Subject: RE: OT: Have Alpha 233 mHz processor... Need everything else...
To: 'Wilko Bulte' <email@example.com>
From: David Woyciesjes <DAW@yalepress3.unipress.yale.edu>
Date: 01/19/2001 10:21:00
Well, I figure I'll use this, if I can get other parts for
reasonable. Why let it sit around, when I can put it to work as a firewall,
or some other server purpose. As for speed, it's still faster the the 166
Multias I have...
You asked what happens on power up of the Multia? Well, I sent in a
message to this list on June 8, 2000...
I did try the fail safe on that machine, with no luck. It all points to
Flash memory being bad. Here's the message with the results...
FYI, according to DEC's "Multia MultiClient Desktop Service
Information" book (p/n EK-MULTS-IN.C01), on page 5, Specifications, it lists
the 166MHz as a Digital '21066-AA (LCA)' CPU model, and the 233 as '21068-AA
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-> -----Original Message-----
-> From: Wilko Bulte [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
-> Sent: Friday, January 19, 2001 3:28 AM
-> To: email@example.com
-> Subject: Re: OT: Have Alpha 233 mHz processor... Need
-> everything else...
-> On Fri, Jan 19, 2001 at 01:05:35AM -0500, Kevin P. Neal wrote:
-> > On Fri, Jan 19, 2001 at 12:00:17AM +0100, Wilko Bulte wrote:
-> > > On Thu, Jan 18, 2001 at 04:39:57PM -0500, David Woyciesjes wrote:
-> > > > Hello gents, hopefully you can help. I have a
-> 233 mHz DEC Multia,
-> > > > apparently the flash/SRM console ships are dead. Does
-> anyone know of or have
-> > > > another motherboard or system I can use this processor
-> (21068-AA) in?
-> > >
-> > > A NoName (AXPpci33) board comes to mind.
-> > Say, isn't the 21068 the 66 MHz chip? I was under the
-> impression the 233 MHz
-> > part was the 21066A.
-> 233 is 21066A IIRC. 21068 should also work in NoName. I'm
-> not sure you'd
-> want to use it for sheer lack of speed though..
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