Entry by madlad
Olivetti BA013 (M300-02)

Olivetti BA013 (M300-02) Revision 1.0


CPU support

Supported sockets:
  • PQFP100
Supported architectures:
  • Intel 80386SX i386
Note! Some steppings might require updated BIOS/microcode to work properly.
The CPU is soldered to the board.

System memory

  • Type: SRAM 60/80 ns
    3x 30-pin SIMM + 36-pin SIMM
Max supported: 10.00 MB
Soldered 2MB SIMM onto the motherboard with 2 SIMM slots


Northbridge/MCH: VLSI VL82C320A
Southbridge/ICH/PCH/MCP: VLSI VL82C331-25FC
SuperIO: Acer M5105 A3E
WDC WD90C11A integrated graphics, with max 1 MB of SRAM VRAM

Power supply

Main board power: Other

Expansion slots

1 16-bit ISA slot

Rear I/O ports

PS/2 mouse+keyboard combo
1x DE-9 serial
1x DB-25 parallel
VGA output
MIDI/game port

Internal I/O headers


1 IDE channel, up to 5 MB/s
Floppy connector, up to 1 drive

Circuit board

Other form factor
PCB manufactured in the year 1993


Olivetti PCS11 motherboard, VRAM can be upgraded through external caches to extend the base 512KB VRAM to up to 1MB capacity. Soldered i386 SX @16 Mhz.



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