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HP Visualize J200, J210, J280 & J2240

Quick Facts
Introduced 1995-1997
CPU 1 PA-7200/
1 PA-8000/
1 PA-8200
100-236 MHz
Cache 0.5-4 MB L1
RAM 2 GB
4 GB (J2240)
Design U2/UTurn
Drives 4 SCSI
Expansion 1 GSC
2 EISA
2 EISA/GSC/
J2240:
1 PCI
1 PCI/EISA
3 PCI/GSC
Bandwidth CPU 8-960 MB/s
I/O 10E
100E (J2240)
2 SCSI
2 serial
2 PS/2
HIL
audio

Overview

The J-Class are SMP-capable and expandable PA-RISC workstations. They feature a deskside chassis with four interlocked modules, which you can take out easily for maintenance. The J280 is only a single-processor machine, which can be upgraded to a dual-capable J282. This requires at least changing the mainboard.

Model numbers:

Internals

CPU

The 2 KB on-chip assist cache is not really a true cache.

Chipset

» View a system-level ASCII-illustration of the chipset (does not apply to J2240)

Buses

Memory

Expansion

J2240 has different slots:

Drives

External connectors

References

Manuals

Articles

Other

Operating systems

Benchmarks

Model SPEC95, int SPEC95, fp SPECrate95, int SPECrate95, fp
J200 4.98 4.50 44.8 61.3
J200
2-CPU
64.5 105
J210 6.00 5.40 54.0 73.4
J210
2-CPU
77.5 126
J210XC 6.40 5.70 57.6 81.5
J210XC
2-CPU
82.8 142
J280 11.80 19.30
J282 ? ?
J2240 17.40 26.30 157 237
J2240
2-CPU
307 349

Compare these with other results on the Benchmarks page.

Physical dimensions/Power

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