VAXstation 4000 Model 96

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VAXstation 4000 Model 96
Announcement date: 11 April 1995
Descriptive name: VAXstation 4000 Model 96
OS support (VMS): VMS V5.5-2H4
CPU Details
Number of processors: 1
CPU chip: NVAX [1]
CPU cycle time: 10ns [1]
Compatibility mode: No
Console processor: CPU
Console device: None

The VAXstation 4000 Model 96 was DEC's most powerful microprocessor VAX workstation. It shared its enclosure with the VAXstation 4000 Model 60; it likewise used a motherboard with SIMM memory modules. Several different graphics options were available:

  • LCSPX (accelerated 2D)
  • SPXg (8-plane 3D)
  • SPXgt (24-plane 3D


[1] Customer Update. Volume 6 Issue 4A. 11th April 1995.

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