The MicroVAX II’s “successor” was the MicroVAX 3300/3400, which used the KA640 CPU (2.4 VUPS). The MicroVAX 3 was based on the not-so-much-faster KA650, rated at
The picture would not be complete without a look at the MicroVAX I, the II’s predecessor.
“MicroVAX II is one of the most significant and exciting products we’ve ever had” – Ken Olsen, 1985 “Most of the computers that have come
I managed to put my hands on a “Dec ChannelServer II” BA213 box, with a dead H7868-B power supply. The ChannelServer was based on a