Model 90 with Type 0
rf90386a.exe Refdisk for Model 90 and Type 0 386DX Complex
@FDDE.ADF - IBM Enh. 80386 Memory Exp. Adapter w/ROM
CFDDE.ADF - Init file for @FDDE.ADF
Weitek 3167 on Type 0 Complex (!!!)
A good image showing the clean configuration. Planar XGA, 160MB DBA-ESDI, 4x 2MB 85nS on one riser, 8MB (4x 2MB 80nS) on 2-14 80386 Memory Adapter w/ROM. About the only thing missing is support for 8x 2MB 85nS on the risers. That would give us 16MB with no need for a memory expansion adapter taking one slot...
This side view shows the DBA-ESDI edge connector seated into the planar socket. I do not know if the old style risers (with electrolytic caps between SIMMs) is the key to success, or if the new memory risers also work.
Total System Memory reports 16.0MB installed, 15.6MB Usable (includes memory adapter!)
Built In Features, Installed Memory reports 8.0MB (planar memory)
Usable System-Board Memory is "Parity"... I didn't know there was a choice...
Enhanced 80386 Memory Expansion Adapter w/ROM
Installed Memory is 8.0MB
ROM Address DE000 - DFFFF....
And here is the 160MB DBA-ESDI, Integrated Fixed Disk and Controller.
Weitek 3167 on Type 0
Well, this proves the 3167 is socket compatible with the Type 0 complex FPU socket. Something I did not know.
3167 looks to be supported by the Type 0 complex.
Note: The 3167 is a single chip successor to the three-chip 1167 (163, 1164, 1165)
X1164 Multiply / Divide Unit
X1165 Arithmetic Unit
3167 Phong Shading Demo
AdapterID DF9F Integrated Fixed Disk and Controller (inegrated into planar ADF)
DMA Arbitration Level
DMA Burst Pacing Interval
DMA Pacing Control
Time to Release
<Primary> or <Alternate> work equally well. If there are two integrated fixed disks, then select <Primary> for one and <Alternate> for the other.
<"Primary" (io 3510h-3517h)>, Alternate (3518-351f)