Indy R4400 200MHz 24-bit video 256MB

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Indy R4400 200MHz 24-bit video 256MB

Unread postby netfreak » Thu Jan 11, 2018 10:05 pm

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CPU: MIPS R4400 Processor Chip Revision: 6.0
FPU: MIPS R4000 Floating Point Coprocessor Revision: 0.0
1 200 MHZ IP22 Processor
Main memory size: 256 Mbytes
Secondary unified instruction/data cache size: 1 Mbyte on Processor 0
Instruction cache size: 16 Kbytes
Data cache size: 16 Kbytes
Integral SCSI controller 0: Version WD33C93B, revision D
  Disk drive: unit 1 on SCSI controller 0 (unit 1)
On-board serial ports: 2
On-board bi-directional parallel port
Graphics board: Indy 24-bit
Integral Ethernet: ec0, version 1
Integral ISDN: Basic Rate Interface unit 0, revision 1.0
Iris Audio Processor: version A2 revision 4.1.0
Vino video: unit 0, revision 0, IndyCam not connected


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Graphics board 0 is "NG1" graphics.
        Managed (":0.0") 1024x768
        24 bitplanes, NG1 revision 3, REX3 revision B, VC2 revision A
        MC revision C, xmap9 revision A, cmap revision C, bt445 revision A
        Display 1024x768 @ 60Hz, monitor id 15


Bought a bunch of Indys off eBay in 2006 and only last month got around to trying out one of the two I had left. Picked up a few system upgrades and also the SCSI2SD as I'm out of good disks.

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Re: Indy R4400 200MHz 24-bit video 256MB

Unread postby Intuition » Fri Jan 26, 2018 9:38 pm

Nice find. Only getting into them now?

Have any ideas of how you'll use the one you posted the hinv for?
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Re: Indy R4400 200MHz 24-bit video 256MB

Unread postby japes » Fri Jan 26, 2018 10:51 pm

netfreak wrote:Bought a bunch of Indys off eBay in 2006 and only last month got around to trying out one of the two I had left. Picked up a few system upgrades and also the SCSI2SD as I'm out of good disks.


What a pretty stack of Indy. Which SCSI2SD did you get? Have you given it a try? I have a few systems I want to use them in, I picked up a v6 around Christmas and haven't done anything with it yet, the plan is for it to be in an Indigo.
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Re: Indy R4400 200MHz 24-bit video 256MB

Unread postby netfreak » Fri Jan 26, 2018 10:58 pm

Intuition wrote:Nice find. Only getting into them now?

Have any ideas of how you'll use the one you posted the hinv for?


Yeah I'm more of a vintage Mac guy and I originally bought these just so I could actually own an SGI machine. After getting IRIX installed and playing around I decided to break the bank a little more and ordered a Sony PSU and R5000 upgrade, arriving monday probably. Might poke around with graphics apps or whatever I come across.
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Re: Indy R4400 200MHz 24-bit video 256MB

Unread postby netfreak » Fri Jan 26, 2018 11:00 pm

japes wrote:
netfreak wrote:Bought a bunch of Indys off eBay in 2006 and only last month got around to trying out one of the two I had left. Picked up a few system upgrades and also the SCSI2SD as I'm out of good disks.


What a pretty stack of Indy. Which SCSI2SD did you get? Have you given it a try? I have a few systems I want to use them in, I picked up a v6 around Christmas and haven't done anything with it yet, the plan is for it to be in an Indigo.


I'm running the SCSI2SD v5 mainly due to cost as I had to buy 3 of them (2 for my vintage Mac purposes). I've got one already in my main Indy and seems to work no problem. Just using a 16GB class 10 card which seems to be enough for me, at least for now.
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Re: Indy R4400 200MHz 24-bit video 256MB

Unread postby squire » Mon Feb 05, 2018 3:12 pm

netfreak wrote:
japes wrote:
netfreak wrote:Bought a bunch of Indys off eBay in 2006 and only last month got around to trying out one of the two I had left. Picked up a few system upgrades and also the SCSI2SD as I'm out of good disks.


What a pretty stack of Indy. Which SCSI2SD did you get? Have you given it a try? I have a few systems I want to use them in, I picked up a v6 around Christmas and haven't done anything with it yet, the plan is for it to be in an Indigo.


I'm running the SCSI2SD v5 mainly due to cost as I had to buy 3 of them (2 for my vintage Mac purposes). I've got one already in my main Indy and seems to work no problem. Just using a 16GB class 10 card which seems to be enough for me, at least for now.


How much did you pay for the SCSI2SD and the cards, If I may ask? I was contemplating a purchase until I started to scour the 2nd hand market for a few months. I managed to score several drives in beautiful condition for next to nothing. Maybe I was just lucky, but afterwards the SCSI2SD seemed like a very expensive purchase.

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Re: Indy R4400 200MHz 24-bit video 256MB

Unread postby netfreak » Mon Feb 05, 2018 6:58 pm

squire wrote:
netfreak wrote:
japes wrote:
netfreak wrote:Bought a bunch of Indys off eBay in 2006 and only last month got around to trying out one of the two I had left. Picked up a few system upgrades and also the SCSI2SD as I'm out of good disks.


What a pretty stack of Indy. Which SCSI2SD did you get? Have you given it a try? I have a few systems I want to use them in, I picked up a v6 around Christmas and haven't done anything with it yet, the plan is for it to be in an Indigo.


I'm running the SCSI2SD v5 mainly due to cost as I had to buy 3 of them (2 for my vintage Mac purposes). I've got one already in my main Indy and seems to work no problem. Just using a 16GB class 10 card which seems to be enough for me, at least for now.


How much did you pay for the SCSI2SD and the cards, If I may ask? I was contemplating a purchase until I started to scour the 2nd hand market for a few months. I managed to score several drives in beautiful condition for next to nothing. Maybe I was just lucky, but afterwards the SCSI2SD seemed like a very expensive purchase.


The SCSI2SD v5 was $60 USD from an online store Inertia Computing. The class 10 SD card I just picked up from a local shop for probably $15. The v6 version of SCSI2SD I think is about $100 and that was more than I could reasonably spend.
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