With the new Triple Keyboard Option (TKO), Onyx RealityEngine2 users can transform one workstation into three - all in a single rack enclosure. Onyx RealityEngine2 systems have revolutionized visual simulation, advanced design, digital film and video production, geosciences, and scientific visualization. Why? No other general-purpose graphics computer matches the rendering speed, compute power, and expandability of the Onyx RealityEngine2 work- station. Silicon Graphics now extends the Onyx RealityEngine2 even further by using a single system to support up to three graphics users.
The Onyx RealityEngine2 Architecture
Onyx RealityEngine2 is a graphics supercomputer that tightly couples symmetric multi-processing with the world's most advanced graphics architecture. The Onyx rack chassis offers maximum expansion. It accommodates from two to 24 MIPS R4400 RISC processors, up to 16GB of memory, up to three terabytes of disk capacity, and from one to three RealityEngine2 subsystems.
The RealityEngine2 graphics subsystem provides the highest performance and most advanced feature set available. Its scalable graphics architecture is designed for realistic interactive graphics. Delivering up to 1.6 million triangles per second and 930,000 textured polygons per second, RealityEngine2 also features real-time texture mapping, full-scene antialiasing, 48-bit RGBA color, 32-bit hardware Z-buffer, expandable frame buffer (40 to 160MB), advanced lighting models, atmospheric effects, and a flexible display generator that can drive resolutions ranging from VGA to HDTV.
The new TKO upgrade kit allows new and existing rack Onyx systems to support up to three graphics users, each with a separate keyboard, monitor, and mouse. Sharing a single Onyx system among two or three workers:
New or existing rack Onyx systems are easily upgradable to support a multiple-user configuration. The minimum requirements are:
MIPS R4400 MC 64-bit RISC CPU
Quantity 2 to 24 Clock Frequency 150MHz Primary Cache 16KB on-chip instruction cache 16KB on-chip data cache Secondary Cache 1 MB per of combined secondary cache per processor
RealityEngine2 Graphics Subsystem
1.6M t-mesh triangles/sec 930K textured t-mesh triangles/sec 80/160/320M textured pixels/sec Hardware texture mapping Real-time anti-aliasing VGA up to 1600x1200 and HDTV display Advanced stereo modes Hardware image processing acceleration 48-bit RGBA color, quad-buffered (192-bits total) 256 to 1024 bits per pixel 40 to 160MB frame buffer NTSC/PAL/S-Video output Broadcast Video I/O (optional)
Bandwidth 1.2GB/sec, parity protected Size 256-bit wide data path 40-bit wide physical Address path
Physical Memory 64MB to 16GB ECC protected Interleaving 1, 2, 4, or 8-way
Dimensions and Weights
Dimensions Height: 62.3" Width: 27" Depth: 48" Net Weight 400 lbs (181 kg)
Temperature -20 to +60 C Humidity 10% to 95% non-condensing Altitude 40,000 MSL
Temperature +5 to +35 C Humidity 10% to 80% non-condensing Altitude 10,000 MSL Noise 65dBA
Electrical & Power
Voltage - Optional 208 VAC 3 Phase US Voltage - Optional 400 VAC 3 Phase Europe Frequency 50/60Hz Heat Dissipation 24,000 BTU/hr, max (3 Phase) Electrical Service 208 VAC @ 30A (3 Phase, 4 wire) 400 VAC @ 15A (3 Phase, 5 wire) Service Type IEC-309
Operating System Software
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