Entry by Carlos S. M.
Octek Rhino 12

Octek Rhino 12 Revision 1.0

Specifications

CPU support

Supported sockets:
  • Socket 7
Front Side Bus speed: 50/55/60/66/75 MHz MHz
Supported architectures:
  • AMD K5 5k86
  • AMD K5 SSA/5
  • AMD K6 Model 6
  • Cyrix 6x86 M1
  • Cyrix 6x86L M1L
  • Intel Pentium P54C
  • Intel Pentium P54CQS
  • Intel Pentium P54CS
  • Intel Pentium MMX P55C
  • Intel Pentium MMX Tillamook
Note! Some steppings might require updated BIOS/microcode to work properly.

System memory

  • Type: DRAM 66 MHz
    4x 72 pin SIMM
  • Type: SDRAM 66 MHz
    1x DIMM
Max supported: 256.00 MB
Supported DRAM types are: Fast Page Mode or EDO DRAM or Synchronous DRAM

Platform

Northbridge/MCH: VIA VT82C580VP
Southbridge/ICH/PCH/MCP: VIA VT82C586A
SuperIO: SMC FDC37C669QF
1 Mbit Parallel BIOS ROM

Power supply

Main board power: AT

Expansion slots

3 PCI slots
4 16-bit ISA slots

Rear I/O ports

AT-style keyboard DIN connector

Internal I/O headers

2x RS232 serial
1x parallel

Storage

2 IDE channels, up to 33 MB/s
Floppy connector, up to 1 drive

Circuit board

Baby AT form factor
PCB manufactured in the year 1997

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Attachments

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