IBM Personal Computer 365

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Machine type 6589-100
Serial 559XV2T
Manufacturer IBM Corp. United Kingdom Ltd.
Pre-loaded software None
Date January 1997

Physical description

Type Desktop (28 JAN 1997 print on bottom of case, sticker 01/97 on riser card)
Dimensions (HxWxD) 159 x 420 x 470 mm
Drive bays 3 x 3.5" (2 internal), 2 x 5.25" half-height
Power supply 120 W, 110-220VAC manual voltage switch (9648)

Main board

BIOS IBM SurePath BIOS (rev. LUKT36AIT, 10 Sept. '98), flashable
Chipset Intel 440FX
Processor Intel Pentium-Pro 180 MHz (32-bit) PGA (fam. 6 mod. 1 step. 9), socket for second CPU (both Socket 8)
Coprocessor Integrated on Pentium
Cache 256 Kb of high-speed 4-way set associative cache integrated on CPU
Memory Four 128-pin DIMM sockets
Std. memory One 128-pin 16 Mb DIMM module
Max on system board 512 Mb (4 x 128 Mb)
Bus PCI 32-bit, ISA 16-bit
Expansion slots 3 PCI/ISA combos, 2 ISA (total 5), on riser card
Interface Enh. IDE (2 ports, tot. 4 units), FDD (2 units)
Ports PS/2 keyboard, PS/2 mouse, buffered serial, parallel, USB, infrared


Installed RAM 2 x 64 Mb DIMMs (60ns EDO)
Video S3 Trio64V+ (FCC DXLDP172, w. IBM BIOS, PCI) w. 2 Mb mem.(9636 on card)
Ethernet Compex RL2000A-PnP (ISA, 10Mbit, 9742 on chip) ADDITION


Diskette drive 1.44 Mb, 3.5" slim (Sony MPF920D-D, 9611)
Hard disk W.D. Caviar 21600 (1,6 Gb), IDE/ATA, 3.5" slim (DEC 96)
2nd Hard disk W.D. Caviar 21600 (1,6 Gb), IDE/ATA, 3.5" slim (APR 97) ADDITION
CD-ROM drive Sony CDU311, EIDE/ATA (8x-speed, MAY 1997) ADDITION


Acquisition Dec. 03, paid ca. 50$ for three units, two complete, one w/o RAM and CPU
Condition Excellent, everything working
Installed O.S. OS/2 Warp 3.0 (not booting)
Repairs/modifications Added one 64 Mb memory DIMM (it had 64 Mb only), second HDD and CD-ROM drive
Current status All hw perfectly working
Current O.S. Linux Slackware 4.0
Spare parts Enough to build another complete unit


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Last revised Dec. 14, 2004