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Apple Mac WGS 95

The Apple Macintosh WGS 95 features a 33 MHz 68040 processor, 16 MB or 32 MB of RAM, either a 230 MB or 1.0 GB hard drive, and a PDS card with a level 2 cache and a secondary SCSI bus in the expandable tower case of the Quadra 900. This model is unique because it runs the MacOS, but is only full-featured running A/UX, Apple's Unix OS; so one could argue that this is barely a Macintosh, in spite of its name. In the picture, the WGS 95 is on the left.


Introduction Date:

March 22, 1993

Discontinued Date:

April 3, 1995

Processor Type:

68040

Processor Speed:

33 MHz 1.

Processor Upgrade:

N/A

FPU (Integrated):

68040

System Bus Speed:

33 MHz

Lookaside Bus Speed:

33 MHz

ROM Size:

1 MB

Data Path:

32-bit

Level 1 Cache:

8k

Level 2 Cache:

256k, 512k (PDS)

RAM Type:

80 ns 30-pin SIMM

VRAM Type:

80 ns VRAM SIMM

Standard RAM:

16 MB, 32 MB

Maximum RAM:

256 MB

Motherboard RAM:

None

RAM Slots:

16 (groups of 4)

Standard VRAM:

1 MB

Maximum VRAM:

2 MB 2.

Standard Hard Drive:

230 MB, 1.0 GB

Int. Hard Drive Type:

SCSI

Standard CD-ROM:

2X (optional)

Standard Disk:

1.44 MB (auto)

Standard Modem:

N/A

Standard Ethernet:

AAUI-15

Case Type:

Tower

Form Factor:

Mac Quadra 900

Exp. Slots:

5 NuBus, 040 PDS 3.

Exp. Bays (Free):

None 4.

Battery Type:

3.6V Lithium

Battery Life:

N/A

Built-in Display:

N/A

Supported MacOS:

N/A 5.

Dimensions:

18.6 x 8.9 x 20.6 6.

Avg. Weight:

36.8 lbs.

Original Price:

$7590, $8120, $9250

Est. Current Price:

$50-$100 US

Notes:

1. This model is sometimes designated as having a 66 MHz processor,
since the clock input runs at 66 MHz. However, the processor itself
is not "clock doubled", so technically it is only a 33 MHz processor.
2. 1 MB soldered, four slots can be filled with 256k SIMMs for 2 MB.
3. PDS slot filled with level 2 cache/SCSI card.
4. One external 5.25" bay is available if CD-ROM is not installed.
5. Doesn't officially support the MacOS, only officially operates with A/UX.
6. In inches, height x width x depth.
7. Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc. (MacUser Advertisement).