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The SGI Octane (and the very similar SGI Octane2) are UNIX workstations marketed by SGI. Both are SMP-capable (up to 2 identical processors) workstations, originally based on the MIPS architecture R10000 processor. Newer Octanes are based on MIPS R12000 and R14000. Octane2 has four improvements compared to Octane. Octane2 has revised power supply, system-board and xbow. Octane2 also shipped with VPro graphics and supports all available VPro cards (V6, V8, V10 and V12). Later revision Octanes also included some of the improvements mentioned. The machines shared a codename "Racer" or "Speedracer" inside SGI.
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The Octane was the direct successor to the SGI Indigo2, and itself was succeeded by the SGI Tezro, and its immediate sibling is the SGI O2. SGI withdrew the Octane2 from the price book on May 26 2004, and ceased Octane2 production on June 25th, 2004. Support for the Octane2 was withdrawn in June 2009.
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Revision as of 00:15, 15 September 2018

SGI Octane

The SGI Octane (and the very similar SGI Octane2) are UNIX workstations marketed by SGI. Both are SMP-capable (up to 2 identical processors) workstations, originally based on the MIPS architecture R10000 processor. Newer Octanes are based on MIPS R12000 and R14000. Octane2 has four improvements compared to Octane. Octane2 has revised power supply, system-board and xbow. Octane2 also shipped with VPro graphics and supports all available VPro cards (V6, V8, V10 and V12). Later revision Octanes also included some of the improvements mentioned. The machines shared a codename "Racer" or "Speedracer" inside SGI.

The Octane was the direct successor to the SGI Indigo2, and itself was succeeded by the SGI Tezro, and its immediate sibling is the SGI O2. SGI withdrew the Octane2 from the price book on May 26 2004, and ceased Octane2 production on June 25th, 2004. Support for the Octane2 was withdrawn in June 2009.

CPU Options

SGI Part Number Description
030-0888-004 R10000 195mhz 1mb Cache
030-0890-003 DUAL R10000 200mhz 1mb Cache
030-1138-002 R10000 175mhz 1mb Cache
030-1208-002 DUAL R10000 175mhz 1mb Cache
030-1271-002 DUAL R10000 225mhz 1mb Cache
030-1272-002 R10K 225mhz 1mb Cache-NL
030-1284-002 R10000 250mhz 1mb Cache
030-1286-002 DUAL R10000 250mhz 1mb Cache
030-1355-001 R12000 300mhz 2mb Cache
030-1356-001 DUAL R12000 300mhz 2mb Cache
030-1426-001 R10000 250mhz 2mb Cache REV3
030-1427-001 DUAL R10000 250mhz 2mb Cache R3.4
030-1432-001 R12000 270mhz 2mb Cache
030-1433-001 DUAL R12000 270mhz 2mb Cache
030-1475-00x 400mhz PM10
030-1476-001 400mhz PM20
030-1590-00x 360mhz PM10
030-1591-001 360mhz PM20
030-1591-002 360mhz PM20
030-1605-001 400mhz PM10 UPGRADE
030-1605-002 400mhz PM10 UPGRADE
030-1605-003 400mhz PM10 UPGRADE

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