MicroVAXen. There are many of theam around. They're simply impossible to kill. :-)
A MicroVAX II in the flat
of on of my friends
A rack called H9642
MicroVAX II as coffee-table (I'm the tall guy on the pic :-)
Man at work
MicroVAX in a BA123 (the machine is schkol.sch.bme.hu)
BA123 in the night
This is another BA123 MicroVAX (with a VT320 on the top)
TPA 11/510, a MicroVAX II assembled in Hungary during the end years of the Iron Curtain
Microstar 32, another MicroVAX II made in Hungary
...it's packed into an interresting envelope
The MicroVAX 3xxx and VAX 4000-xxx are newer machines, most of them is still in active use, for example one of the 3900s is the primary nameserver for the .hu domain.
The 6000-series was perhaps the most popular of the VAXen. The 85xx is older, big, power-hungry and slow, but lovable.
A VAX-cluster with 6250 and
The same cluster with a MicroVAX 3600 in the front
Aaaaand... the same bunch of VAXen again :-)
The inside of a 6250
Another exhibitionist: a 6420
VAX 8550 (retired)
The VAX 9000 was the last not microprocessor-based Digital computer, and was considered at its time as a mainframe. This one, a /410 is a mid-class 9000 that is in service at the Lorand Eotvos University (Budapest) in the ludens.elte.hu cluster.
The 9000 to the left, disks
and HSC controllers to the right
9000 part I. (the first box is the switch, the second is the CPU, the third the service processor and the last box is the power supply)
9000 part II. (on the wall you can see the Star Coupler that connects the cluster)
Let's take a look at it Mr. Gumby!
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