The PowerMac 6360 was the final installment in this form factor. It shipped with a 160 MHz 603e CPU and was the first Performa/PowerMac to use 168-pin 5v dimms.
Like all the previous Macs that used this case access to the CD, hard drive and floppy is through the front panel which can be unclipped. Just press in the two clips on the bottom of the front panel and lift up freeing the three tabs that hold the faceplate on from the top.
To gain access to the CD or hard drive you must remove the plate covering the hard drive first.
The rear panel is has access to the ADB, serial, SCSI, microphone, speaker and built in video ports. I
have added an ATI video card as well as a comm slot 10T ethernet card. You can also add the Apple TV/Video cards although they do not work appear to work with OS 9.
To access the motherboard just unclip the rear cover or remove the top two screws if they are used. Then unhook the small metal wire/handle and pull out the motherboard.
All of the wiring for the motherbaord to the case is done through this connector. (top of board)
Things start getting pretty crowded once you fill up some of the slots. There is a motherboard riser card that can be used for one PCI device. I tracked down a Comm slot ethernet card so I could install a higher quality ATI video card in the single slot.
Though the 6360 can accept 168 pin 5v dimms this motherboard does not seem to work with 128MB dimms it only sees 128 MB instead of the full 256 MB. The most memory I have been able to run in this Mac is two 64 MB dimms.
Like the first Mac to use this form factor the CD rom uses adaptors on the rear to connect it to the motherboard.
The 6360 uses the new version of Comm slot so the first version comm slot devices will not fit.
One other upgrade I've added is this this cache slot G3 accelerator card made by Sonnet Technologies. I find this type of upgrade can be hit or miss but this particular one works quite well. Of note this accelerator card will also work in a 20th Anniversary Mac....
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