This is a modest 386 of ca. 1994. It contains quite
modern Baby-AT mainboard, 8MB of RAM and Trident ISA video board in
16-bit ISA slot. Hard disk is Samsung 250MB. It has also a Creative
SoundBlaster board and some network adapter.
The mainboard has been made probably by STM (whatever it is, probably not ST Microelectronics) and it has interesting CPU - it's AMD's 386DX running at 40MHz but unlikely most of them, this one has "Microsoft Windows Compatible" printed on its package.
Graphics adapter is a typical 512kB Trident TVGA9000 which allows to get 800x600 at 256 colors - totally sufficient for effective work in Microsoft Windows 3.11 environment and its productivity applications.
|RAM||8MB (8x1MB, SIMM30)|
|Graphics||Trident TVGA9000B, 512kB,
|Sound||Creative SoundBlaster 2.0 (CT1350) (TH99) - 16-bit ISA.|
|Ports I/O||Winbond PTI-227B v. 2 (TH99)
|Network||SC&C NE-2 Ethernet
(16-bit ISA), driver unknown
|System expansion bus||5x 16-bit ISA slot
1x 8-bit ISA slot
|Floppy/removable media drives||1x 3.5" 1.44MB floppy
1x 5.25" 1.2MB floppy disk drive
|Hard disks/ATA devices:||Samsung SHD-3122A 250MB IDE disk drive (CHS: 937/15/35)|
Peripherals in collection:
|Casing||Standard small AT tower|
|Operating system(s):||MS-DOS 6.22 + Windows 3.11 For Workgroups|
The mainboard has quite modern BIOS, typical rather for 486. It allows to configure memory timings or I/O areas. Generally it starts as all PCs and can boot from floppy or hard disk drive.
|Trident TVGA9000 (DOS/Win3.x)|
|SoundBlaster 2.0 (fits on 1 3.5" floppy disk. Needs to be copied to C:\SB)|