Apple PowerMac G4 AGP
Although it was released (or at least announced) at the same time as the G4 Graphite (PCI Graphics), the G4 AGP was a major development.
While the PCI Graphics G4 Graphite was based on the same motherboard as the G3 Blue and White, the PowerMac G4 AGP Graphics had a motherboard designed around its MPC 7400 G4 CPU.
Even the 350 MHz version of these machines have a DVD-ROM as standard, while the higher spec versions have a DVD-RAM fitted.
The USB ports are on separate buses, allowing both to be used to the full limit of USB data throughput. For serious data transfer the G4 AGP Graphics has 2 external and 1 internal FireWire ports.
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Original Tech Specs
- Introduced: September 1999
- CPU: MPC 7400 (G4)
- CPU speed: 350/400/450/500 MHz
- FPU: integrated
- Maximum RAM: 1.5 GB
- RAM sockets: 4, PC100 SDRAM DIMM
- Minimum speed: 100 MHz/10 ns
- VRAM: 16 MB ATI RAGE 128 Pro AGP
- ROM: 1 MB ROM + 3 MB toolbox ROM loaded into RAM
- L1 cache: 32 k data, 32 k instruction
- L2 cache: 1 MB backside (1:2)
- Data path: 64 bit
- bus speed: 100 MHz
- System Software: 9.0.4 - 10.4
- slots: 3 PCI, 1 (2x) AGP
- SCSI: optional
- USB: 2
- FireWire: 2 external, 1 internal
- Zip: optional
- AirPort: optional
- HD: 20 - 36 GB Ultra ATA-66
- CD: DVD-ROM/RAM
- Sound Output: stereo 16 bit
- Sound Input: stereo 16 bit
- Ethernet: 10/100B-T
- Gestalt ID: 406
- Power: 200 Watts
- Weight: 28.7 lbs.
- Dimensions: 17" H x 8.9" W x 18.4"