Castle StrongARM 233MHz CPU

This a StrongARM CPU card for a RiscPC. It has a 233MHz Intel SA110 revision S StrongARM CPU and was used in Casstle built RiscPCs. The CPU card part number is 1111,160 Issue 1, whereas the Acorn equivalent was 1111,150 Issue 3. The card uses an Intel StrongARM because Digital had sold its chip design and fabrication business to Intel. The Castle serial numberis CTL05000981.

Manufacturer: Castle Technology Ltd
Date: 1996

Magazines RELATED to Castle StrongARM 233MHz CPU in our Library

Item Manufacturer Date
Archive - Vol 1, No 1 - October 1987 Norwich Computer Services Oct 1987
Archive - Vol 1, No 2 - November 1987 Norwich Computer Services Nov 1987
Archive - Vol 1, No 3 - December 1987 Norwich Computer Services Dec 1987
Archive - Vol 1, No 4 - January 1988 Norwich Computer Services Jan 1988
Archive - Vol 1, No 5 - February 1988 Norwich Computer Services Jan 1988
Personal Computer World - January 1988 1 Jan 1988
Archive - Vol 1, No 6 - March 1988 Norwich Computer Services Mar 1988
Archive - Vol 1, No 7 - April 1988 Norwich Computer Services Apr 1988
Archive - Vol 1, No 8 - May 1988 Norwich Computer Services May 1988
Archive - Vol 1, No 9 - June 1988 Norwich Computer Services Jun 1988
Archive - Vol 1, No 10 - July 1988 Norwich Computer Services Jul 1988
Archive - Vol 1, No 11 - August 1988 Norwich Computer Services Aug 1988
Archive - Vol 1, No 12 - September 1988 Norwich Computer Services Sep 1988
Personal Computer World - January 1989 1 Jan 1989
Acorn - Higher Education News 2 - Summer 1989 Acorn Computers Limited May 1989
Personal Computer World - July 1989 Jul 1989
Personal Computer World - November 1989 1 Nov 1989

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53337. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

Castle StrongARM 233MHz CPU

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