Subject: Re: VUP - speediedeamons and the World's Slowest VAX?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 02/03/2000 02:53:15
>On Wed, 02 Feb 2000, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>>The VAX 4000-400 is based on the KA675 (L4002-CA) which is an NVAX running at
>>16ns. I'm moderately sure that it has the VIC turned off but my manuals are not
>>to hand right now.
> My info says the 4000-400 is a Mariah-based machine, not NVAX.
I've just checked with both the KA675/KA680/KA690 System Maintenance Guide and
with the Addendum to the KA680 Technical Manual and both of them agree that the
KA675 (VAX 4000-400) is based on the NVAX chip (DC246).
Mariah was used in the VAX 6000-500, the MicroVAX 3100-80 and the VAXstation
4000-60 but that's about all.