MicroVAX 3500/3600

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MicroVAX 3500/3600
Summary
Announcement date: 9 September 1987
Codename: Mayfair
OS support (VMS): V4.7A or later
OS support (ULTRIX): ULTRIX V2.2
CPU Details
CPU name (VMS): KA650
CPU name (console): KA650-A
CPU module: KA650
Module: M7620
Number of processors: 1
VMS DCL CPU: 10
VMS DCL XCPU: 1
SID: 0A000005
XSID: 01530101
CPU chip: 78034 (CVAX) [2]
FPU chip: 78132
CPU technology: CMOS
CPU cycle time: 90ns [2]
Instruction-buffer: 12 bytes [2]
Translation-buffer: 28 entries [2]
Cache: 1KB (90ns) [2]
Backup cache: 64KB (180ns) [2]
Compatibility mode: No
Console processor: CPU
Console device: None
Firmware version: V5.3
Memory
Minimum memory: 2MB
Maximum memory: 64MB
I/O
Q-bus: 1 @ 3.3MB/s
LAN support: optional
A MicroVAX 3600

The MicroVAX 3500 and MicroVAX 3600 are very similar; the only distinction appears to be the enclosure: the 3500 was available in the BA213, and the 3600 in the H9644. The bus used was the QBUS.

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References

[1] Special Sales Update. Sep 1987.
[2] "CVAX-based Systems", Digital Technical Journal, Vol 1 No 7, August 1988.
[3] VAX Systems Hardware Handbook -- VAXBI Systems. EB-31692-46
[4] VAXcluster Systems. Guidelines for VAXCluster System Configurations. EK-VAXCT-CG-006