The PowerMac 6500 started life as the Performa 6400, a noteable model in the otherwise regretful Performa line of consumer Macs (too manymodels, most underpowered). The Power Mac 6400 used the 2nd generation PowerPC 603 processor, sported a graceful new … Continue reading

Power Mac 6500

The PowerMac 6500 started life as the Performa 6400, a noteable model in the otherwise regretful Performa line of consumer Macs (too many models, most underpowered). The 6400 used the 2nd generation PowerPC 603 processor, sported a graceful new tower … Continue reading

The PowerMac 6500 started life as the Performa 6400 in yet another release of a beige Computer.  Apple seemed to just simply be releasing one computer after the other.  `Not only did the 6500 system lack any significant improvements over … Continue reading

Power Mac 6500

The PowerMac 6500 started life as the Performa 6400, a noteable model in the otherwise regretful Performa line of consumer Macs (too many models, most underpowered). The 6400 used the 2nd generation PowerPC 603 processor, sported a graceful new tower … Continue reading

Performa 6400/200

The Power Macintosh 6400 (Codenames: “InstaTower”, “Alchemy”, “Hacksaw”; also sold under two variations of the name Performa 6400/200) is a mid-range personal computer that is a part of Apple Computer’s Power Macintosh and Macintosh Performa series of Macintosh computers. The … Continue reading

The Apple Power Macintosh 6100/66 (PC), based on the PDM (Piltdown Man) architecture was released alongside the Power Mac 6100/66AV and Power Mac 7100/80AV. It consists of a case design, originally used in the Quadra 610 some 2 years earlier, … Continue reading

The Apple Power Macintosh 6100/66AV, based on the PDM (Piltdown Man) architecture, consists of a  case design, originally used in the Quadra 610 some 2 years earlier, allows for upgrading via a processor direct slot, into which a 90 degree … Continue reading

The Apple Power Macintosh 6100/60AV, based on the PDM (Piltdown Man) architecture, consists of a  case design, originally used in the Macintosh Centris 610 a year earlier, It allows for upgrading via a processor direct slot, into which a 90 degree … Continue reading

The Apple Power Macintosh 6100/60AV, based on the PDM (Piltdown Man) architecture, consists of a  case design, originally used in the Quadra 610 some 2 years earlier, allows for upgrading via a processor direct slot, into which a 90 degree … Continue reading