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Indigo2, R10k 195MHz, 160Mb RAM, High Impact w/ TRAM, 146Gb SCA

Posted: Thu Aug 17, 2017 11:58 am
by JohnnyJohnny

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FPU: MIPS R10010 Floating Point Chip Revision: 0.0
CPU: MIPS R10000 Processor Chip Revision: 2.5
1 195 MHZ IP28 Processor
Main memory size: 160 Mbytes
Secondary unified instruction/data cache size: 1 Mbyte
Instruction cache size: 32 Kbytes
Data cache size: 32 Kbytes
Integral SCSI controller 0: Version WD33C93B, revision D
  Disk drive: unit 1 on SCSI controller 0
Integral SCSI controller 1: Version WD33C93B, revision D
On-board serial ports: 2
On-board bi-directional parallel port
Graphics board: High Impact/TRAM option card
Integral Ethernet: ec0, version 1
Iris Audio Processor: version A2 revision 1.1.0
EISA bus: adapter 0


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Graphics board 0 is "IMPACTPC" graphics.
   Managed (":0.0") 1600x1200
   Product ID 0x0, 1 GE, 1 RE, 4 TRAMs
   MGRAS revision 3, RA revision 5
   HQ rev A, GE11 rev B, RE4 rev A, PP1 rev A,
   VC3 rev A, CMAP rev DMC rev D
   21" monitor (id 0xb)

   Channel 0:
    Origin = (0,0)
    Video Output: 1600 pixels, 1200 lines, 57.03Hz (1600x1200_57)


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sc0d1l0:  Disk         SEAGATE ST3146707LC     0003  Serial: 3KS090B0


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IRIX64 bottlecap 6.5 11051732 IP28

Found a vintage audio repair shop right around the corner from my house who repaired my PSU for CA$120. The technician replaced the capacitors, cleaned it out, re-soldered some connections, and chemically cleaned the wiring for the drives. He mentioned that there was signs that the drive wiring was getting really hot, so I'll have to keep an eye on it.

With the PSU working, I could now boot the system and install IRIX 6.5.2m onto the new HHD. My external HP CD-ROM worked just fine, which I was surprised about since I've been having lots of problems with it on my Indy.

Just need to bump up the RAM to 394Mb, then I'll be happy with it.

Re: Indigo2, R10k 195MHz, 160Mb RAM, High Impact w/ TRAM, 146Gb SCA

Posted: Thu Aug 17, 2017 1:54 pm
by dexter1
Give that repairman an extra can of beer, sounds like he deserved it!

A 100 mbit card would be a nice addition, but having 146GB inside is very adequate.