[rescue] FS: Sun, SGI, PC stuff; rack.
alex at lava-net.com
alex at lava-net.com
Thu Aug 18 10:24:06 CDT 2005
Do you still have the sun 711? might take that if shipping to 06470
isn't too much.
Also if you still have the dual p2 mobo I could take that off your
hands, especially if you can ship it with the 711.
On Sun, Aug 14, 2005
at 03:49:15AM -0500, Micah R Ledbetter wrote:
> Wow, I've got quite a bunch of stuff here - I didn't realize I had
> this much! I'll take pictures of anything, and I'll try to get any
> other information you require. Contact me offlist.
> First a summary, and then details.
> * Sun Ultra AXmp
> * Sun Ultra 2
> * Sun D1000
> * Sun 711
> * Sun Ultra AXe board (x2), proc and RAM (x1)
> * SGI Iris Indigo (x2)
> * SGI Iris Indigo keyboard and mouse (x2)
> * SGI 320 PSU
> * Rackmount rails
> * Rack, 24U
> * PC, 1U rackmount, no processor/drives
> * HP Kayak motherboard (ATX dual P3)
> * SuperMicro Super P6DLS (ATX dual P2) (broken?)
> * Trenton TR-T2VPCI (PCISA Single Board Computer)
> * PCISA Backplane, model number PCI-19S
> * Compaq IA-2
> * Grab-bag-o-RAM
> Sun Ultra AXmp, rebadged as an Integrix RS450.
> * The AXmp was a board that Sun sold to OEMs.
> * Data sheet here: www.sun.com/oem/products/manuals/axmp_datasheet.pdf
> * OEM tech manual here: www.sun.com/oem/products/manuals/805-5865-07.pdf
> * I can't seem to find the more detailed info from Sun's site...
> (does Sun no longer host all the docs it used to host?)
> * 4x400MHz UltraSparc II processors
> * 16 RAM slots, half filled, w/ 1GB of RAM. Can take 2GB max, perhaps
> * 2 half-height SCA disk slots, hot swappable, one w/ a 4GB disk. No OS.
> * 6 usable PCI slots.
> * One with a 100mbit ethernet (hme?)
> * The other with an ATi Mach 64 Rage II PCI card.
> * 5U rackmount case with holes for rails.
> * shipped, is 90lbs, 30x30x18"
> * I'd like $800 plus shipping on this guy, but please make me an offer.
> * Bonus: comes with an extra 1GB of RAM that may or may not work.
> Sun Ultra 2:
> * third-party rackmount (3U) all-metal case. Ventilated on the sides.
> * It's difficult to swap disks in and out in this case.
> * No space for internal CDROM. However HDDs may be half- or full-
> * 2x167MHz procs
> * 256MB of RAM in 4 slots.
> * single 9GB disk. Maybe 2 of them if you're nice.
> * Creator framebuffer of some kind - Creator3d?.
> * shipping is heavier than most U2s; the case is a rather thick metal..
> * $45 plus shipping.
> * I'll add a keyboard and mouse for another $10.
> Sun D1000:
> * the 12-disk 1/3-height flavor.
> * The whole door comes off when you open it. It stays on just fine
> * has the rackmount ears. These things seem to be hard to find.
> * I'd like to get at least $100 plus shipping, but feel free to make
> Sun 711:
> * the twelve-slot variety.
> * untested, but believed working.
> * $25 plus shipping.
> Sun Ultra AXe:
> * an ATX system board that Sun sold to OEMs. Kidna PC-ish.
> * no on-board SCSI, but IDE, video, serial, 3 PCI slots, takes PS/2
> * I have two boards, one 300MHz processor, and 256MB of RAM
> * $10 for only the board, untested.
> * $20 for a board, processor, and RAM, tested together.
> * I've also got an LSI dual SCSI card that works in these. Tested. $15.
> * prices above do not include shipping.
> SGI Iris Indigo:
> * got two of them. No clue what's in them.
> * Tried several times to make them boot, and at least one boots to
> * both believed working; self believed incompetent. However, no
> * each has one disk and some kind of video out the back (not the same).
> * Best offer.
> SGI Iris Indigo keyboard and mouse:
> * also have two of each.
> * $15/keyboard and $25/mouse.
> Power supply for the SGI 320:
> * the 320 was a dual P3 machine that SGI sold that ran Windows or Linux
> * It took a special PSU. This is it.
> * I think I paid $15 for it and I've never tested it. Best offer.
> Rackmount rails:
> * two pair.
> * $15/pair or $25 for both pair, plus shipping.
> * Half-height rack, 24U
> * Formerly DEC I believe
> * Heavy. You probably don't want to ship this, but I will if you like.
> * I will deliver this if you are close for just a tank of gas.
> * Highest offer takes it. Even if it's close to nothing.
> * Rackmount (1U). Has rack ears.
> * 2 hotswap slots for 1/3-height hard drives, but I only have one
> tray. :(
> * SCSI backplane. The drives can be IDE, but they won't hotswap
> * Dual P3 motherboard w/ SCSI (socket 970). No processors.
> * 512MB or 1GB of RAM in 4 low-profile DIMMs.
> * one PCI-X slot w/ riser.
> * no PSU.
> * $40 plus shipping.
> HP Kayak XU800 board
> * ATX dual P3 (slot 1) motherboard, w/ SCSI, 64-bit PCI, AGP, sound.
> * includes the *RDRAM* memory board, supporting up to 2GB (I think)
> * I believe this works in a normal ATX case.
> * $20? plus shipping.
> SuperMicro Super P6DLS
> * ATX dual P2 (slot 1) motherboard
> * SCSI, PCI, ISA, AGP, 4xDIMM, IDE, sound, USB
> * this may not work. I don't remember, actually.
> * $5 plus shipping, or free plus shipping if you buy anything else.
> Trenton TR-T2VPCI (PCISA Single Board Computer)
> * PCISA Bus
> * 200MHz?, 64MB? SIMMs, IDE, SCSI, floppy, video, serial, keyboard.
> * tested working
> * I have some (digital) documentation on this, jumper settings and such.
> * $12 plus shipping, or $20 w/ backplane (below)
> PCISA Backplane, model number PCI-19S
> * 2x PCISA slots
> * AT and ATX connectors
> * 4x PCI slots; 13x ISA slots.
> * very large board. Seems to have ATX mounting holes?
> * tested working
> * $12 plus shipping, or $20 w/ SBC (above)
> Compaq IA-2
> * Internet appliance, 15" CRT tube w/ a 233 (?) MHz x86 proc inside.
> * It's rather like a PC-version of the 1st gen iMacs.
> * Can put small disk or cf card in there, run a whole OS.
> * untested but believed working.
> * $50, plus shipping.
> * grab-bag of RAM. small stuff, 64MB-128MB variety.
> * Completely untested, though I've identified a lot of it.
> * Lots of EDO/ECC PC RAM.
> * 25-35 sticks.
> * $40 shipped.
> I'm located in Leander, TX, near Austin. Shipping will be from zip
> code 78641. If you're around here, I'll even drive and meet you
> Haggle with me. Most of these items I just want to leave my premises
> at this point. Anything I don't sell will go to Goodwill or eBay.
> - Micah R Ledbetter
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