Apple Power Macintosh 8115/110 Specs
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The Apple Power Macintosh 8115/110, based on the Cold Fusion architecture, features a 110 MHz PowerPC 601 processor, 16 MB of RAM, a 2 GB hard drive, and a 2X CD-ROM drive in the same expandable tower case design introduced by the Quadra 800.
This model is identical to the Power Macintosh 8100/110, but was sold in Europe and Asia but not in North America. The server version -- the WGS 8150/110 -- was sold worldwide, however.
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||November 3, 1994
||August 5, 1995
||The "Introduction Date" refers to the date a model was introduced via press release. The "Discontinued Date" refers to the date a model either was replaced by a subsequent system or production otherwise ended.
Also see: All Macs introduced in 1994.
||This model has a 32-bit processor and a 64-bit data path.
|System Bus Speed:
||Cache Bus Speed:
||Min. RAM Speed:
||Supports eight 80 ns 72-pin SIMMs.
||*SIMMs must be installed in matching pairs.
||512k VRAM SIMM*
||*By default, this model has a VRAM card that has 2 MB of VRAM soldered. This VRAM card also has four slots that can hold 512k VRAM SIMMs. The system has an HDI-45 port onboard that can use 640k of system memory and a DB-15 port via video card.
||*By default, this model has 2 MB of VRAM on a dedicated VRAM card. It can be expanded to 4 MB by installing four 512k VRAM SIMMs in expansion slots on the card. In addition, the HDI-45 port uses 640k of system memory for video function.
||*This model supports one display via the HDI-45 port and another via the DB-15 port. The HDI-45 port uses 640k of system memory and supports a display at 512x394 or 640x480 at 16-bit or 832x624 at 8-bit. By default, the DB-15 port uses the 2 MB of VRAM on the VRAM card to support a display at 512x384, 640x480 or 832x624 at 24-bit and 1024x768 or 1152x870 at 16-bit. With 4 MB of VRAM installed, it supports 512x384, 640x480, 832x624, 1024x768, or 1152x870 all at 24-bit.
|2nd Display Support:
||2nd Max. Resolution:
||*This model can support dual displays by default. With the standard 2 MB of VRAM, the DB-15 port can support a second display up to 832x624 at 24-bit or 1152x870 at 16-bit. Upgraded to 4 MB of VRAM, it can support a second display up to 1152x870 at 24-bit.
|Standard Hard Drive:
||Int. HD Interface:
||*By default, this model is configured with a 2 GB internal SCSI hard drive.
||1.44 MB (Manual)
||1 601 PDS and 3 NuBus
||*The system has one open front-facing 5.25" drive bay. Another front-facing 5.25" drive bay is occupied by the optical drive.|
||Mac Quadra 800
|Apple Order No:
||Power Mac 8100
||*M4137J/A is the order number for this model in Japan. The order number in other countries differed.
|Apple Model No:
||Please note that these identifiers commonly refer to multiple models.
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|Original Mac OS:
||Supported Mac OS:
||Earlier and later versions of the Macintosh System/Finder and Mac OS are not supported.
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||14.0 x 7.7 x 15.75
||25.3 lbs (11.3 kg)
||In inches - height by width by depth, (35.6 cm, 19.6 cm, 40 cm).
|Original Price (US):
||Est. Current Retail:
||Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc.
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