Genesis MP & Millennium
General Specifications

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The DayStar Genesis MP and Millennium systems are identical except for outside case color. The Millennium is black, the Genesis MP is "Apple" Platinum.

Case Style
Floor standing tower with easy access to all motherboard components, including RAM, hard drives and PCI expansion cards.
Outer Dimensions:
21"h x 8.5"w x 22.25"d
Drive Expansion
(10) drive bays; (3) 5.25-inch or 3.5-inch bays with external access & (7) 3.5-inch internal drive bays.
Expansion Bus
(6)+ PCI slots
Processor Support
PowerPC 604e, from one to four CPUs
PowerPC 750, single CPU
Upgradable CPU
Yes, users can upgrade to faster, and/or additional processors.
Memory Expansion
12 DIMM slots capable of supporting 1.5 GB of RAM
Memory data path
64-bit data bus, 128-bit interleaving supported.
Power Supply
350 watt
Internal SCSI
Fast, SCSI-2 (supports 7 devices)
External SCSI
Standard (supports 7 devices)
Internal, Quad speed, tray load
Sound Support
16-bit stereo in and out
Ethernet [10BaseT, Apple AUI (AAUI)] and AppleTalk support
Additional I/0
GeoPort, Serial and ADB support
Additional Controls
Power on front panel.

System Configuration

PowerPC 604e, from one to four CPUs, 180MHz to 233 MHz
PowerPC 750, single CPU, 250 MHz and up, as available.
Processor Card
2 or 4 processors
Compatible with all 9500/8500 compatible CPU cards
Secondary Cache
512K static RAM cache
Video Support
PCI video card required (optional)
Multispeed CD-ROM included
Mouse included. Keyboard, monitor and video card sold separately.
Price List
View the latest price list for Genesis MP.
Year 2000 Compliance.
All DayStar systems are designed around the Mac OS, and therefore are completely year 2000 compliant.
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