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===Memory===
 
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0 MB on the main logic board; expandable to 128 MB using 168-pin JEDEC-standard 5-volt buffered EDO (extended data out) DIMM (dual inline memory module) devices with 2K refresh rate. Two DIMM slots are provided for DRAM expansion.
 
0 MB on the main logic board; expandable to 128 MB using 168-pin JEDEC-standard 5-volt buffered EDO (extended data out) DIMM (dual inline memory module) devices with 2K refresh rate. Two DIMM slots are provided for DRAM expansion.
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===Video===
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Video display modes supported on built-in monitor port: 640 by 480, 800 by 600, and 832 by 624 at 32 bits per pixel; 1024 by 768 and 1152 by 870 at 16 bits per pixel; 1280 by 1024 at 8 bits per pixel; 2 MB synchronous graphics RAM (SGRAM) frame buffer on the main logic board.
  
 
=Documentation=
 
=Documentation=

Revision as of 13:17, 24 June 2020

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The main logic board in the Power Macintosh 5500 is a plug-in logic board that incorporates a PowerPC 603e microprocessor, a second-level (L2) cache expansion slot, one or two Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) card expansion slots, enhanced AV features (audio and video input and output), and a PCI-based communications slot (comm slot II).

General Information

CPU

PowerPC 603e microprocessor running at 175 MHz, 200 MHz, 225 MHz, and 250 MHz (later with 275MHz).

Memory

0 MB on the main logic board; expandable to 128 MB using 168-pin JEDEC-standard 5-volt buffered EDO (extended data out) DIMM (dual inline memory module) devices with 2K refresh rate. Two DIMM slots are provided for DRAM expansion.

Video

Video display modes supported on built-in monitor port: 640 by 480, 800 by 600, and 832 by 624 at 32 bits per pixel; 1024 by 768 and 1152 by 870 at 16 bits per pixel; 1280 by 1024 at 8 bits per pixel; 2 MB synchronous graphics RAM (SGRAM) frame buffer on the main logic board.

Documentation

See Also