Origin 200 - 2x 180MHz R10000 / 896MB RAM

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Origin 200 - 2x 180MHz R10000 / 896MB RAM

Unread postby chicaneuk » Fri May 01, 2015 11:47 am

I picked this system up on eBay for the princely sum of £10.50 a month or two back, but it was missing a power supply and fan. I really just bid on a whim expecting not to win so I was kind of surprised I did.

Anyway - been extremely busy and have been skimming eBay on and off for parts but nothing much shows up for SGI's over here very often. Thankfully got in touch with mashek on here and he hooked me up with the spare fan I needed and the power supply for a fair price so I took the plunge. All parts arrived on Wednesday, but then real life issues got in the way again for a few days. Just got home after a stressful few days, friend dropped me over a serial cable and I was able to fire it up for the first time. Seems I plugged everything in correctly (and the gods of Mountain View were smiling on me) as despite never having had an Origin 200, it all worked first time. Here's the hinv (as I had no idea what I'd be getting) - my first dual CPU SGI finally :)

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IP27 Node Board, Module 1, Slot MotherBoard
    ASIC HUB Rev 3, 90 MHz, (nasid 0)
    Processor A: 180 MHz R10000 Rev 2.6
          Secondary Cache 2MB 180MHz Tap 0x8 , (cpu 0)
      R10010FPC Rev 2.6
    Processor B: 180 MHz R10000 Rev 2.6
          Secondary Cache 2MB 180MHz Tap 0x8 , (cpu 1)
      R10010FPC Rev 2.6
    Memory on board, 896 MBytes (Standard)
      Bank 0, 128 MBytes (Standard)  <-- (Software Bank 0)
      Bank 1, 128 MBytes (Standard)
      Bank 2, 128 MBytes (Standard)
      Bank 3, 512 MBytes (Standard)
BASEIO Origin 200 IO Board, Module 1, Slot MotherBoard
    ASIC BRIDGE Rev 4, (widget 8)
    adapter PCI-SCSI Rev 5, (pci id 0)
        peripheral SCSI DISK, ID 1, SGI IBM DPSS-318350M
        peripheral SCSI DISK, ID 2, SGI IBM DORS-32160W
    adapter PCI-SCSI Rev 5, (pci id 1)
    adapter IOC3 Rev 1, (pci id 2)
        controller multi function SuperIO
        controller Ethernet Rev 1
    adapter PCI-SCSI Rev 5, (pci id 6)


Will check the capacities of the disks out and then if I get some spare time over the weekend, might throw a fresh install of IRIX on it. Not much to show in terms of pictures - sadly the front skins are all smashed up (as always seems to be the case with these), front door missing, etc etc.
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Re: Origin 200 - 2x 180MHz R10000 / 896MB RAM

Unread postby uunix » Fri May 01, 2015 12:47 pm

Outstanding.. any cool software on the machine?
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Re: Origin 200 - 2x 180MHz R10000 / 896MB RAM

Unread postby chicaneuk » Fri May 01, 2015 12:52 pm

Not sure mate - it did actually boot with the disks it came with, but not done any investigation as yet. Will try and dig into it in the next few days :)
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Re: Origin 200 - 2x 180MHz R10000 / 896MB RAM

Unread postby jan-jaap » Fri May 01, 2015 1:21 pm

Good to see it all worked out!
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