Intel-based iMac (2006)

The Intel-based iMac, unveiled in 2006, pioneered the move to Intel’s Core Duo processor platform, bringing gains in performance and power efficiency.

CPU
CPU: Intel Core Duo
CPU Speed: 1.83/2.0 GHz (dual core)
FPU: integrated
Bus Speed: 667 MHz
Data Path Width: 64 bit
Address Width: 32 bit
ROM: EFI
RAM Type: PC2-5300 DDR2 SDRAM
Minimum RAM Speed: 667 MHz
Onboard RAM: 0
RAM slots: 2
Maximum RAM: 2.0 GB
Level 1 Cache: 32 kB data, 32 kB instruction
Level 2 Cache: 2.0 MB on-chip, 1:1

Video
Screen: 17/20″ LCD
Video Card/Chipset: ATI Radeon X1600 (PCI Express)
VRAM: 128 MB (GDDR3)
Max Resolution: 24 bit 1440×900/1680×1050
Video Out: mini-DVI
Camera: iSight

Storage
Hard Drive: 160/250 GB 7200 RPM
ATA Bus: Serial-ATA
Optical Drive: 24x/24x/8x/8x/4x/2.4x CD-RW/DVD±RW/DVD+R DL

Input/Output
USB: 3 2.0
Firewire: 2
Audio Out: stereo 24 bit mini, Optical S/PDIF
Audio In: stereo 24 bit mini, Optical S/PDIF
Speaker: stereo
Microphone: mono

Networking
Ethernet: 10/100/1000Base-T
Airport Extreme: standard
Bluetooth: internal 2.0+EDR

Miscellaneous
Family: iMac
Codename: ?
Gestalt ID: 406
Power: 180 Watts
Dimensions: 16.9″ H x 16.8″ W x 6.8″ D
Weight: 15.5 lbs.
Minimum OS: 10.4.4
Maximum OS: 10.5.6
Introduced: January 2006
Terminated: September 2006

Notes
The 20″ model had the following dimensions and weight: 18.6″ H x 19.4″ W x 7.4″ D, 22 lbs. 256 MB of VRAM was available for both models as a BTO option.

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