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Apple Macintosh Model Listing - 2/11/1993

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 |   |  Apple Macintosh Model Listing I        Version  2/11/93          |   |
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 |___|  Sterling Babcock [email protected]  Please email corrections. |___|
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   The purpose of this list was a reference sheet for myself.  The premise
was to get as much information as possible about each model that would fit
on one line.  Where needed, I have included an additional line of explanation.
The list is not perfect and it has so much information that it can be confusing
at times, but I think it provides the most information for reference in the
least space.  Please email me any corrections or additions to the list.

NOTE: The class of 'R' is a Rumored future model. Those specs are VERY tenative!

Toaster and       Processor      S   Memory Ports   Video
Modular Models:        C C       l       #     E #       
T                      o a   I   o       S  M  t    B  SV
Y                 C SM p c R n   t       I  iS h A  iC cR Features
P                 P pH r h O t   s   Max M  kn e D  tl rA   or
E Machine   Price U dz o e M l  NPBM RAM M  ed r B  sr nM Other video modes
- -------   ----- - -- - - - -  ---- --- -  -- - - ------ -----------------
X Mac128          0  8 n n s n  00   1/8 0  nM n 0  1B 9
X Mac512,FatMac   0  8 n n s n  00   1/2 0  nM n 0  1B 9
X Mac512Ke        0  8 n n e n  00    1  0  nM n 0  1B 9
X Plus            0  8 n n e n  00    4  4  nM n 0  1B 9
X SE              0  8 n n q Y  01    4  4  nM n 2  1B 9
X Classic         0  8 n n h n  00    4  1  nM n 1  1B 9
  ClassicII E 985 3 16 n n h n  00   10  2  YM n 1  1B 9  16 bit data bus
X SE/30     S1700 3 16 Y n q Y  01    8# 8  nS n 2  1B 9  32 bit data bus
  Color Cla R1389 3 16 O n n    01   10  2n IM n 1  8C10,16C10 16 bit dbus
R Color CII Sum93 3 33 <=- CPU Board upgrade for Color Classic II
R ColorCIII Apr93 3 25          01          IS       C14 LCIII Based, CD Bay
-> Two speakers with Phase Shift 3D, Power PC Ready
R ColorCIII Sum93 3 33 <=- CPU Board upgrade for Color Classic III
R ColorCIII Later 4    <=- CPU Board upgrade for Color Classic III

-> LC, LCII Video also allows: 4C13q and with extra VRAM: 8C13h 16C12h
X LC              2 16 n n h    01   10  2  YM n 1  8C12q 16 bit data bus
  LCII      E1098 3 16 n n h    01   10  2  YM n 1  8C12q 16 bit data bus
  LCIII     R1349 3 25 O n      01   36  2n YM n 1  8C16, 16C131 32 bit dbus

X II              2 16 Y n q Y  60    8# 8  nS n 2  none
X IIx             3 16 Y n q Y  60    8# 8  nS n 2  none
X IIcx            3 16 Y n q Y  30    8# 8  nS n 2  none
X IIsi 5/80 E1553 3 20 O n h    11B  17! 4  YS n 1  8C13 , 4GP
X IIci 5/80 E2113 3 25 Y O h Y  31   32# 8  nS n 2  8C13 , 4GP (128K cache card)
X IIfx            3 40 Y n h Y  61B  32# 8  nS n 2  none
  IIvi       None 3 16 n n      31   68  4  Y% n 2  8C13h,16C13M Not avail in US
  IIvx      E2292 3 32 Y 3 1 Y  31   68  4  Y% n 2  8C13h,16C13m - 16 MHz bus
  - CPU runs at 32Mhz, rest of the system board runs at 16Mhz
  - Rumor: Use of MIDI has a hardware problem on the IIvx (Apple working on fix)

Model comparison:
IIvi : 16 MHz Processor,  no cache, 16 MHz system bus speed, 32 bit bus
P600 : 32 MHz Processor,  no cache, 16 MHz system bus speed, 32 bit bus
IIvx : 32 MHz Processor, 32K cache, 16 MHz system bus speed, 32 bit bus
       (This like a IIvi with built in accelerator and cache.)
IIvx vs IIci: IIvx is slower except on video, since IIvx uses VRAM.

Performas,        Processor      S   Memory Ports   Video
Centris & Quadra       C C       l       #     E #       
T                      o a   I   o       S  M  t    B  SV
Y                 C SM p c R n   t       I  iS h A  iC cR Features
P                 P pH r h O t   s   Max M  kn e D  tl rA   or
E Machine   Price U dz o e M l  NPBM RAM M  ed r B  sr nM Other video modes
- -------   ----- - -- - - - -  ---- --- -  -- - - ------ -----------------
  Per 200   S1250 3 16 n n h n  00    10 4  YM n 1  1B 9  like Classic II
  Per 400   S1450 3 16 n n h    01    10 2  YM n 1  8C12q like LC II
  Per 600   Oct92 3 32 n n      31    68 4  Y% n 2  8C13h,16C13M  like IIvx
  Per600CD   2500 3 32 n n      31    68 4  Y% n 2  8C13h,16C13M  CDROM

  Cent610   R1859 4 20 n 8      11B   68 2n I  O 2  8C16,4C21,16C16v,8C21v,CD
  Cent650   R2699 4 25 O 8      31   132 4n    O    8C16,4C21,16C16v,8C21v,CD

X Quad700   E3628 4 25 Y 8 1 Y  21B  20# 4  YS Y 2  8C16h,24C21h,24C16T
  Quad800   R4679 4 33 Y 8      31B  136    YS Y    8C16,4C21,16C16v,8C21v,CD
X Quad900         4 25 Y 8      51B  64# 16 YS Y 1  8C21M
  Quad950   E5719 4 33 Y 8      51B  64# 16 YS Y 1  8C21M,24C16

R Wombat2    5500 4 40   ???93
R Cyclone   Spr93 4 50 Y        3               Y   Analog, Digital Video
R Cyclone Specs: DSP,9600Fax,SCSI2,DMA, ROM:QT,QDGX,Casper
R 3-4 cyclone models, one upgradable from IIfx, all 6 slot.

Portables: NOTE DIFFERENT TITLES!! (SCSI Column was added, Video type added)
           (RAM Slots are one slot in portables, not for SIMM memory.)
Portables:        Processor       S   Memory Ports   Video
                       C C        l       M     E #       
T                      o a   I S  o       S  M  t   TB  SV
Y                 C SM p c R n C  t       l  iS h A yiC cR Features
P                 P pH r h O t S  s   Max o  kn e D ptl rA   or
E Machine   Price U dz o e M l I NPBM RAM t  ed r B esr nM Other video modes
- -------   ----- - -- - - - - - ---- --- -  -- - - ------ -----------------
X Portable        0 16 n n q Y n 01    9  1  nM n 1 a1B
X Backlit Port.   0 16 n n q Y n 01    9  1  nM n 1 ba1B
X PB 100    S1000 0 16 n n q Y Y 00 1  8  1  nM n 1 b1B 9  no Floppy
X PB 140          3 16 n n   Y n 00 1  8  1  YS n 1
  PB 145    E1745 3 25 n n   Y n 00 1  8  1  YS n 1
  PB 160    E2272 3 25 n n   Y Y 00 1 14  1  IS n 1 s4G10  Port:V8C16
  PB 165c   R3600 3 33 Y n   Y Y 00 1 14  1  IS n 1 p8C 9  Port:V8C16
X PB 170    E3127 3 25 Y n   Y n 00 1  8  1  YS n 1 a1B 9 
  PB 180    E3348 3 33 Y n   Y Y 00 1 14  1  IS n 1 a4G10  Port:V8C16
R PB 185C    2Q93 3 33 Y n   Y Y 00 1 14  1  IS n 1 a?C10  Port:V8C16

Duos: 4 lb. Dockable portables with no internal floppy.
-> Built in: microphone, speaker
-> Ports: serial RS-242, modem RJ-11, 152 pin 32 bit docking bus, power
  Duo 210   E1832 3 25 n n   Y n 00 1 24  1  IM n 0 s4G 9  4.2 lb. Dockable
  Duo 230   E2126 3 33 n n   Y n 00 1 24  1  IM n 0 s4G 9  4.2 lb. Dockable
R Duo xxx   Sum93 3 33 Y n   Y Y 00 1  ?  1  I? n 1 a4G    active matrix
R Duo xxx   Win93                                   a C    color portable

Dou Docking Stations: Due out mid November, 1992
F Adapter   R 135 - -- n n - Y n 00 0  -  0  nn n 1   none Port  for FD      
  MiniDock  R 589 - -- n n e Y Y 00 0  -  0  YM n 1 V 8C16 Ports for FD, HD  
  Duo Dock  E 920 - -- O n e Y n 20 0  -  0  YM n 1 V 8C16 FD, Port for HD 
  DD xxxx   Win93        Y                      Y          DuoDock w/Ethernet
- -------   ----- - -- - - - - - ---- --- -  -- - - ------ -----------------
Duo Dock and MiniDock:
-> Ports: 1 ADB, 1 Video, 2 RS422 serial, modem RJ-11 pass thru, SCSI(HDI-30)
          Mike input, Sound output, Security connector.
-> Minidock: You can use internal and external screen, Port for FD (HDI-20)
-> Duo Dock: Internal screen is disabled when docked. V16C16 avail w/VRAM
- -------   ----- - -- - - - - - ---- --- -  -- - - ------ -----------------

Description of categories:
Class: (T)oaster (M)odular (P)erforma (Q)uadra (p)ortable (R)umored model
Type : X = The model is no longer being sold by Apple.
       R = Rumored future model (VERY tenative)
Model: Name
Price: Price for a 4 Meg RAM, 80 MB hard drive (onless specified otherwise)
       Or the date it is to be released.
       R = Retail price S = Street price ~ = Rumored Price
       E = Educational or Academic Price (Add Sales Tax)
       Note: Suggested Retail prices are listed below.

CPU  : 0 = 68000 2 = 68020 3 = 68030 4 = 68040
       68040 has an MMU, and an 8K cache.
       68030 have a built in MMU, allowing them to do virtual memory & 8K cache
       68020 do not have a   MMU. A PMMU may be added to the Mac II.
       68000 cannot do virtual memory at all.
       Mode32, available free, allows the II, IIx, IIcx, and the SE/30
       to do 32 bit addressing instead of the 24 bit their ROMs allow.
Speed: in MHz
Copro: Coprocessor (FPU): (Y)es (n)o (O)ptional (S)ocket available
Cache: N=No Cache, 8 = 8K Cache (inside processor?) 3=32K cache
       All 68030's have a built in 8K cache.  The above is for external cache.
ROM  : ROM Capacity: s = Sixteenth Meg (64K)  e = Eighth Meg (128K)
       q = Quarter Meg (256K)  h = Half Meg (512K)  # = # Meg
       128K ROMS have B&W capability, support for 800K floppies
       256K ROMS add basic 8 color Quickdraw
       512K ROMS have 32bit Quickdraw.
       1M or mor ROMS have ??
Intl : International Power Supply (Y)es (n)o
       Intl means: 100,240vac, auto configured, 50/60 hz
SCSI : Portable can act as an external SCSI drive when cabled to another Mac.

Slots: N=Nubus, P=Processor Direct Slot, B=Use of PDS blocks one Nubus slot
       M = Portable has a slot for a Modem. (See SIMM for memory slots.)
       Note: In general, each processor direct slot is different.
MaxRAM:Maximum memory config according to Apple.
       Denser SIMMS may provide ! 65  @ 68  # 128 Mb
SIMM : Number of SIMM slots for RAM.
       For portables, this is a special memory slot.
       n = Uses new 72 pin SIMM to allow 32Mb modules instead of old 30 pin SIMM

Mike :  Input Sound Jack:(M)ono (S)tereo (Y)es (n)o (I)nternal mike built in
Snd  : Output Sound Jack:(M)ono (S)tereo (L)eft channel mono (R)ight chanel mono
       (%) For IIvi, IIvx, Performa 600: Mono sound output for any digitized
           sound (even if digitized in stereo. (Left channel is played)).
           However, CD audio can cross system board an play in stereo.
       Quadras have amplified stereo(What is that?)

       According to the DTS Q&A stack about the built in speaker:
       The only models that currently combine the two stereo channels 
       into one for playback out of the internal speaker are the SE/30 
       and the IIsi. All others use just the left channel. If you would like
       to check for the machine's ability to do mixing, you can use Gestalt.
       This is documented in Inside Macintosh Volume VI, page 22-70.
       No doubt new machines were released since this was written; I don't
       know what the situation is relative to the Quadras and Powerbooks.

Ether: Has Ethernet port built in? (Y)es (n)o
# ADB: Number of Apple Desktop Bus ports

Video: type: For portables: 
             p = passive matrix
             a = active  matrix
             b = backlit portable screen
             s = backlit passive supertwist portable screen
       bits: 1,  4,   8,    16, or   24 bit color corresponding to
             1, 16, 256, 65536, or 16777216 colors
       Clr : (B)/W, (G)reyscale, or (C)olor
       Max : Max screen size in inches: 9", 12", 13", 16", 21"
             P = Portrait Display
       VRAM: Seperate Video RAM: q = quarter Meg  h = half Meg
                                 M = One Meg      T = Two Meg
       Size: A monitor size is included with some portables:
             9" screen with 640x480 instead of most portables 640x480

             Size Pixels  Inch Monitor          (Dot Pitch)
              A = 512x342   9" Toaster          (not important for mono)
              B = 512x384  12" 12" LC           (.??mm)
                           10" Color Classic    (.??mm)
              C = 640x400   9" Portables        (.??mm)
              D = 640x400  10" Portables        (.??mm)
              E = 640x480  13" Apple Hi-Res RGB (.25mm)
                               Performa Plus(.29mm) Performa(.39mm)
                               Apple Basic Color Monitor (VGA, $325)
              F = 640x480  14" Apple 14" Display(.26mm)
              G = 832x624  16" Apple 16"        (.25mm)
              H =1152x870  21" Apple Two Page   (.26mm)
              G = 640x870      Portrait         (.??mm)

Features:  Other unique features.
Ports: Additional ports besides the normal printer, modem, ADB, sound, SCSI,
       Ext Drive port are listed under features.
       V = Additional external video port
       Models built after 8/89 have FDHD's instead of 800K drives.
A/UX: Models without FPUs cannot run A/UX.
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 |   |  David A. Milton  [email protected]    Email corrections.   |   |
 |___|  Sterling Babcock [email protected]       For model listing I. |___|
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Model    Speedometer   System Versions   Prod. Life Span Case
         6.0.7 7.0.1   Rel   Min   Max   Intro   Dropped
-------- ----- -----  ----- ----- -----  ------  ------- ------
128       0     0     0.1   0.1   1.1    Jan-84  Apr-86  Toaster
512       0     0     0.3   0.3   2.0.1  Sep-84  Apr-86  Toaster
512ke     0     0     0.7   0.7   2.0.1  Apr-86  Mar-87  Toaster
Plus      0     0     0.7   0.7   7.1    Jan-86  Oct-90  Toaster
SE        0     0     1.0   1.0   7.1    Mar-87  Oct-90  Toaster
Clsc      1.0   1.0   6.0.7 6.0.7 7.1    Oct-90  Dec-91  Toaster
ClscII    0     0     7.0.1 7.0.1 7.1    Dec-91          Toaster
SE/30     0     0     6.0.3 6.0.3 7.1    Jan-89  xx/xx   Toaster
ClrClsc   0     0     7.1   7.1   7.1    Feb-93          Toaster
LC        0     0     6.0.7 6.0.7 7.1    Oct-90  Jun-92  Pizza
LCII      0     0     7.0.1 7.0.1 7.1    May-92          Pizza
LCIII     0     0     7.1   7.1   7.1    Feb-93          Pizza
II        0     0     1.0   1.0   7.1    Mar-87  Jan-90  6SlotBox
IIx       0     0     6.0.2 6.0.2 7.1    Sep-88  Oct-90  6SlotBox
IIvi      0     0     7.1   7.1   7.1    Oct-92          3SlotMetal
IIcx      0     0     6.0.3 6.0.3 7.1    Mar-89  Oct-90  3SlotBox
IIsi      0     0     6.0.7 6.0.7 7.1    Oct-90  Feb-93  4"Rounded
IIci      0     0     6.0.4 6.0.4 7.1    Sep-89  Feb-93  3SlotBox
IIvx      0     0     7.1   7.1   7.1    Oct-92          3SlotMetal
IIfx      0     0     6.0.5 6.0.5 7.1    Mar-90  xx/xx   6SlotBox
Perf200   0     0     7.0.1 7.0.1 7.1    Nov-92          Toaster
Perf400   0     0     7.0.1 7.0.1 7.1    Nov-92          Pizza
Perf600   0     0     7.1   7.1   7.1    Oct-92          3SlotMetal
Perf600CD 0     0     7.1   7.1   7.1    Oct-92          3SlotMetal
Centr610  0     0     7.1   7.1   7.1    Feb-93          3SlotMetal
Centr650  0     0     7.1   7.1   7.1    Feb-93          3SlotMetal
Quad700   0     0     7.0.1 7.0.1 7.1    Dec-91  Feb-93  3SlotStand
Quad800   0     0     7.1   7.1   7.1    Feb-93          MiniTower
Quad900   0     0     7.0.1 7.0.1 7.1    Dec-91  Jul-92  Tower
Quad950   0     0     7.0.1 7.0.1 7.1    Jul-92          Tower
Portable  0     0     6.0.4 6.0.4 7.1    Sep-89  xx/xx   Luggable
PB100     0     0     7.0.1 7.0.1 7.1    Dec-91  Oct-92  ThinPort
PB140     0     0     7.0.1 7.0.1 7.1    Dec-91  Oct-92  Portable
PB145     0     0     7.0.1 7.0.1 7.1    Oct-92          Portable
PB160     0     0     7.0.1 7.0.1 7.1    Oct-92          Portable
PB165c    0     0     7.1   7.1   7.1    Feb-93          Portable
PB170     0     0     7.0.1 7.0.1 7.1    Dec-91  Oct-92  Portable
PB180     0     0     7.1   7.1   7.1    Oct-92          Portable
Duo 210   0     0     7.1   7.1   7.1    Oct-92          SlimPort
Duo 230   0     0     7.1   7.1   7.1    Oct-92          SlimPort
MiniDock  0     0     7.1   7.1   7.1    Dec-92          Adapter
Duo Dock  0     0     7.1   7.1   7.1    Nov-92          Eatable

KEY TO CHART:
Speedometer: Speed tests using Speedometer 3.10 with either system 6.0.7,
             or 7.1.  This test was performed WITHOUT ANY EXTENTIONS.
             The speedometer readings for this list are in Model Listing III.
System Ver.: The minimum and maximum system version that that model will run.
Product Life span: The dates the model was shipping from Apple.
Case: The style of casing the computer is in.

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Apple Computer Suggested Retail Prices:
----------- ---  ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----------
Model       RAM   NONE  40HD  80HD 160HD 230HD 500HD 1G HD Additions
----------- ---  ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----------
Classic II  4MB         1079  1209
Color Class 4MB               1389              FPU $79 VRAM $99 Ether $165
LC II       4MB         1239  1349                         LCII to III $599
LC III      4MB               1349  1499        FPU $79 VRAM $99 Ether $165
IIsi        3MB         1729  1999
IIci        5MB   2539        2719        3089

IIvx        4MB               1899        2269
IIvx        5MB/CD/VRAM       2339
IIvx        8MB                           2459
IIvx to C650      1599 (1199 for 90 days from 2/10/93)
Centris 610 4MB/LC040         1859
Centris 610 4MB/LC040/Ether   1969
Centris 610 8MB/LC040/Ether               2519
Centris 610 8MB/LC040/Ether/VRAM          2899
Centris 650 4MB/LC040         2699
Centris 650 8MB/040/Ether     3189        3559
Centris 650 8MB/040/Ether/CD/VRAM         3939  4379

Quadra 700  4MB   4219        4669        5039
Quadra 800  8MB                           4679  5429        VRAM   159
Quadra 800  8MB/CD/VRAM                         5829  6399
Quadra 950  8MB   5609                    6099  6849  8149
----------- ---  ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----------
Model       RAM   NONE  40HD  80HD 120HD 230HD 500HD 1G HD Additions
----------- ---  ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----------
PB 145      4MB         2149  2499
PB 160      4MB         2429  2789  3149
PB 165c     4MB               3399  3759
PB 180      4MB               4109  4469
PB Duo 210  4MB               2249
PB Duo 230  4MB               2609  2969
PB Duo Dock       1079
PB MiniDock        589
PB Floppy Adapter  135
----------- ---  ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----------
Model       RAM   NONE  40HD  80HD 120HD 230HD 500HD 1G HD Additions
----------- ---  ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----------

Macintosh Performa Dealers Prices: NOTE: These are dealers prices!!  No
Suggested retail price exists for the performas.  The dealer will add his
profit margin to the following.  Various dealers will differ in price.
----------- ---  ----- ----- ----- ----- 
Model       RAM   NONE  40HD  80HD 160HD
----------- ---  ----- ----- ----- -----
Perf 200    4MB               1065          Perf Display       269
Perf 400    4MB               1130          Perf Display Plus  327
Perf 600    4MB                     1519    StyleWriter        283
Perf 600    5MB/CD                  1899
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 |   |  David A. Milton  [email protected]    Email corrections.   |   |
 |___|  Sterling Babcock [email protected]       For models List I    |___|
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 |   |  Apple Macintosh Model Listing III           Version  2/11/93     |   |
 |   |  Compiled by:                                                     |   |
 |   |  Kevin D. Connery [email protected]          Email corrections.   |   |
 |___|  Sterling Babcock [email protected]       For model listing I. |___|
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NOTE: This list is the same as Kevin's list.  However, he orders the models
      based on date of release.  I have reordered the lines in order of the
      other model list (generally in order of power within subgroups).

Mac Speed Ratings, 2/10/93  Kevin D. Connery [email protected]

Once again, here's the listing of the various Macintosh models, and their
Speedometer 3.11 speed ratings.The columns are straightforward: the Model
name, the CPU speed (in MHz) and type (680-{00/20/30/40}, and the 5 speed
ratings from Scott Berfield's Speedometer utility for 6.0 (mostly 6.0.7) and
7.0.1/7.1. Where more than one set of data was present, they were averaged
in using straight arithmetic mean. The number in () at the end of each line
indicates how many samples were used to generate the number listed.

Data from this run was based on tests from Speedometer 3.10 and 3.11; tests
which flagged as 'possibly incorrect' were not included. Also note that those
systems using v7.1 will have somewhat different results (especially FP) than
will those from v7.0.1, due to the SANE differences.    

As you can see, there are still a few  holes in the table. If you have a Mac
which fits one of those holes, I'd greatly appreciate it if you  would run
Speedometer and send the results, either the machine record or the text
summary, to [email protected], for inclusion in the next version. Similarly, if
you have a Mac which shows only 1 or two samples, additional data to increase
confidence levels would also be appreciated.

Upgraded machines' data is particularly desired. Radius Rockets, Daystar
PowerCache, Fusion, Novy, etc., data would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks to everyone who submitted data, and special thanks to Sterling
Babcock ([email protected]) and David Ruby ([email protected]) for their
Macintosh Information lists [See those lists for more details about the
various Mac Models], and for getting me started on this one, and of course,
Scott Berfield, for his Speedometer utility itself.

Model   Speed  |  Speed Under OS 6.0.x    |   Speed Under OS 7.0.x     #Samples
         /CPU  | CPU  Graf Disk Math  PR  | CPU   Graf  Disk  Math   PR  | #
Original 8/00  |                          |                              |
Fat Mac  8/00  |                          |                              |
512KE    8/00  |                          |                              |
Plus     8/00  |  0.9  0.9  0.4  1.0  0.8 |  0.9   0.9   0.2   1.0   0.7 |(2)
SE       8/00  |  1.0  1.0  1.0  1.0  1.0 |  1.0   1.0   0.3   1.0   0.8 |(2)
Classic  8/00  |  1.0  1.0  1.0  1.0  1.0 |                              |(1)
Clas.II 16/30  |                          |  3.9   3.3   1.8   5.2   3.5 |(2)
SE/30   16/30  |  4.2  3.2  3.1  6.5  3.9 |  4.2   5.2   1.5   6.7   4.2 |(2)
ClrClsc 16/30  |                          |                              |(0)
LC      16/20  |                          |  3.5   4.3   1.2   4.0   3.3 |(3)
LC-II   16/30  |                          |  4.0   4.2   1.7   5.6   3.7 |(3)
LC-III  25/30 - With FPU                  |  6.8   7.9   3.4  23.8   8.2 |(1)
II      16/20  |  3.4  4.2  0.6  5.7  3.3 |  3.1   3.7   0.6   5.3   3.0 |(3)
IIx     16/30  |                          |  4.1   4.7   3.1   6.5   4.3 |(1)
IIcx    16/30  |  4.2  4.9  1.8  8.1  4.3 |  4.2   4.9   0.4   6.4   3.9 |(3)
IIvi    16/30  |                          |  4.0   5.0   1.9   6.8   4.2 |(1)
IIsi    20/30  |                          |  5.4   6.3   2.0   5.7   5.0 |(3)
 w/cache       |                          |  5.6   8.0   2.0   7.7   5.8 |(1)
 w/FPU         |  5.4  6.0  2.4 11.7  5.6 |  5.5   7.1   1.4  15.7   6.3 |(3)
IIci    25/30  |  6.5  7.7  1.8 10.0  6.2 |  6.2   7.7   1.6  18.8   7.0 |(5)
 w/cache       |  7.0  8.1  1.6 20.1  7.6 |  6.7   7.5   2.2  23.2   7.7 |(4)
IIvx    32/30  |                          |  7.0   8.3   2.2  27.5   8.6 |(2)
IIfx    40/30  | 11.3 10.5  1.5 21.0 10.1 |  7.6   7.3   1.8  34.4   9.0 |(2)
Prf.200 16/30  | See Classic II           |                              |  
Prf.400 16/30  | See LC II                |                              |  
Prf.600 32/30  |                          |  7.0   6.5   2.0   8.3   5.9 |(1)
Cent610 20/40 - 68LC040 (No FPU)          | 13.0  17.1   4.9  24.6  13.7 |(1)
Cent650 25/40 - Full 040 W/FPU            | 16.3  21.2   5.0  95.9  23.5 |(1)
Q 700   25/40 - caches enabled            | 16.2  17.0   3.0  99.6  22.1 |(3)
Q 800   33/40                             | 21.6  27.4   5.1 128.1  30.7 |(1) 
Q 900   25/40 - compatibility mode        |  2.4   5.5   2.0  27.5   5.7 |(1)
Q 900   25/40 - caches enabled            | 16.0  18.9   2.0 101.5  22.6 |(1)
Q 950   33/40 - caches enabled            | 21.4  23.0   3.7 132.3  29.5 |(3)
Portable16/00  |                          |  2.1   1.2   1.8   1.9   1.8 |(1)
PB 100  16/00  |  2.6  1.8  1.2  2.0  2.0 |  2.5   1.7   1.0   2.0   1.9 |(2)
PB 140  16/30  |                          |  4.1   4.0   1.6   5.5   3.7 |(2)
PB 145  25/30  |                          |                              |
PB 160  25/30  |                          |  6.4   6.7   1.8   9.1   5.8 |(2)
PB 165c 33/30  |                          |                              |(0)
PB 170  25/30  |                          |  6.3   5.0   1.4  22.1  6.5  |(1)
PB 180  33/30  |                          |  8.7   8.0   1.8  30.7   9.3 |(1)
Duo 210 25/30  |                          |                              |  
Duo 230 33/30  |                          |  9.2   8.7   1.8  12.6   7.9 |(1)
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Specials: Upgraded Machines               |                              |
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Plus           |                          |                              |
 Brainstorm 2.0|                          |  1.9   1.8   1.2   2.1   1.7 |(3)
 Gemini 25     |  6.7  4.6  1.1 14.0  5.7 | (25 MHz 68030)               |(1)
 Novy Quik30 (25 '030)                    |  6.8   4.5   0.7   5.8   4.8 |(1)
SE             |                          |                              |
 AE Transwarp  | 11.0  8.4  1.9 24.7  9.8 | (40 MHz 68030 w/fpu)         |(1)
 DoubleTime-16 |  2.5  1.8  1.2  1.8  2.0 |                              |(1)
 Gemini 20/030+882                        |  5.6   2.7   1.4   23.8  5.7 |(1)
 MicroMac SE 25/030                       |  7.0   4.0   2.1    5.3  4.9 |(1)
 Moebius 25/030+882                       |  6.9   5.9   0.7   18.5  6.5 |(1)
 Novy 030/25+882                          |  6.9   4.8   0.6   15.2  5.8 |(1)
 Radius 16/020                            |  4.1   3.8   0.6    2.5  3.1 |(1)
  " 25/20+881 |  6.3   4.6  2.0  6.6  4.9 |                              |(1)
 Dove 16/030  |  3.5   1.9  1.6  1.4  2.4 |                              |(1)
Classic w/Gemini 50/030+882               | 13.7   6.9   1.8   49.2 12.9 |(1)
LC                                        |                              |
 DayStar40/030 | 11.0  7.5  1.3 11.7  8.1 |                              |(1)
 DayStar40/FPU | 11.0  8.0  1.3 23.5  9.4 |                              |(1)
II w/DayStar PowerCache 50/030+882        | 13.7  10.6   0.7   32.1 12.0 |(1)
IIsi w/Daystar PowerCache 40/030+882      | 10.7  13.1   1.8   27.1 11.3 |(1)
IIci w/DayStar PowerCache 50/030+882      | 13.8  11.5   3.9   35.2 12.0 |(1)
IIfx w/55 MHz Perspect Systems upgrade    | 15.3   8.7   1.8   58.8 15.0 |(1)
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