SGI Indy

A low end workstation from 1993. It was Silicon Graphics Incorporated attempt to do low end CAD, DTP and multimedia and to get more people working with the system. It is the first computer which came with a standard video recorder and by default, came with the new ISDN connectivity.

The first machines had 16MB memory, but thanks to the bad memory management of IRIX 5.1, which came default with the machine, this was soon increased to 32MB. Which in return came with a high price.

The CPU is a 100 MHz MIPS R4000.

Catalog type
Desktop computer
Manufacturer
Release Date
July 1993
Processor
MIPS R4000 @ 100 MHz
Memory
32MB
Storage
HDD, FDD
Operation System
IRIX 5.1

Museum Collection

Collection Serial code Owner
SGI Indy 08006906E2BA Not published

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