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== DECstation 3100 and DECstation 2100 ==
 
== DECstation 3100 and DECstation 2100 ==
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{{Infobox Machine
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| name = DECstation 3100 "PMAX"
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| manufacturer = [[DEC]]
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| year introduced = 11 January 1989
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| cpu = R2000 [[MIPS]]
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| clock speed = 16.67 MHz
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| ram = 4 to 24 MB
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The 3100 was known as PMAX and the 2100 as PMIN.
 
The 3100 was known as PMAX and the 2100 as PMIN.

Revision as of 01:48, 19 July 2009

DECstation 500/200 with cover removed.

The DECstation was a brand of computers used by DEC, and refers to three distinct lines of computer systems—the first released in 1978 as a word processing system, and the latter (more widely known) two both released in 1989. These comprised a range of computer workstations based on the MIPS architecture and a range of PC compatibles. The MIPS-based workstations ran Ultrix, a DEC-proprietary version of UNIX.

DECstation 3100 and DECstation 2100

DECstation 3100 "PMAX"
Manufacturer: DEC
Year Introduced: 11 January 1989
Cycle Time: 16.67 MHz
Memory Size: 4 to 24 MB
CPU: R2000 MIPS


The 3100 was known as PMAX and the 2100 as PMIN.

Emulation

They can be emulated well by GXemul.