|CPU:||MIPS R10000, 195Mhz (IP28)|
|IO system:||Dual SCSI channels|
|Storage:||Seagate 36ES2, 18.2 Gb|
|Graphics:||High Impact + Indigo2Video-For-Impact (MGV1)|
|Console:||101 key new style Granite keyboard with US layout|
3 button newstyle granite mouse
20" Sony GDM20E21, SGI Granite
|Sound:||48 kHz analog input/output.|
|Network:||10mbit, RJ45 connector|
|Case:||Purple Indigo2 desktop enclosure|
|OS (current):||Irix 6.2 & Irix 6.5.22m|
|Wanted:||100mbit NIC. Either a Phobos G160 or a plain old 3Com 3c597 EISA|
1Gb RAM :)
The machine was confirmed working before it was shipped to me unfortunately it wouldn't boot when it arrived. After moving the HI+I2VFI assembly one slot up and making sure they were seated securely the machine now boots. Yay me :)
It came with 2 disksleds for the 3.5" bays. The enclosure itself is in good condition but there's a bit of scratching here
The upper front door protecting the 5.25" and top 3.5" bay is complete and the larger door has the IMPACT R10000 badge. I also got a set of vertical foot stands which I intend to use. It also came with an extra mouse an old style model with Granite color.
The initial 256Mb RAM is fitted as 8x32Mb leaving 4 slots vacant.
With the machine I also got an SGI original 1.6" 4.3Gb Quantum drive. I promptly replaced that with the Seagate Barracuda 36ES2 that I had in my Indy.
I've aquired 8x64Mb RAM from an old PC server. The machine now has 8x64Mb + 4x32Mb for a whopping total of 640 Mb RAM.