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0 MB soldered on the main logic board; expandable to 768 MB using 64-bit (non-parity) 168-pin JEDEC-standard 3.3-volt unbuffered [[SDRAM]] (synchronous dynamic access memory) DIMM (dual inline memory module) cards. Three DIMM card slots are provided for DRAM expansion. A minimum of 32 MB of RAM is installed in one of the DIMM card slots.
 
0 MB soldered on the main logic board; expandable to 768 MB using 64-bit (non-parity) 168-pin JEDEC-standard 3.3-volt unbuffered [[SDRAM]] (synchronous dynamic access memory) DIMM (dual inline memory module) cards. Three DIMM card slots are provided for DRAM expansion. A minimum of 32 MB of RAM is installed in one of the DIMM card slots.
 
===Video===
 
===Video===
2 MB synchronous graphics RAM (SGRAM) frame buffer on the main logic board. Video memory can be expanded to 4 MB or 6 MB with an optional 2 MB or 4 MB SGRAM graphics memory module.  
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2 MB synchronous graphics RAM (SGRAM) frame buffer on the main logic board. Video memory can be expanded to 4 MB or 6 MB with an optional 2 MB or 4 MB SGRAM graphics memory module.
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Built-in 2D and 3D hardware graphics acceleration using the ATI 3D RAGE II+DVD or ATI 3D RAGE PRO-PCI graphics controller. Software support through Macintosh [[QuickDraw 3D]] and QuickDraw 3D RAVE (rendering acceleration virtual engine) APIs. The ATI 3D RAGE II+DVD graphics controller is the graphics controller used in the original Power Macintosh G3 computer.
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===Cache===
 
===Cache===
 
512 KB or 1 MB of back-side second-level (L2) cache on processor module (depending on model and configuration). The cache runs at one half the clock frequency of the microprocessor. For example, the cache would run at 166.5 MHz on a 333 MHz processor module.
 
512 KB or 1 MB of back-side second-level (L2) cache on processor module (depending on model and configuration). The cache runs at one half the clock frequency of the microprocessor. For example, the cache would run at 166.5 MHz on a 333 MHz processor module.

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