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Macintosh IIvx

The Macintosh IIvx was introduced at the same time as the Macintish IIvi, the Performa 600 and the Performa 600CD. All these four models used the same case design.

The IIvx ran on the Motorola 68030 @32MHz and came standard with 4MByte of RAM, expandable up to 68MByte. It had 512KByte of VRAM, a CD-ROM and hardrive options from 40MByte to 400MByte. It also had three NuBus slots. Nubus stands for New Bus and is a 32-bit parallel computer bus developed in 1987 at MIT, and used by Apple as the main expansion bus.

By Apple CPU Motorola 68030 @32MHz Memory 4M RAM, 68M Max Sound 8-bit Pulse-width modulation Sprites none Display 640x480 4-bit color, 512x384 8-bit color. Display Chip none Sound Chip TTL Logic for PWM CPU Class 68000 Developed by Apple
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