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  DEC Alpha AXP 21-35023-13 (21064-AA, 150 MHz) [flip chip]   []   []   [hide data]   [close image viewer]  
The first Alpha workstation was available in November 1992: The DEC 3000 Model 500 AXP (code-named Flamingo), with a 150 MHz EV4, 512 KB of L2-cache, 32 MB RAM, integrated 8-bit video controller with 2 MB VRAM, 1 GB SCSI HDD, SCSI CD-ROM, built-in 10 Mbit Ethernet controller (thick coaxial and twisted pair), built-in sound and ISDN controllers, equipped with a 19" monitor (1280x1024 at 72Hz). The price was quite impressive: 39000 US$.
References:  Design of the DEC 3000

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Core Frequency:150 MHz
Data bus (ext.):64 Bit
Address bus:64 Bit
Circuit Size:0.75
Voltage:3.3 V
Introduced:February 1992
Manufactured:week 13/1993
L1 Cache:8+8 KB
L2 Cache:ext. 512 KB
CPU Code:EV4
Package Type:Ceramic
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