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Mac Clones: Umax: SuperMac C600vPC Specs | Ports

Umax C600 (Apus 3000)

The Umax SuperMac C600vPC, based on the Alchemy architecture, features a 200 MHz or 240 MHz PowerPC 603e processor, 32 MB of RAM, and a 3.3 GB hard drive in an industry-standard tower case. There were two versions of this model, one with a 200 MHz PowerPC 603e processor which was quietly replaced with a new version with a 240 MHz PowerPC 603e processor and a faster CD-ROM drive. Both "vPC" configurations included a pre-installed copy of Connectix Virtual PC.


Introduction Date: October 1, 1997 Discontinued Date: August 31, 1998 1.
Processor Type: PowerPC 603e Processor Speed: 200, 240 MHz
Processor Upgrade: 603e Socket Card FPU (Integrated): PowerPC 603e
System Bus Speed: 40 MHz Lookaside Bus Speed: 40 MHz
ROM Size: 4 MB Data Path: 64-bit
Level 1 Cache: 32k Level 2 Cache: 256k
RAM Type: 70 ns 168-pin DIMM VRAM Type: Dedicated DRAM 2.
Standard RAM: 32 MB Maximum RAM: 144 MB
Motherboard RAM: 16 MB RAM Slots: 2 3.
Standard VRAM: 1 MB 2. Maximum VRAM: 1 MB 2.
Standard Hard Drive: 3.3 GB Int. Hard Drive Type: IDE
Standard CD-ROM: 12X, 24X Standard Disk: 1.44 MB (manual)
Standard Modem: N/A Standard Ethernet: 10Base-T
Case Type: Tower Form Factor: SuperMac C600
Exp. Slots: 3 PCI, Comm-2 Exp. Bays (Free): 2 (5.25"), 2 (3.5") 4.
Battery Type: 4.5V Alkaline Battery Life: N/A
Built-in Display: N/A Supported MacOS: 7.5.3-7.6.1, 8.0-9.0 5.
Dimensions: 16.0 x 6.75 x 15.5 6. Avg. Weight: 16 lbs.
Original Price: $1500 US Est. Current Price: N/A
Notes: 1. The original configuration was replaced on February 1, 1998.
2.
1 MB of the motherboard RAM is dedicated to video function.
3. RAM cannot be interleaved to improve performance.
4. Both 5.25" bays are external, both 3.5" bays are internal.
5. MacOS versions beyond 8.1 are not supported officially by Apple.
6. In inches, height x width x depth.
7. Photo Credit: Umax Computer Corp.



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