[rescue] Resurrecting an IBM RS/6000 model 590
Francisco Javier Mesa-Martinez
lefa at ucsc.edu
Mon Feb 9 03:44:13 CST 2004
On Sun, 8 Feb 2004, r.stricklin wrote:
> On Feb 8, 2004, at 8:57 PM, Dave McGuire wrote:
> > A 590 is a 66MHz POWER-based RS/6000 that can take up to 2GB of RAM.
> > It is a very capable system despite its low clock rate, especially
> > for floating-point work. The 590 was pretty much top-of-the-line for
> > a long time. I know several people who would very much like to get
> > their hands on one, myself included.
> Will these "several people" please e-mail me about these two extra
> 7013-591 systems I have, which want nothing more than to be loved by
> new owners?
I will piggy back to your post and add that we have got here a 595 that
also needs a new house, and I am just too busy to ship it so it must be
pick up only. We have also an ultra 1 a few SUN monitors and probably a
another pile of Sparc 5s (last time I got a pile of Sparc 10's and 20's
they went pretty quickly). And last but not least a MasPar, and a Onyx.
All of them for pick up only, unless you can deal with delayed shipping
due to my absence of short term memory. If anyone knows of a worthwhile
place to donate stuff like this (educational places?) lemme know, as I tend
to get shit loads of stuff that is other ways destined to the dumpster or
to the evil surplus place in our campus :(.
I am not very good at replying every post on time since I am in Ph.D.
thesis hell so bear with me, but every month or so I get new stuff so I
can donate a bunch of sparc/IBM/other risc stuffs to people who are going
to use it.
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