The CP611 is an assignment processor designed to perform independent processing tasks when configured with a system controller processor such as the CP610. The system utilizes DEC's 21554 Drawbridge chip that implements a non-transparent PCI/PCI bridge. This enables the system to act as a slave to the system controller, and to appear as a single virtual device.
The system can accommodate most current Socket-7 microprocessors, including low-power versions, and those with clock rates in excess of 300 MHz. It has an on-board PMC slot, built-in numeric co-processor support, and has a SiS 5598 Pentium System Controller. Various memory options are offered, including 32 or 64 Mb on-board RAM, with the expansion capability of 64 Mb of EDO or SDRAM on a SODIMM module.
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