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HP 9000/742i VME Workstation

Quick Facts
Introduced 1992
CPU 1 PA-7100
50 MHz
Caches 128 KB L1
RAM 64 MB
Design ASP
Drives none
Expansion none
Bandwidth ?
I/O 10E
SCSI
2 serial
parallel

Overview

The Sidewinder is a so-called Single Board Computer (SBC), based on VME. It features basically the same core electronics as the 715/50 on a single board, but has fewer expansion possibilities —it takes only a small amount of RAM, has no on-board expansion slots and graphics hardware (serial console has to be used). The SCSI I/O is routed through the VME-P2 connector at the rear. Since the board features a VME controller it is able to talk to other VME devices on the same bus (and control them).

Internals

CPU

Chipset

Buses

Memory

Expansion

External connectors

References

Manuals

Operating systems

Benchmarks

Model SPEC95, int SPEC95, fp
742i/50 1.53 2.46

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Physical dimensions/Power

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