Subject: Re: anyone need GS160 cpu boards?
To: Steve Rikli <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Greg A. Woods <email@example.com>
Date: 08/11/2006 13:30:29
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At Mon, 7 Aug 2006 18:05:37 -0700,
Steve Rikli wrote:
> Scrounged from a dead AlphaServer GS160:
> - CPU board, part# B4125-AC (quantity=3D3)
> These are located in Silicon Valley, USA.
> Free to any good NetBSD home -- all I ask is repayment for shipping.
> I don't actually know how fast these things are, but if someone is
> interested and can tell me where to look on the pcb, there are some
> other stickers and silkscreening so I might be able to figure it out.
Google says the BA4125-AC is 731MHz
Wish I could afford to purchase, and ship, and even more imporantly
afford to run, that nice GS160 that's on eBay right now for just under
$15k (item # 250016006663). Then I could use some more CPU boards! :-)
(though I don't know if you can mix speeds in a GS160, even if they are
in different firebox shelves?)
Greg A. Woods
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