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The equivalent model in a desktop design is likely the [[Power Macintosh 6300]], and the fastest model to share this all-in-one design is the [[Power Macintosh 5500]].
 
The equivalent model in a desktop design is likely the [[Power Macintosh 6300]], and the fastest model to share this all-in-one design is the [[Power Macintosh 5500]].
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=General Information=
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The Power Macintosh 5300/100 LC features a 100 MHz PowerPC RISC 603e processor with 256K Level 2 Cache, 16MB of RAM (expandable to 64MB) and a 1.2GB hard disk drive. It also includes an Apple SuperDrive floppy disk drive, two expansion slots including one that can be used to add a low-cost, high-speed Ethernet networking connection, and an internal AppleCD 600I Plus tray-loading quad-speed CD-ROM drive. Built-in multimedia technologies include a video-out connector, video capture card, TV tuner, and 16-bit stereo sound in and out.
  
 
=Documentation=
 
=Documentation=

Latest revision as of 22:22, 23 September 2020

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The 5300 was sold to the education market primarily while the "Performa" version sold to the general public. Not an overly powerful machine as it runs on a 100MHz PowerPC 603e, and these models tend to be heavy and annoying to move around.

The equivalent model in a desktop design is likely the Power Macintosh 6300, and the fastest model to share this all-in-one design is the Power Macintosh 5500.

General Information

The Power Macintosh 5300/100 LC features a 100 MHz PowerPC RISC 603e processor with 256K Level 2 Cache, 16MB of RAM (expandable to 64MB) and a 1.2GB hard disk drive. It also includes an Apple SuperDrive floppy disk drive, two expansion slots including one that can be used to add a low-cost, high-speed Ethernet networking connection, and an internal AppleCD 600I Plus tray-loading quad-speed CD-ROM drive. Built-in multimedia technologies include a video-out connector, video capture card, TV tuner, and 16-bit stereo sound in and out.

Documentation

See Also

The Power Macintosh Series from Apple Computer
Power Macintosh 4400 -- Power Macintosh 5200 -- Power Macintosh 5260 -- Power Macintosh 5300 -- Power Macintosh 5400 -- Power Macintosh 5500 -- Power Macintosh 6100 -- Power Macintosh 6200 -- Power Macintosh 6300 -- Power Macintosh 6360 -- Power Macintosh 6400 -- Power Macintosh 6500 -- Power Macintosh 7100 -- Power Macintosh 7200 -- Power Macintosh 7300 -- Power Macintosh 7500 -- Power Macintosh 7600 -- Power Macintosh 8100 -- Power Macintosh 8500 -- Power Macintosh 8600 -- Power Macintosh 9500 -- Power Macintosh 9600 -- Power Macintosh G3