Apple Macintosh Quadra serie

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Apple Macintosh Quadra 605

Apple Macintosh Quadra 605 The Apple Macintosh Quadra 605 -- targeted toward business users -- features a 25 MHz 68LC040 processor, 4 MB or 8 MB of RAM, and either an 80 MB or 160 MB hard drive in a sleek, compact "pizza box" case.

Although the cases are a bit different, the education version of the Quadra 605 is the LC 475 and the consumer version is the Performa 475 series. All three of these models use the same logicboard design.

Source: EveryMac

Instances
Hostname Serial Number Status
H0000095 SG338C5T1KZ
H0000096 SG338CJZ1L0
H0000097 SG4330MA3WT
H0000098 SG3460B11KZ
H0000099 SG4330N43WT
H0000100 XB4340RZ2DQ

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Apple Macintosh Quadra 610

Apple Macintosh Quadra 610 The Macintosh Quadra 610 and Macintosh Centris 610 are two closely related personal computers that are a part of Apple Computer's Quadra and Centris series of Macintosh computers, respectively. When the Centris 610 was introduced in February 1993 alongside the larger Centris 650, it was intended as the start of the new midrange Centris line of computers. However, that proved confusing, and the Centris 610 was renamed to Quadra 610 in October 1993, and the CPU was upgraded from a 20 MHz 68LC040 to a full 68040 at 25 MHz - although there was one configuration, the Quadra 610 8/160, that retained the 68LC040. The Quadra 610 was discontinued in favor of the Quadra 630 in July 1994.

The 610 came in a new "pizza box" case. It was later also used for the Centris / Quadra 660AV and the Power Macintosh 6100. The Quadra 610 was also available in a "DOS compatible" model with an additional 486SX processor at 25 MHz on a Processor Direct Slot card.

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Hostname Serial Number Status
H9999999

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Apple Macintosh Quadra 610 DOS Compatible

Apple Macintosh Quadra 610 DOS Compatible The Macintosh Quadra 610 and Macintosh Centris 610 are two closely related personal computers that are a part of Apple Computer's Quadra and Centris series of Macintosh computers, respectively. When the Centris 610 was introduced in February 1993 alongside the larger Centris 650, it was intended as the start of the new midrange Centris line of computers. However, that proved confusing, and the Centris 610 was renamed to Quadra 610 in October 1993, and the CPU was upgraded from a 20 MHz 68LC040 to a full 68040 at 25 MHz - although there was one configuration, the Quadra 610 8/160, that retained the 68LC040. The Quadra 610 was discontinued in favor of the Quadra 630 in July 1994.

The 610 came in a new "pizza box" case. It was later also used for the Centris / Quadra 660AV and the Power Macintosh 6100. The Quadra 610 was also available in a "DOS compatible" model with an additional 486SX processor at 25 MHz on a Processor Direct Slot card.

Source: EveryMac

Instances
Hostname Serial Number Status
H0000115 SG34020K1CJ

Configurations

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Apple Macintosh Quadra 650

Apple Macintosh Quadra 700 The Apple Macintosh Quadra 650 features a 33 MHz 68040 processor, 8 MB of RAM, a 230 MB or 500 MB hard drive, and an optional 2X CD-ROM drive in the same high-profile desktop case introduced by the Macintosh IIvi and IIvx.

Source: EveryMac

Instances
Hostname Serial Number Status
H0000310 SG4022EL1M1 No power on

Configurations

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Apple Macintosh Quadra 700

Apple Macintosh Quadra 700 The Apple Macintosh Quadra 700 features a 25 MHz 68040 processor, 4 MB of RAM, and either no hard drive (just a 1.44 MB floppy disk drive) or a floppy disk and an 80 MB, a 160 MB, or a 400 MB hard drive in a boxy tower case (it's the desktop case used by the Macintosh IIcx oriented on its side).

The Macintosh Quadra 700 was introduced along with the Quadra 900 in October 1991 as Apple's first computers to use the Motorola 68040 processor, as well as the first to feature built-in Ethernet networking as many Unix workstations did. This is one of Apple's first two minitowers, along with the Quadra 900 of the same date. The Quadra 700 case was the same form-factor as the popular Macintosh IIcx and Macintosh IIci models, allowing users to easily upgrade to the more powerful computer. Users sometimes placed the older case vertically in a minitower orientation and the Quadra 700 recognized this by having the Apple logo and model name printed in the vertical orientation. The IIcx and IIci were designed to allow their rubber feet moved to the side for vertical orientation as well.

The Quadra 700 could be upgraded to 68 megabytes of RAM, which with its 25 MHz processor made it a very useful computer for scientific or design work. It was also a prime candidate for processor upgrade when the PowerPC 601 accelerator cards came along in 1994. Like the IIci it had integrated graphics built into the system board, but unlike the earlier model, the 700 used dedicated VRAM for its video memory.

The onboard video came with 512 kilobytes VRAM soldered to the motherboard, and supported resolutions up to 1152x870. The video memory was expandable to 2 megabytes via 6 256 kilobyte 100 nS VRAM SIMMs in each of VRAM SIMM expansion slots on the motherboard. Expanding the video memory to 2 megabytes allowed for 24-bit (Millions) color at resolutions up to 832x624.

The sound was 8bit stereo. I/O was available with dual serial ports, an AAUI ethernet port, mic in, and a DB-25 SCSI connector. Expansion was available via two Nubus slots and a PDS slot. This is one of the two earliest models that are able to run Mac OS 8, along with the Macintosh Quadra 900.

Source: EveryMac

Instances
Hostname Serial Number Status
H0000119 F1249BXVC81 Missing front slot cover
H0000120 F12240R2C81 Missing front slot cover

Configurations

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Apple Macintosh Quadra 800 and Workgroup Server 80

Apple Macintosh Quadra 800 The Apple Macintosh Quadra 800 features a 33 MHz 68040 processor, 8 MB of RAM, a 230 MB or 500 MB hard drive, and an optional 2X CD-ROM drive in an expandable tower case designed to replace the aging, and not particularly expandable Quadra 700.

The Workgroup Server version of the Quadra 800 is the WGS 80.

Source: EveryMac

Instances
Hostname Serial Number Status
H0000323 SG321J77CC7 Not investigated yet

Configurations

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