Well you've seen the front so here is the SPARCstack's Business Side:
Here is the SPARCstack's dirty business side:
The SPARCstation 10's bits:
The SPARCstation 10's Processor Card:
The SPARCstation 10's Video Card:
The SPARCstation 5A's Bits:
The SPARCstation 5A's & 5C's Video Cards:
The SPARCstation 5B's Bits:
The SPARCstation 5B's Video Card:
The SPARCstation 5C's Bits:
See above for the SPARCstation 5C's Video Card:
Here's one bbraun will be glad to see!
The SPARCstation 2's Bits:
The SPARCstation 2's Video Card:
I'm wondering if I've ever seen that much ZIP VRAM on one card in the wild before, but I'm too tired to look into the . . .
I should have taken better pics here and there, but this'll do.
First there was a stack AND THEN
there were TWO!
The 10's beyond help, so hopefully its Processor Card matches the one in the, soon to be fully pimped out, SPARCstation 20 closely enough for them to play well together. The SPARCstation 2 will be heading its way into the able hands of bbraun. I'll cobble together whatever bits from the three 5s into one 5 with a CD, a full drive set and 64MB of RAM. The other two will be parted out and recycled.
The FDD in one of them is certainly going to be nesting under the CD-ROM in the SPARCstation 20!
Maybe I'll try to keep enough parts to hack into one of those cute little SPARCboxThingies as a . . .