2003 Xserve G4
Ninemonths after introducing the Xserve as a 1 GHz server, Applebumped performance with one or two 1.33 GHz processors, a 167 MHzsystem bus, and Ultra ATA/133 support. The newer Xserve alsoincludes FireWire 800 ports.
Xserve supports up to 720 GB of internal storage, one or two1.33 GHz G4 CPUs, dual gigabit ethernet, RAID, hot swappabledrives, and remote management while running Mac OS XServer.
For those who want to use Xserve as a workstation, Apple offersthe high performance ATI Radeon 8500 4x AGP video card and all theG4 power they're used to.
Xserve includes an unlimited user license for Mac OS XServer.
- introduced 2003.02.10 at $2,799/1 CPU, $3,799/2 CPU; replaced2004.01.06 by Xserve G5
- requires Mac OS X Server v10.2 or later
- CPU: single or dual 1.33 GHz PowerPC 7455
- bus: 167 MHz
- system performance: unknown
- RAM: 256 MB standard (512 MB in dual processor model),expandable to 2 GB using PC2700 DDR SDRAM at 333 MHz in 4 DIMMslots
- VRAM: 32 MB
- Video: ATI 66 MHz PCI graphics card (AGP 4x card optional)
- L2 cache: 256 KB on-chip L2 cache
- L3 cache: 2 MB per processor offers 3.5 GB/sec. throughput
- hard drive: 60/180 GB 7200 RPM, 4 drive bays, UltraATA/133
- CD-ROM: 24x
- 2 full-length 64-bit/66 MHz PCI slots
- 1 half-length combination PCI/4x AGP slot
- one 400 Mbps FireWire port on front
- two FireWire 800 ports on back
- two 12 Mbps USB ports
- dual 10/100/1000Base-T ethernet
- size (HxWxD): 1.73" x 19" x 28"
- weight: 26.0 lbs. (11.8 kg)
- PRAM battery: 3.6V half-AA
- upgrade path: none yet
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