SGI Origin 200

The Origin 200 (codename "Speedo") is the entry level server of the Origin line. Although being designed with an entry budget in mind the Origin 200 is based on the same core technologies as the larger scale Origin 2000 system: Silicon Graphics distributed Scalable Shared-memory MultiProcessing architecture (S2MP), the CrayLink interconnection and MIPS R10000 or later RISC CPUs.

The Origin 200 is a deskside tower system, much smaller in size than the larger Origin 2000. A single tower can support dual processors and can be Cray-linked to another tower to build a larger Origin 200 system, which is also the Origin 200 maximum configuration with four processors. The towers are enclosed in the usual heavy sheetmetal which is covered in decent but brittle blue plastics.

Processors 1 or 2 MIPS R10000 or R12000 CPUs
Memory 32 MB to 2 G
I/O 2 SCSI channels
3 PCI slots
1 10/100 Base-TX Ethernet
Drives 6 3.5" SCSI devices
2 5.25" SCSI devices

1996, 2nd half Origin 200 series introduced
1998, AugustMIPS R10000 processors with 225 Mhz introduced to Origin 200 series
2002, January End of Production announced for 30 June 2002.
2002, June End of Production
2007, June End of Service

Model No: CMN A018
Marketing Code: LIR-56402-2
Serial N0: 690D89FB


Manufacturer: SGI
Date: 1996

SGI Origin 200 Manuals:

Item Manufacturer Date
Challenge S Technical Report Silicon Graphics July 1994

Other Systems Related To SGI Origin 200:

Item Manufacturer Date
SGI Indigo 2 Impact SGI Unknown
SGI Indigo 2 SGI Unknown
SGI Indigo 2 xZ SGI Unknown
SGI Indy SGI 12th July 1993
SGI O2 SGI 1996
SGI Challenge 10000 SGI 1996
SGI Origin 2000 SGI 1996
SGI Octane SGI 1997
SGI 540 Visual Workstation SGI 2000
SGI 320 Visual Workstation SGI 1st January 2000
SGI Indigo SGI 1st January 2000
SGI Octane 2 SGI 2003
SGI Origin 350 SGI April 2003

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH31905. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

SGI Origin 200


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