Multia Specifications

ModelVX40VX41VX42
Family / Variant Noname / ? Noname / ? Noname / ?
Introduced November, 1994 May, 1995 May, 1995
Base Price 3,495 USD 4,250 USD 4,995 USD
Enclosure Desktop, vertical stand Desktop, vertical stand Desktop, vertical stand
CPU Features
CPU / Clock Speed 21066 (LCA) / 166 MHz 21066 (LCA) / 166 MHz 21068 (LCA) / 233 MHz
Number of CPUs 1 1 1
Cache Size on Chip


Secondary Cache
B-cache 256K 256K, 512K, or 1 MB 256K, 512K, or 1 MB
In-cabinet Upgrades Memory, I/O CPU, memory, I/O CPU, memory, I/O
Performance
tpmC @ $/tpmC ? ? ?
SPECint92 ? ? ?
SPECfp92 ? ? ?
Memory / Storage
Memory 24 MB to 256 MB 24 MB to 256 MB 24 MB to 256 MB
Internal Disk Bays 1 (1 optional)
Internal Disk Storage 340 MB to 1 GB
Total Disk Storage ?
Removable Media Bays 1
Removable Media 1.44 MB floppy disk[1]
I/O
Standard I/O 2 serial ports, 1 bi-directional enhanced parallel port, PS/2 keyboard and mouse, VGA,
Fast SCSI[1], 10 Mb Ethernet, audio in/out
I/O Slots 3:
  • 2 PCMCIA (Type I/II)
  • 1 PCI32[2]
Max. I/O Throughput ?
Options
Audio & Video ?
Networking FDDI, TCP/IP, DECnet/OSI
Storage CD-ROM
Availability Features ?
Operating Systems / Clustering
OS Support Windows NT Workstation
TruCluster No
OpenVMS Cluster No
MSCS ?
Hardware Partitioning No
Environment
Acoustics (LWAd / LpAm)
Idle 4.8 B / 37 dBA
Operating 4.9 B / 37 dBA
Altitude
Operating 2,438 m (8,000 ft)
Non-operating 4,876 m (16,000 ft)
Shock (operating) ?
Vibration (operating) ?
Temperature 0-40 °C (32-104 °F)
Relative Humidity 10-90% (non-condensing)
Power Requirements
Nominal Voltage 100-120 V / 220-240 V
Frequency Range 47-63 Hz
Max. Nominal Current ?
Power Source Single phase
Power Supply 75 W
Power Usage[4] ?
Physical Characteristics
Desktop Vertical stand
Height 7.1 cm (2.8 in) 34.3 cm (13.5 in)
Width 31.8 cm (12.5 in) 12.7 cm (5.0 in)
Depth 31.8 cm (12.5 in) 31.8 cm (12.5 in)
Weight 5.45 kg (12.0 lb) ?
Warranty
1 year on-site, next-business-day response time
[1] Optional for model VX40.
[2] Not available when 3.5 inch hard drive installed.
[4] "Packaged System" configuration (see SOC); halt in firmware.