Power Macintosh 7300
The Power Macintosh 7300 (codenamed Montana) was a personal computer created by Apple in the Power Macintosh series. The Power Macintosh is Apple's replacement for the Power Macintosh 7200. This personal computer was released in February 17, 1997.

All three Power Macintosh 7300 models are based in the PowerPC 604e, and run at 166 MHz, 180 MHz and 200 MHz, respectively. In the case of the 166 MHz model, it was sold only for Asia.


The Power Mac 7300 is business-ready, specs-wise personal computer. The Power Macintosh 7300 comes with:

32 MB of RAM (expandable to 512 MB using 70ns 168-pin DIMMs, but Apple notes it has not been tested yet)

Interleaved RAM

2 GB hard drive

150W of power

Level 2 cache

12x CD-ROM drive

Built-in Ethernet

The 7300, like the 7200, does not have video inputs.


  • Power Macintosh 7300/166 (Asia only)
  • Power Macintosh 7300/180
  • Power Macintosh 7300/200

Software Included with Power Macintosh 7300

  • Mac OS 7.5.5
  • Finder 7.5.5
  • LaserWriter 8.3.4
  • QuickTime 2.5
  • Sound Manager
  • Speech Manager
  • QuickDraw 3D
  • QuickDraw GX (QuickDraw GX, ColorSync 1.0.5, and Adobe Type Manager 3.8.3 were included)
  • CD-ROM (includes Apple CD-ROM, Foreign File Access, Apple Photo Access, etc.)

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