Digital Celebris GL 5120ST

Type FR-964WW-AD
Serial PC62215599
Manufacturer Digital (made in U.K.)
Date April 1996 (APR. 12 1996: OK stamping)

Physical description

Type Small tower
Dimensions (HxWxD) 365 x 212 x 420 mm
Drive bays 4 x 3.5" slim (3 internal), 2 x 5.25" half-height
Power supply 200 W, 100-120/200-240 V, manual voltage switch

Main board

BIOS Phoenix ver. 4.04 - Celebris GL 5120 ST ver. 1.03, March 7, 1996
Chipset Intel, socket 7 (03396 on riser card)
Processor Intel Pentium 120 MHz, PGA (family 5, model 2, step 6)
Coprocessor Integrated on Pentium
External cache 256 Kb, 15ns, on replaceable COAST module (02996)
Memory 4 sockets for 72-pin SIMMs (must be installed in pairs)
Std. memory 16 Mb (2 x 8 Mb) of ECC or EDO DRAM
Max on system board 128 Mb (4 x 32 Mb)
Bus PCI 32-bit, ISA 16-bit
Expansion slots 1 x PCI, 3 x ISA, 1 x PCI / ISA combo, all available (on riser card)
Interface Int. Adaptec AIC-7850 Fast-SCSI-2 ctrl, EIDE (4 units), FDD (2 units), Ethernet (10/100), ESS ES1688F audio
Video Matrox MGA adapter (chip 9547) w. 2 Mb of WRAM (can be exp. to 8 Mb)
Ports PS/2 keyboard, PS/2 mouse, 2 serial (UART 16550A), parallel, VGA, Audio, RJ45/AUI


Installed RAM 4 x 16 Mb 60ns EDO SIMMs (two 04297)
Modem Boca Research BRI4925 (8-bit ISA) (2096) ADDITION


Diskette drive 1.44 Mb, 3.5" slim (Newtronics/Mitsumi)
Hard disk Seagate ST34555N (4,5 Gb, 7200 RPM), SCSI-3 (Fast-20), 3.5" slim (9838) REPLACEMENT (*)
CD-ROM Toshiba XM-5401TA, SCSI (4-speed, March 1996)


Acquisition May '03, together w. some other systems (including another, incomplete, Celebris GL 5100 ST) and several keyboards, paid ca. 10$
Condition Very good, working, no missing parts
Installed O.S. None
Previous Owner Telecom Italia
Repairs/Modifications Added two 16 Mb memory SIMMs (it had 32 Mb only)
Current status All hw working
Current O.S. None
Spare parts Almost everything


(*) Original Hard Disk options ranged from 850 Mb (IDE) to 2 Gb (SCSI).

Peripherals: KEYBOARD

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