Power Mac G4

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The Power Mac G4 was a series of personal computers that was designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple between 1999 and 2004. They used the PowerPC G4 (PPC74xx) series of microprocessors. They were herald by Apple to be the first personal supercomputers, reaching speeds of 4 to 20 Gigaflops. It was both the last Macintosh to boot natively into Classic Mac OS and the first to boot exclusively into Mac OS X.

Original models

The original Apple Power Mac G4, code name "Yikes!", was introduced at the Seybold conference in San Francisco on August 31, 1999,

The early (later ) PCI-based version used a motherboard identical to the one used in Power Macintosh G3 computers (minus the ADB port), in a "graphite" colored case and with the new Motorola PowerPC 7400 (G4) CPU. The higher-speed models, code name "Sawtooth", used a greatly modified motherboard design with AGP 2x graphics (replacing the PCI slot). In December 1999, the entire Power Mac G4 line was updated to the AGP motherboard.

The machines featured DVD-ROM drives as standard. The and versions had Zip drives as standard equipment, and as an option on the Sawtooth....
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