What SGI Hardware do you have?
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O2 300mhz R5200 with 384mb ram, flat panel card and 16000sw. Should have a Toshiba 1401 dvdrom in it soon.

Octane 1 - 1x 300mhz with 96mb ram, SSE gfx, 18gb 10k drive. Lucent psu (my spare machine, currently in storage)

Octane 1 - 1 x 400mhz with 1gb ram, V8 gfx, 18gb + 36gb drive. Cherokee psu. Full fan mod.

Spare bits and bobs - O2 mainboard and 2x 180mhz R5k procs, SSI gfx, SE gfx, V6 gfx, dual 195 R10k module, dual 250 R10k module.

Octane  1x 400Mhz R12k, 1Gb, V8, 6.5.30m

O2 300Mhz R12K (R10K upgrade mod),  384Mb, 6.5.30m, FPA  with  1600SW (Original R5K chassis, mobo and cpu in storage)
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05-30-2018, 11:06 AM
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O2 250MHz R10000 with 1024MB RAM and 36 GB HDD, flat panel card and 16000sw (it's my main computer; I have a 275MHz CPU upgrade available but I still have not decided it it is necessary to do such upgrade)

O2 200MHz R6000 with 256MB RAM (I think, I was not used for ages) and 18 GB HDD, broken CD-ROM. It has Presenter card.

Indy 175MHz R4400SC with 256MB RAM and 18 GB HDD, XZ gfx, external Toshiba CD-ROM (original SGI add-on)

Indy 150MHz R4400SC with 128MB RAM and 9 GB HDD, XL24 (I didn't runed it for years)

Indigo 33MHz R3000 with 96MB RAM and two 512MB HDDs, XL24Z, DDS-1 tape (rebadged as Siemens Nixdorf)

Indigo 100MHz R4000 with 96MB RAM and 2GB HDDs, Entry gfx

Octane 2x400MHz R12000 with 2048MB RAM and 72GB HDD, SI

Octane 250MHz R10000 with 2048MB RAM and 4GB HDD, SI (the machine it does not work)

Empty case for Indigo R3000

Also have a spare 1600sw and some never used spare parts: the screen (with original protector on the screen) and a leg. And GDM20D11 CRT - but it also does not work.

I am probably posting from moose, SGI O2 with R10k/250, 1GB RAM,  and running IRIX 6.5.27

O2  O2  1600SW  1600SW  Indy  Indy  Indigo  Indigo  Indigo2 IMPACT  Octane
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06-02-2018, 08:13 AM
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Indigo2 R10000 195MHz, 128MB, 4GB HDD, MaxImpact 4MB - faulty PSU, problematic MaxImpact temporarily replaced with SolidImpact gfx card
Indigo2 R10000 175MHz, 512MB, 36GB HDD, HighImpact, ATM network card - dead clock chip

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06-02-2018, 03:13 PM
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I have no idea of my full collection.. not been in the loft for some time.

Hey Ho Pip And Dandy!!!!!

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06-02-2018, 08:01 PM
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I have a specimen of just about every generation of MIPS/IRIX systems. I'm not interested in the newer IA64 or x86 systems, and sadly I never could get an M68K IRIS. Most are maxed out in terms of CPUs, memory and graphics. They often have interesting options like video options, FDDI, PCI cages etc etc. Here's the list:

Workstations:
  • Personal IRIS 4D/35 : 36MHz R3000 / 128MB / Turbo graphics / VideoFramer + breakout
  • IRIS Indigo R3000 : 33MHz R3000 / 96MB / Elan graphics / Chyron Centaur video. Originates from the Dutch "Maarten Toonder" studios
  • IRIS Indigo R4400 : 150MHz R4400 / 384MB / Elan graphics / FDDI network. Came from NASA.
  • Indy : 200MHz R4400 / 256MB / XZ graphics
  • Indy : 180MHz R5000 / 256MB / 24 bit graphics / FDDI network
  • Indigo2 : 250MHz R4400 / 384MB / Extreme graphics / FDDI network
  • Power Indigo2 : 75MHz R8000 / 768MB / XZ graphics / FDDI network
  • Indigo2 IMPACT 10000 : 195MHz R10K / 1024MB / MaxImpact + TRAM / Phobos G160
  • Octane : 2x 400MHz R12K / 2048MB / MXE / Digital Video / dual FC, Gbit, U160 SCSI, Discreet FC disk box
  • Octane2 : 2x 600MHz R14K / 4096MB / V12 + DCD / DM2 + VBOB / dual FC, Gbit, dual U160 SCSI
  • O2 : 400MHz R12K / 1024MB / AV + Ensemble Carbon breakout (SDI + analogue video I/O)
  • O2+ : 350MHz RM7000 / 1024MB (purple) / 1600SW (blue)
  • Fuel : 500MHz R14K / 1024MB / V10 (prototype system, blue skins)
  • Fuel : 600MHz R14K / 4096MB / V12 / dual FC, Gbit, dual U160 SCSI, M-Audio
  • Tezro : 4x 1GHz R16K / 8192MB / V12 + DCD / the whole Discreet DMediaPro setup w./ breakout, tablet, Lucid audio and FC arrays.

Big(ger) Iron:
  • Professional IRIS 4D/70 : 8MHz R2000 (I think) / 8MB / GT graphics. Sadly currently inoperable.
  • PowerSeries 4D/380 VGX : 8x 33MHz R3000 / 256MB / VGX / FDDI network / VideoLab w. breakout and SDI adapters / IPI-2 disk (Sabre V 2HP). Came from a German Fraunhofer institute.
  • PowerSeries 4D/440 VGX : 4x 40MHz R3000 / 256MB / VGX / FDDI network / Broadcast Video Option
  • Crimson : 150MHz R4400 / 256MB / RealityEngine / FDDI network. I need to replace the PSU (I have one).
  • Challenge S : 200MHz R4400 / 256MB / FDDI network
  • Challenge L : 12x 195MHz R10K / 2048MB / HIO64 dual FDDI network
  • Onyx : 4x 195MHz R10K / 2048MB / InfiniteReality / HIO64 FC (Prisa), FDDI network. Needs a new RM6.
  • Origin 200 : 2x 270MHz R12K / 2048MB / dual FC, dual Gbit, FDDI network. Probably the last on the planet with intact skins ;)
  • Onyx2 : 4x 500MHz R14K / 8192MB / InfiniteReality3 + HD-GVO (DG5-TVO) / DM2 + VBOB / dual FC, dual Gbit
  • Origin 350 : 8x 700MHz R16K / 16384MB / 4TB SATA / FC, dual Gbit, L2

Misc:
  • Personal IRIS 4D/20 (E-module only)
  • A full set of CPU boards and system disks to run the Challenge L with 6x 90MHz R8000 or 12x 250MHz R4400 instead of the R10Ks
  • TP9100v2 FC array
  • Tons of spare parts
  • Spare complete systems for many of the above
  • A cupboard full of manuals
  • A crate with QIC cartridge tapes
  • A couple of hundred CDs
  • Misc promo goodies incl. an Indycase, an inflatable O2, VHS tapes etc etc.

There's often other hardware around that I sell later on or maybe keep. Right now there's a purple Indigo2 with 250MHz R4400 and SolidImpact sitting under my desk that came up in the neighborhood for a price I couldn't resist. It's a pretty decent IRIX 5.3 system and I currently use it for a project I work on every now and then.
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06-03-2018, 08:32 PM
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Hi

i have these SGI
-Indy R4400 200 Mhz ,256Mb ,newport 24bits, HD 37Gb 15k, IRIX 6.2
-Octane Dual R12k 300 Mhz, 4Gb, EMXI, 3 x 37Gb 15k IRIX 6.5.29
-PI 4D/20 R3000 12,5Mhz, 16Mb, 24bits option, ZB option, RE2, 9Gb HD IRIX3.3
-4D 340, 4 R3000 33Mhz, 64 Mb, QIC 150, 2x 18Gb, GTX IRIX 5.3
- SGI 1200, dual P III 550 Mhz, 2gb ram, 4 x 73 Gb 15k Windows 2003 Server last SP

and some many other PC..and commodore stuff

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06-03-2018, 09:46 PM
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jirka post_id=675 time=1527927236 user_id=167 Wrote:O2 250MHz R10000 with 1024MB RAM and 36 GB HDD, flat panel card and 16000sw (it's my main computer; I have a 275MHz CPU upgrade available but I still have not decided it it is necessary to do such upgrade)

Octane 2x400MHz R12000 with 2048MB RAM and 72GB HDD, SI

Wouldn't you rather use the Octane as a daily driver?

Octane  1x 400Mhz R12k, 1Gb, V8, 6.5.30m

O2 300Mhz R12K (R10K upgrade mod),  384Mb, 6.5.30m, FPA  with  1600SW (Original R5K chassis, mobo and cpu in storage)
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06-06-2018, 04:24 PM
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JacquesT post_id=786 time=1528302294 user_id=104 Wrote:Wouldn't you rather use the Octane as a daily driver?

The O2 is much more quiet. I run Octane when I need more power.

I am probably posting from moose, SGI O2 with R10k/250, 1GB RAM,  and running IRIX 6.5.27

O2  O2  1600SW  1600SW  Indy  Indy  Indigo  Indigo  Indigo2 IMPACT  Octane
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06-06-2018, 05:41 PM
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Now I add a Crimson Elan 100 Mhz and O2 with R12000 at 300 Mhz.

O2 O2 R12k  IRIS Crimson  Iris Crimson Elan R4400  Octane  Octane R10k
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06-06-2018, 05:52 PM
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O2 - r12k 300mhz - 384mb ram
O2 - r12k 400mhz - 256 mb ram
Octane - Dual r12k 400mhz - 640mb ram, eMXI +dual vram, Octane Personal Video Option.
Origin 200 - Dual 225mhz - ram unknown

Octane 2x400O2 300O2 400Origin 200 2x250
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