit Audio In and Out on a separate "personality" card and an internal Zip drive.

    The G3 MiniTower model, which initially was only available at 266 MHz, had a different personality card, which offered all the features of the desktop card, plus 4 MB of VRAM (expandable to 6 MB) and S-Video In and Out.

    In March 1998, Apple added a 300 MHz option on all built-to-order machines, as well as a dual-SCSI configuration, with RAID software, and an optional DVD-ROM drive. The PowerMac G3 was discontinued in January 1999, when it was replaced by the Blue & White G3.

     
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