Subject: Re: data general aviion identification
To: salo <salo@Xtrmntr.org>
From: Matthew Hudson <email@example.com>
Date: 07/09/2001 19:07:49
Sounds like 2 AV400 and one AV4600 if you look down close to the power
connector you should find the model numbers.
> On Mon, Jul 09, 2001 at 02:45:17PM -0400, Allen Briggs wrote:
> > On Mon, Jul 09, 2001 at 08:27:32PM +0200, salo wrote:
> > > ah. so it seems that there are only one usable. because it has 6 m88100 cpus
> > > on two cpu boards in the upper side of mainboard. and other ones have only
> > > those m88200 cmmus - no cpus though.
> > Weird. On my deskside units, the CPU(s) are down on the lower-left side
> > of the mainboard (see http://www.ninthwonder.com/~briggs/aviion/av400.html).
> > One of my systems is a dual-CPU -- there is a card with a CPU + 2CMMUs
> > that sits above the mainboard where the primary CPU and CMMUs are.
> ok, now i see that i was completely wrong :). i just checked first chip only.
> three boxes are exactly the same as yours. but no graphics card there. that
> card looks like yours and it is only in that another box. it has cpu boards in
> place of memory slots (two boards in two levels, one over another one) and
> memory slots are in place of cpus/cmmus. in those three boxes cpu and cmmus
> are on mainboard. in that another box boards with cpus are connected into two
> sockets in left side.
> > Do you have a socket or a space for the CPU?
> see above.
> so, result is that i have three av400 boxes and one slightly different,
> probably too av400 but older type? or newer one?
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