Macintosh LC 475
Can probably be considered the fastest model of the pizza-box LC systems. The 475 is powered by a 25MHz Motorola 68LC040 processor, while the Macintosh LC III uses the Motorola 68030 though clocked as fast as 33MHz.
Generally shipped with 512KB of VRAM via two SIMMs but can be expanded to 1MB which is required to achieve higher color and resolution.
The 475 has 4MB onboard memory and a single 72-pin RAM slot. The maximum memory capacity is assumed to be 36MB by using a 32MB SIMM, though larger capacity RAM sticks will likely work without issue.
- You may need to have a PRAM battery installed in this system for the video output to work properly.
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