Power Macintosh 7300
Introduced in February 1997, The 7300 replaced both the Power Macintosh 7200 and the Power Macintosh 7600 in Apple's product line. Available in both 180 and 200MHz models (and 166MHz in Japan and Europe), the 7300 ran on a single PowerPC 604e processor. It lost the 7600's video input circuitry, but kept the removable daughtercard and the 7600's memory interleaving feature (neither of which had been included in the 7200). The 180MHz model included 16 MB of RAM, and sold for $1,700. The 200MHz model included 32 MB of RAM, and sold for $2,300. The 7300 was discontinued in late 1997.
Codename: Montana. Originally shipped with system software 7.5.5 and system enabler 702.
A 166, 180, or 200 MHz PowerPC 604e microprocessor card with built-in FPU and 256K cache.
16 or 32 MB of DRAM, expandable to 512 MB using 168-pin, 70 ns, 64-bit DIMMs.
2 MB VRAM, expandable to 4 MB.
- Power Macintosh 7300, 7600, 8600, and 9600 Developer Note
- Power Macintosh 7300/7500/7600/WS 7350 Service Source