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a Performa 5200.

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Mac OS 8.1
CPU: 75 MHz PPC 603 
bus: network and SCSI run at 10 MHz, RAM and IDE at 22.5 MHz, CPU at 37.5 MHz, graphics at 30 MHz 
performance: XXX (relative to SE) 
ROM: 4 MB 
RAM: 64
VRAM: 1 MB, not expandable 
Video: thousands of colors at 640 x 480, 256 at 800 x 600 and 832 x 624 
L2 cache: 256 KB 
Sound:16-bit mono
 mic: standard 3.5mm minijack,ADB port for keyboard and mouse 
DIN-8 serial ports on back of computer
DB-25 SCSI connector on back of computer 
one LC PDS slot, one comm slot, one TV slot, one video I/O slot
Okay, what games and programs can I run on this old girl? I'm a retro fan.
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a Performa 5200.

Code:
Mac OS 8.1
CPU: 75 MHz PPC 603 
bus: network and SCSI run at 10 MHz, RAM and IDE at 22.5 MHz, CPU at 37.5 MHz, graphics at 30 MHz 
performance: XXX (relative to SE) 
ROM: 4 MB 
RAM: 64
VRAM: 1 MB, not expandable 
Video: thousands of colors at 640 x 480, 256 at 800 x 600 and 832 x 624 
L2 cache: 256 KB 
Sound:16-bit mono
 mic: standard 3.5mm minijack,ADB port for keyboard and mouse 
DIN-8 serial ports on back of computer
DB-25 SCSI connector on back of computer 
one LC PDS slot, one comm slot, one TV slot, one video I/O slot
Okay, what games and programs can I run on this old girl? I'm a retro fan.
I found this:

http://www.lowendmac.com/sw.html

If you can get hold of a few old mag discs from the time of this OS then you'll be set.
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you can probably run oregon trail and where in the world is carmen sandiego on that one.....maybe some solitaire or chess?
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