Shuttle Computer Spacewalker HOT-555 Documentation Download

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Supported Models

Spacewalker HOT-555 Driver


Shuttle Computer

Supported Operating Systems

Not Applicable

File Name


m98 (1-Jan-1998)

Uploader Notes

> Version-ID is found on the mainboard next to the outer ISA-Slot!

HOT-555 (P5/PCI/i430VX, Layout Version 1.41, 1 DIMM-Sockel)

- Chipset: Intel T-Chip 430 VX

- Bios: AWARD (Flash-EPROM, incl. NCR chip support)

- Power Managemenet (SMI-Mode, EPMI, APM)

- Slots: 3 x PCI, 3 x ISA (none shared)

- onboard: 2-channel enhanced PCI IDE controller (up to PIO-mode 4, max. 16 MB/s)

- other interfaces: Floppy, 2 x Ser. (Fifo, 16550 comp.), 1 x Par. (SSP/EPP/ECP), USB, IR-Support

- CPUs:

Intel Pentium P54C (75 ... 200 MHz),

Intel Pentium P55C MMX (166 MHz),

AMD K5 (PR75 ... PR166),

Cyrix/IBM 6x86/6x86L (P120+ ... P166+)

- CPU voltage select: 3,3 / 3,45 / 3,6 Volt (second voltage 2,5...3.0 V)

- Systemclock: 50, 55, 60, 66 MHz

- Memory: maxi

Uploaded By

Davide (DG Member) on 18-May-2006

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
5552.PDF 1.8 MB 28 Aug 1996
5552.TXT 1.2 KB 28 Feb 1997
5553.PDF 1.4 MB 8 Jan 1997
5553.TXT 1.2 KB 4 Apr 1997
5553_.PDF 339.6 KB 7 Mar 1997
5553_.TXT 128 bytes 9 Apr 1997

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