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Announced in May 1992, the Quadra 950 was a "speed bump" of the [[Macintosh Quadra 900]]. The processor was upgraded from a 25 Mhz 68040 to a 33 Mhz. The Quadra 950 sold for $7,200.
 
Announced in May 1992, the Quadra 950 was a "speed bump" of the [[Macintosh Quadra 900]]. The processor was upgraded from a 25 Mhz 68040 to a 33 Mhz. The Quadra 950 sold for $7,200.
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Codenames: Amazon, Zydeco. Introduced in May 1992 and discontinued in October 1995. Originally shipped with system software 7.0.1.
 
===CPU===
 
===CPU===
 
The 950 uses a full [[Motorola 68040]] processor clocked at 33MHz. The [[Macintosh Quadra 840av]] is faster but the 950 was popular for server use.
 
The 950 uses a full [[Motorola 68040]] processor clocked at 33MHz. The [[Macintosh Quadra 840av]] is faster but the 950 was popular for server use.
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Like the [[Macintosh Quadra 900]], the Macintosh Quadra 950  comes with 1 MB of video RAM (VRAM) and sockets for expanding the VRAM to a total of 2 MB. The 1-MB VRAM  configuration supports up to 24 bits per pixel on Apple’s 12-inch RGB monitor, 16 bits per pixel on the 13-inch and 16-inch RGB monitors, and 8 bits per pixel on 21-inch Apple monitors. The 2-MB VRAM configuration supports up to 24 bits per pixel on Apple’s 12-inch, 13-inch, and 16-inch RGB monitors and 16 bits per pixel on Apple’s 21-inch RGB monitor. The Macintosh Quadra 950 also supports 19-inch monitors with 1024 by 768 pixel displays. With 2 MB of VRAM, the Macintosh Quadra 950 supports up to 16 bits per pixel on such monitors.
 
Like the [[Macintosh Quadra 900]], the Macintosh Quadra 950  comes with 1 MB of video RAM (VRAM) and sockets for expanding the VRAM to a total of 2 MB. The 1-MB VRAM  configuration supports up to 24 bits per pixel on Apple’s 12-inch RGB monitor, 16 bits per pixel on the 13-inch and 16-inch RGB monitors, and 8 bits per pixel on 21-inch Apple monitors. The 2-MB VRAM configuration supports up to 24 bits per pixel on Apple’s 12-inch, 13-inch, and 16-inch RGB monitors and 16 bits per pixel on Apple’s 21-inch RGB monitor. The Macintosh Quadra 950 also supports 19-inch monitors with 1024 by 768 pixel displays. With 2 MB of VRAM, the Macintosh Quadra 950 supports up to 16 bits per pixel on such monitors.
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===Expansion===
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5 [[NuBus]], 1 PDS.
    
===PDS===
 
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