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The Olivetti PCS86
The Olivetti PCS86 is a late-1980s XT clone. It's of similar spec to an IBM PS/2 Model 30 or an Amstrad 2086/3086.
The hardware includes:
- 640k RAM. There are also two SIMM sockets for extra RAM, which the computer can use as EMS memory.
- CPU: NEC V30 at 8MHz.
- Two 3.5" drive bays. The right-hand one holds a floppy drive; the left-hand one can hold a second floppy or a hard drive.
- Three full-length 8-bit ISA slots, on a riser card.
- Built-in floppy controller, which supports 1.4Mb floppy drives.
- Built-in IDE controller. Judging by the BIOS, this is XTA rather than standard ATA.
- Real-time clock (on my PCS86, the clock battery is flat; this is a 3.5v lithium battery soldered to the motherboard).
- Integrated Paradise VGA chipset.
The following connectors are on the back panel:
- PS/2 keyboard connector. This works with most standard PS/2 type keyboards.
- PS/2 mouse connector.
- Standard VGA connector.
- Parallel and serial ports.
One curious feature of my PCS86 (and presumably of all single-drive models) is that it only has a single internal power connector - there's no way to power a second floppy drive or a hard drive.
Other sites suggest that the correct hard drive would be a Conner CP3026, a 21Mb drive about which the Internet has very little to say, except it's similar to the better-documented CP3024. Given that the BIOS seems to be expecting an XTA drive, I wonder if the difference between the two is that the CP3026 is XTA rather than ATA. Se alle sælgers varer