RS/6000 POWERstation/POWERserver 250
|Type of system:
||66MHz PowerPC 601|
||16 MB (removable) (ECC Memory)|
||8 sockets (2 banks of 4)|
||MODULES MUST BE ORDERED AND INSTALLED IN GROUPS OF FOUR!|
RS/6000 POWERstation/POWERserver 250 is an early computer built and sold by IBM. It was mass produced with the most affordable cutting-edge technology for its generation. The bus architecture is MCA. The native operating system is a version of the UNIX system called AIX. The CPU was a 66MHz PowerPC 601. The memory system is compatible with ECC memory modules and comes loaded with 16MB of memory. The highest capacity for memory is 256MB. Upgrading the memory should be done by installing the modules in sections of four. There are eight slots into total to fill that can each take 32MB.
RS/6000 POWERstation/POWERserver 250 Memory