[rescue] FS: AlphaServer 4100 parts

Phil Stracchino alaric at caerllewys.net
Sat Aug 28 02:15:41 CDT 2004

On Sat, Aug 28, 2004 at 12:12:39AM -0700, r.stricklin wrote:
> On Aug 25, 2004, at 12:21 PM, Janet L. Campbell wrote:
> >Eight AS4100 466MHz/4M CPU boards (DEC p/n B3004-DA)
> >Sixteen AS4100 256MB memory boards (DEC p/n B3030-EA)
> >
> If somebody wants to grab these to put together an AS4000 or 4100 
> system the hard way, I have eight AS4x00 base units (I think 4x 4000s 
> and 4x 4100s, all rack mount) with no memory or CPU (some have the 
> optional second PCI card cage fitted) I need to clear out of my 
> warehouse. I could very easily be pursuaded to part with any or all of 
> them.

What's the difference between a 4000 and 4100?  I have two 4000s here,
one bare, one with two 300MHz EV5s and 1.5G of RAM, plus more
Storageworks gear than you can shake a stick at.

(Everything but the racks they're in is available.)

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