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Power Macintosh 6100

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* Heat inside the case can be an issue, especially with the model including the 486 card. You may want to outfit a case fan somewhere inside to help move air.
* If the heatsink compound on the CPU has not been replaced since the original manufacturing, the CPU may overheat and destroy itself. It is recommended that it be cleaned and replaced.
 
=Diagrams/Schematics=
[[File:Pm6100board.png]]
 
[[File:Powermac 6100 series.png]]
=See Also=
* [[Apple Computer]]
=External Resources=
* https://cdn.preterhuman.net/texts/computing/Apple_Service_PDF/PowerMac/powermac_6100_series.pdf - Apple Service PDF
[[Category:Apple]]

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