IBM PS/2 Model 95 (8595)

Intel i486DX2 @ 66 MHz (upgrade)
Intel i486DX @ 33MHz (original)
integrated into CPU
8K internally in CPU, optional 256K L2 Cache Module
48 Mbytes (options range from 8M to 64M)
8 MCA slots (32 bit)
Interfaces (onboard)
Mouse, Keyboard
1 x Serial
1 x Parallel
Floppy (1.44M), allows attachment of up to 3 drives

The 8595 is an early model 95, lacking the protective plastic flap that covers the power button in later models. The model 95 uses the same case as the model 85, but with redesigned internals. It is the largest Microchannel machine built by IBM that did not include non-Microchannel expansion slots.

Manufacturer: IBM
Date: 1991

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH40492. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


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