IBM PC 300GL (Pentium-200)

Machine type 6282-830
Serial 5515F5P
Manufacturer IBM Computer Corp., U.K.
Location Italy
Preloaded software MS Windows 95
Date January 1998 (warranty started Feb. 28, 1998)

Physical description

Type Desktop (08 JAN 1998 stamp on bottom of cabinet)
Dimensions (HxWxD) 112 x 440 x 430 mm
Weigth 10 Kg. ca.
Drive bays 2 x 3.5" (one internal), 2 x 5.25" half-height (both accessible)
Power supply 90 W, switchable, auto-restart (DATE:A9748)

Main board

BIOS IBM SurePath BIOS, rev. level NDKT23AIT (9/23/97)
Processor Intel Pentium-MMX 200 MHz (32-bit) on socket-7 (fam. 5 mod. 4 step 3)
Coprocessor Integrated on Pentium
Cache Socket for COAST module (up to 512 Kb)
Memory Two sockets for 128-pin, 3.3 V DIMM modules (non-parity EDO or SDRAM - can be mixed)
Std. memory One 16 Mb DIMM module
Max on system board 128 Mb (2 x 64 Mb)
Bus PCI 32-bit, ISA 16-bit
Expansion slots 2 x PCI/ISA combos, 1 x PCI, 1 x ISA, on riser card
Video Integrated Cirrus Logic CL-GD5446 VGA display adapter w. 2 Mb memory (chip 9748)
Interface FDD (2 units), EIDE HDD (4 units)
Ports PS/2 keyboard, PS/2 mouse, 2 buffered serial (16550A), parallel, 2 USB, VGA


Cache 256 Kb Pipelined Burst COAST module (9748 on chips)
Installed RAM 2 x 64 Mb 60ns EDO ECC DIMMs (und.)
Ethernet 3Com EtherLink XL PCI (3C905-TX, 4297 on card) ADDITION
Modem Lectron I56LVP (Agere chip, PCI) ADDITION


Diskette drive 1.44 Mb, 3.5" slim (Sony MPF920-L, 9710 on IBM sticker)
Hard disk Western Digital Caviar 22500 (2,5 Gb) EIDE, 3.5" slim (8 DEC 97)
CD-ROM drive Samsung SCR2431, EIDE, 5,25" half-height (24x speed, DECEMBER 1997) ADDITION


Acquisition May. '03, paid ca. 20$ together w. keyboard & mouse at an electronics/computers fair
Condition Excellent
Installed O.S. Microsoft Windows 95 (Italian), not booting
Repairs/modifications Removed IBM token-ring adapter, added CD-ROM drive, Ethernet and modem cards
Current status All hw working
Spare parts Almost everything, incl. planar, drives, etc.


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