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  • ISA Bus Current Use

    PCI Slot Computer

     

     

    NEW Computers with ISA Bus

     

    WE SELL COMPUTERS WITH ISA Slot / ISA Bus. Change is inevitable. Why grumble about losing your ISA bus compatibility when you update your computers?

    Preserve the usefulness of your data written and stored in older formats with Intel servers in tower or rackmount enclosures. Your business needs to stay flexible in the face of changing industry standards. Let NIXSYS configure the hardware you need.

    Using our PC with ISA Bus can make a temporary task safe and secure. That way you won't have to rush or take the focus off of other business matters. The features we offer give you enough muscle to keep working without spending a fortune on transitional technology. It's all backed up by 2-year warranty.

     

    ISA Bus Current Use

    ISA bus is still used today for specialized industrial purposes. In 2008 IEI Technologies released a modern motherboard for Intel Core 2 Duo processors which, in addition to other special I/O features, is equipped with two ISA bus. It is marketed to industrial and military users who have invested in expensive specialized ISA bus adaptors, which are not available in PCI bus versions.

    The PC/104 bus, used in industrial and embedded applications, is a derivative of the ISA bus, utilizing the same signal lines with different connectors. The LPC bus has replaced the ISA bus as the connection to the legacy I/O devices on recent motherboards; while physically quite different, LPC looks just like ISA to software, so that the peculiarities of ISA such as the 16 MiB DMA limit (which corresponds to the full address space of the Intel 80286 CPU used in the original IBM AT) are likely to stick around for a while.

    As explained in the History section, ISA was the basis for development of the ATA interface, used for ATA (a.k.a. IDE) and more recently Serial ATA (SATA) hard disks. Physically, ATA is essentially a simple subset of ISA, with 16 data bits, support for exactly one IRQ and one DMA channel, and 3 address bits plus two IDE address select ("chip select") lines, plus a few unique signal lines specific to ATA/IDE hard disks (such as the Cable Select/Spindle Sync. line.) ATA goes beyond and far outside the scope of ISA by also specifying a set of physical device registers to be implemented on every ATA (IDE) drive and accessed using the address bits and address select signals in the ATA physical interface channel; ATA also specifies a full set of protocols and device commands for controlling fixed disk drives using these registers, through which all operations of ATA hard disks are performed. A further deviation between ISA and ATA is that while the ISA bus remained locked into a single standard clock rate (for backward compatibility), the ATA interface offered many different speed modes, could select among them to match the maximum speed supported by the attached drives, and kept adding faster speeds with later versions of the ATA standard (up to 133 MB/s for ATA-6, the latest.) In most forms, ATA ran much faster than ISA.

    Before the 16-bit ATA/IDE interface, there was an 8-bit XT-IDE (also known as XTA) interface for hard disks, though it was not nearly as popular as ATA has become, and XT-IDE hardware is now fairly hard to find (for those vintage computer enthusiasts who may look for it). Some XT-IDE adapters were available as 8-bit ISA cards, and XTA sockets were also present on the motherboards of Amstrad's later XT clones. The XTA pinout was very similar to ATA, but only eight data lines and two address lines were used, and the physical device registers had completely different meanings. A few hard drives (such as the Seagate ST351A/X) could support either type of interface, selected with a jumper.

    A derivation of ATA was the PCMCIA specification, merely a wire-adapter away from ATA. This then meant that Compact Flash, based on PCMCIA, were (and are) ATA compliant and can, with a very simple adapter, be used on ATA ports.

    At NIXSYS, we believe in building our relationship with our customers even after our products are delivered. Receiving your PC with ISA Bus on time and getting them up and running is just as important as selecting the right components. We've put together a support team that provides attentive and informed service. Don't hesitate to Contact us with any of your questions.

  • EISA Motherboards

    PCI Slot Computer

     

     

    Click Here to Shop Our New EISA Motherboards!

     

    WE Sell New EISA Motherboards / EISA Bus. NIXSYS offers New computers and New EISA Motherboards with EISA slot.

    These EISA Motherboards are ideal for companies looking to fit legacy technology into a EISA motherboards with EISA slot. These EISA motherboards with EISA slot, are an invaluable tool for companies that have the need to update their old computer but still require EISA slot adapters.

    NIXSYS standard product line of EISA motherboards with EISA slot are available with one two or three EISA slots. These EISA motherboards with EISA slots allow fitting up to three full size EISA adapters. Our EISA motherboards with EISA slots are compatible with a variety of different new and old operating systems such as MS XP Professional, MS Windows 2000, MW Windows 98/95, NT, DOS and O/S2 among others.

    EISA is still used today for specialized industrial purposes. In 2008 IEI Technologies released a modern EISA motherboards for Intel Core 2 Duo processors which, in addition to other special I/O features, is equipped with two EISA slots. It is marketed to industrial and military users who have invested in expensive specialized EISA bus adaptors, which are not available in PCI bus versions.

    The PC/104 bus, used in industrial and embedded applications, is a derivative of the EISA bus, utilizing the same signal lines with different connectors. The LPC bus has replaced the EISA bus as the connection to the legacy I/O devices on recent EISA motherboards; while physically quite different, LPC looks just like EISA to software, so that the peculiarities of EISA such as the 16 MiB DMA limit (which corresponds to the full address space of the Intel 80286 CPU used in the original IBM AT) are likely to stick around for a while.

    Many people resist investing in computers with EISA slot for their companies because they think that the system are not available and the ones that are available are too expensive. But here at NIXSYS we use up-to-date industry standard components to custom-built computers with EISA slots at very low price. At Nixsys, we ofer servera option of EISA motherboards with EISA slot. We work with you to design a system that is easy to use and highly efficient. Our trained sales staff address all concerns and provide you with the best possible solutions.

     

    EISA Motherboards with EISA slot

    At NIXSYS, we work with major corporations, universities, small businesses and the U.S. government to develop custom designed computers using our EISA motherboards with EISA slot. We make sure you get the components you need, and we provide the processing power necessary for your applications that required legacy technology.

    One of our most popular EISA motherboards with EISA slot is the tower NX-853. Depending on your needs, you can use a Celeron or Pentium 4 processor for this server and you can use up 2GB of memory. Contact us us for more information.

  • EISA Motherboard

    PCI Slot Computer

     

     

    Click Here to Shop Our New EISA Motherboard!

     

    WE Sell New EISA Motherboard / EISA Bus. NIXSYS offers New computers and New EISA Motherboard with EISA slot.

    These EISA Motherboard are ideal for companies looking to fit legacy technology into a EISA motherboard with EISA slot. These EISA motherboard with EISA slot, are an invaluable tool for companies that have the need to update their old computer but still require EISA slot adapters.

    NIXSYS standard product line of EISA motherboard with EISA slot are available with one two or three EISA slots. These EISA motherboard with EISA slots allow fitting up to three full size EISA adapters. Our EISA motherboard with EISA slots are compatible with a variety of different new and old operating systems such as MS XP Professional, MS Windows 2000, MW Windows 98/95, NT, DOS and O/S2 among others.

    EISA is still used today for specialized industrial purposes. In 2008 IEI Technologies released a modern EISA motherboard for Intel Core 2 Duo processors which, in addition to other special I/O features, is equipped with two EISA slots. It is marketed to industrial and military users who have invested in expensive specialized EISA bus adaptors, which are not available in PCI bus versions.

    The PC/104 bus, used in industrial and embedded applications, is a derivative of the EISA bus, utilizing the same signal lines with different connectors. The LPC bus has replaced the EISA bus as the connection to the legacy I/O devices on recent EISA motherboard; while physically quite different, LPC looks just like EISA to software, so that the peculiarities of EISA such as the 16 MiB DMA limit (which corresponds to the full address space of the Intel 80286 CPU used in the original IBM AT) are likely to stick around for a while.

    Many people resist investing in computers with EISA slot for their companies because they think that the system are not available and the ones that are available are too expensive. But here at NIXSYS we use up-to-date industry standard components to custom-built computers with EISA slots at very low price. At Nixsys, we ofer servera option of EISA motherboard with EISA slot. We work with you to design a system that is easy to use and highly efficient. Our trained sales staff address all concerns and provide you with the best possible solutions.

    EISA Motherboard with EISA slot

    At NIXSYS, we work with major corporations, universities, small businesses and the U.S. government to develop custom designed computers using our EISA motherboard with EISA slot. We make sure you get the components you need, and we provide the processing power necessary for your applications that required legacy technology.

    One of our most popular EISA motherboard with EISA slot is the tower NX-853. Depending on your needs, you can use a Celeron or Pentium 4 processor for this server and you can use up 2GB of memory. Contact us us for more information.

  • PC EISA Slot

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    Click Here to Shop Our PC EISA Slot Computers!

     

    WE SELL PC WITH ISA Slot / EISA Bus. NIXSYS offers PC ISA Slot. These systems are ideal for companies looking to fit legacy technology into a powerful P4 computer or server.

    These PC EISA Slot, are an invaluable tool for companies that have the need to update their old computer but still require EISA slot adapters.

    NIXSYS standard product line of PC EISA Slot are available in a tower chassis and also 3U/4U rackmount chassis, other formats are available upon request. These configurations allow fitting up to three full size EISA adapters. Our PC EISA Slots are compatible with a variety of different new and old operating systems such as MS XP Professional, MS Windows 2000, MW Windows 98/95, NT, DOS and O/S2 among others.

    Many people resist investing in PC EISA Slot for their companies because they think that the system are not available and the ones that are available are too expensive. But here at NIXSYS we use up-to-date industry standard components to custom-built PC ISA Slots at very low price.

     

    PC EISA Slot

    At NIXSYS, we work with major corporations, universities, small businesses and the U.S. government to develop custom build designed PC ISA Slot. We make sure you get the components you need, and we provide the processing power necessary for your applications that required legacy technology.

    One of our most popular PC EISA Slot is the tower NX-ISA. Depending on your needs, you can use a Celeron or Pentium 4 processor for this server and you can use up 2GB of memory. Our PC ISA Slot also offer the Silencer Kit option that make these a very quite computers or virtually silent. Contact us for more information.

  • ISA Bus

    PCI Slot Computer

     

     

    Click Here to Shop Our ISA Bus Computers!

     

    WE SELL COMPUTERS WITH ISA Slot / ISA Bus. Change is inevitable. Why grumble about losing your ISA bus compatibility when you update your computers?

    Preserve the usefulness of your data written and stored in older formats with Intel servers in tower or rackmount enclosures.

    Your business needs to stay flexible in the face of changing industry standards. Let NIXSYS configure the hardware you need.

    Using our PC with ISA Bus can make a temporary task safe and secure. Use your data while you make the change to newer technology over time. The features we offer give you enough muscle to keep working without spending a fortune on transitional technology. It's all backed up by 2-year warranty.

    ISA Bus

    Short for Industry Standard Architecture bus, the bus architecture used in the IBM PC/XT and PC/AT. The AT version of the bus is called the AT bus and became a de facto industry standard. Starting in the early 90s, ISA began to be replaced by the PCI local bus architecture. Most computers made today include both an AT bus for slower devices and a PCI bus for devices that need better bus performance. In 1993, Intel and Microsoft introduced a new version of the ISA specification called Plug and Play ISA. Plug and Play ISA enables the operating system to configure expansion boards automatically so that users do not need to fiddle with DIP switches and jumpers.

    At NIXSYS, we believe in building our relationship with our customers even after our products are delivered. Receiving your PC with ISA Bus on time and getting them up and running is just as important as selecting the right components. We've put together a support team that provides attentive and informed service. Don't hesitate to Contact us with any of your questions.

  • NEW Computers with ISA slot

    PCI Slot Computer

     

     

    NEW Computers with ISA Bus

     

    WE SELL New Computers With EISA Slot / EISA Bus. NIXSYS offers NEW Computers with ISA slot. These systems are ideal for companies looking to fit legacy technology into a powerful P4 computer or server.

    These NEW Computers with ISA slot, are an invaluable tool for companies that have the need to update their old computer but still require ISA slot adapters.

    NIXSYS standard product line of computers with ISA slot are available in a tower chassis and also 3U/4U rackmount chassis, other formats are available upon request. These configurations allow fitting up to three full size ISA adapters. Our NEW Computers with ISA slot are compatible with a variety of different new and old operating systems such as MS XP Professional, MS Windows 2000, MW Windows 98/95, NT, DOS and O/S2 among others.

    Many people resist investing in NEW Computers with ISA slot for their companies because they think that the system are not available and the ones that are available are too expensive. But here at NIXSYS we use up-to-date industry standard components to custom-built NEW Computers with ISA slot at very low price.

    ISA slot

    The ISA bus was developed by a team led by Mark Dean at IBM as part of the IBM PC project in 1981. It originated as an 8-bit system. The newer 16-bit standard, the IBM AT bus, was introduced in 1984. In 1988, the Gang of Nine IBM PC compatible manufacturers put forth the 32-bit EISAstandard and in the process retroactively renamed the AT bus to "ISA" to avoid infringing IBM's trademark on its PC/AT computer. IBM designed the 8-bit version as a buffered interface to the external bus of the Intel 8088 (16/8 bit) CPU used in the original IBM PC and PC/XT, and the 16-bit version as an upgrade for the external bus of the Intel 80286 CPU used in the IBM AT. Therefore, the ISA bus was synchronous with the CPU clock, until sophisticated buffering methods were developed and implemented by chipsets to interface ISA to much faster CPUs.

    Designed to connect peripheral cards to the motherboard, ISA allows for bus mastering although only the first 16 MB of main memory are available for direct access. The 8-bit bus ran at 4.77 MHz (the clock speed of the IBM PC and IBM PC/XT's 8088 CPU), while the 16-bit bus operated at 6 or 8 MHz (because the 80286 CPUs in IBM PC/AT computers ran at 6 MHz in early models and 8 MHz in later models.) IBM RT/PC also used the 16-bit bus. It was also available on some non-IBM compatible machines such as Motorola 68k-based Apollo (68020) and Amiga 3000 (68030) workstations, the short-lived AT&T Hobbit and later PowerPC based BeBox.

    From top to bottom: XT 8-bitISA 16-bit,EISA
    ISA 8-bit card
    ISA 16-bit, Madge 4/16 Mbit/s TokenRing NIC.
    ISA 16-bit, Ethernet 10Base-5/2 NIC.

    In 1987, IBM moved to replace the AT bus with their proprietary Micro Channel Architecture (MCA) in an effort to regain control of the PC architecture and the PC market. (Note the relationship between the IBM term "I/O Channel" for the AT-bus and the name "Micro Channel" for IBM's intended replacement.) MCA had many features that would later appear in PCI, the successor of ISA, but MCA was a closed standard, unlike ISA (PC-bus and AT-bus) for which IBM had released full specifications and even circuit schematics. The system was far more advanced than the AT bus, and computer manufacturers responded with the Extended Industry Standard Architecture (EISA) and later, the VESA Local Bus (VLB). In fact, VLB used some electronic parts originally intended for MCA because component manufacturers already were equipped to manufacture them. Both EISA and VLB were backwards-compatible expansions of the AT (ISA) bus.

    Users of ISA-based machines had to know special information about the hardware they were adding to the system. While a handful of devices were essentially "plug-n-play", this was rare. Users frequently had to configure several parameters when adding a new device, such as the IRQ line, I/O address, or DMA channel. MCA had done away with this complication, and PCI actually incorporated many of the ideas first explored with MCA (though it was more directly descended from EISA).

    This trouble with configuration eventually led to the creation of ISA PnP, a plug-n-play system that used a combination of modifications to hardware, the system BIOS, and operating system software to automatically manage resource allocations. This required a system with an advanced programmable interrupt controller (APIC) replacing the Intel 8259 which the PC was born with. In reality, ISA PnP can be troublesome, and did not become well-supported until the architecture was in its final days since the APIC chip was a serendipitous addition to ISA by the PCI standard, which required an APIC.

    PCI slots were the first physically incompatible expansion ports to directly squeeze ISA off the motherboard. At first, motherboards were largely ISA, including a few PCI slots. By the mid-1990s, the two slot types were roughly balanced, and ISA slots soon were in the minority of consumer systems. Microsoft's PC 97 specification recommended that ISA slots be removed entirely, though the system architecture still required ISA to be present in some vestigial way internally to handle the floppy drive,serial ports, etc., which was why the software compatible LPC bus was created. ISA slots remained for a few more years, and towards the turn of the century it was common to see systems with an Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP) sitting near thecentral processing unit, an array of PCI slots, and one or two ISA slots near the end. In late 2008, even floppy disk drives and serial ports were disappearing, and the extinction of vestigial ISA (by then the LPC bus) from chipsets was on the horizon.

    It is also notable that PCI slots are "rotated" compared to their ISA counterparts—PCI cards were essentially inserted "upside-down," allowing ISA and PCI connectors to squeeze together on the motherboard. Only one of the two connectors can be used in each slot at a time, but this allowed for greater flexibility.

     

    NEW Computers with ISA slot

    At NIXSYS, we work with major corporations, universities, small businesses and the U.S. government to develop custom designed NEW Computers with ISA slot. We make sure you get the components you need, and we provide the processing power necessary for your applications that required legacy technology.

    One of our most popular NEW Computers with ISA slot is the tower NIX-TISA. Depending on your needs, you can use a Celeron or Pentium 4 processor for this server and you can use up 2GB of memory. Our computers with ISA slot also offer the Silencer Kit option that make these a very quite computers or virtually silent. Don't hesitate to Contact us with any of your questions.

  • NEW Computers with EISA slot

    NEW Computers with EISA slot

     

     

    Click Here to Shop Our New Computers with EISA slot!

     

    WE SELL New Computers With EISA Slot / EISA Bus. NIXSYS offers new computers with EISA slot. These systems are ideal for companies looking to fit legacy technology into a powerful P4 computer or server. These computers with EISA slot, are an invaluable tool for companies that have the need to update their old computer but still require EISA slot adapters.

    NIXSYS standard product line of computers with EISA slot are available in a tower chassis and also 3U/4U rackmount chassis, other formats are available upon request. These configurations allow fitting up to three full size EISA adapters. Our computers with EISA slots are compatible with a variety of different new and old operating systems such as MS XP Professional, MS Windows 2000, MW Windows 98/95, NT, DOS and O/S2 among others.

    At Nixsys, we offer 1u servers featuring Opteron processors. We work with you to design a system that is easy to use and highly efficient. Many smaller businesses resist switching from a network of linked computers to a centralized server due to cost considerations. Some companies resist because they don't want to train employees on new software and applications, or they fear losing vital data in the switch over process. Our trained sales staff address all these concerns and provide you with the best possible solutions.

    Many people resist investing in computers with EISA slot for their companies because they think that the system are not available and the ones that are available are too expensive. But here at NIXSYS we use up-to-date industry standard components to custom-built computers with EISA slots at very low price.

    Computers with EISA slot

    The EISA bus was developed by a team led by Mark Dean at IBM as part of the IBM PC project in 1981. It originated as an 8-bit system. The newer 16-bit standard, the IBM AT bus, was introduced in 1984. In 1988, the Gang of Nine IBM PC compatible manufacturers put forth the 32-bit EEISAstandard and in the process retroactively renamed the AT bus to "EISA" to avoid infringing IBM's trademark on its PC/AT computer. IBM designed the 8-bit version as a buffered interface to the external bus of the Intel 8088 (16/8 bit) CPU used in the original IBM PC and PC/XT, and the 16-bit version as an upgrade for the external bus of the Intel 80286 CPU used in the IBM AT. Therefore, the EISA bus was synchronous with the CPU clock, until sophisticated buffering methods were developed and implemented by chipsets to interface EISA to much faster CPUs.

    Designed to connect peripheral cards to the motherboard, EISA allows for bus mastering although only the first 16 MB of main memory are available for direct access. The 8-bit bus ran at 4.77 MHz (the clock speed of the IBM PC and IBM PC/XT's 8088 CPU), while the 16-bit bus operated at 6 or 8 MHz (because the 80286 CPUs in IBM PC/AT computers ran at 6 MHz in early models and 8 MHz in later models.) IBM RT/PC also used the 16-bit bus. It was also available on some non-IBM compatible machines such as Motorola 68k-based Apollo (68020) and Amiga 3000 (68030) workstations, the short-lived AT&T Hobbit and later PowerPC based BeBox.

    From top to bottom: XT 8-bitEISA 16-bit,EEISA
    EISA 8-bit card
    EISA 16-bit, Madge 4/16 Mbit/s TokenRing NIC.
    EISA 16-bit, Ethernet 10Base-5/2 NIC.

    In 1987, IBM moved to replace the AT bus with their proprietary Micro Channel Architecture (MCA) in an effort to regain control of the PC architecture and the PC market. (Note the relationship between the IBM term "I/O Channel" for the AT-bus and the name "Micro Channel" for IBM's intended replacement.) MCA had many features that would later appear in PCI, the successor of EISA, but MCA was a closed standard, unlike EISA (PC-bus and AT-bus) for which IBM had released full specifications and even circuit schematics. The system was far more advanced than the AT bus, and computer manufacturers responded with the Extended Industry Standard Architecture (EEISA) and later, the VESA Local Bus (VLB). In fact, VLB used some electronic parts originally intended for MCA because component manufacturers already were equipped to manufacture them. Both EEISA and VLB were backwards-compatible expansions of the AT (EISA) bus.

    Users of EISA-based machines had to know special information about the hardware they were adding to the system. While a handful of devices were essentially "plug-n-play", this was rare. Users frequently had to configure several parameters when adding a new device, such as the IRQ line, I/O address, or DMA channel. MCA had done away with this complication, and PCI actually incorporated many of the ideas first explored with MCA (though it was more directly descended from EEISA).

    This trouble with configuration eventually led to the creation of EISA PnP, a plug-n-play system that used a combination of modifications to hardware, the system BIOS, and operating system software to automatically manage resource allocations. This required a system with an advanced programmable interrupt controller (APIC) replacing the Intel 8259 which the PC was born with. In reality, EISA PnP can be troublesome, and did not become well-supported until the architecture was in its final days since the APIC chip was a serendipitous addition to EISA by the PCI standard, which required an APIC.

    PCI slots were the first physically incompatible expansion ports to directly squeeze EISA off the motherboard. At first, motherboards were largely EISA, including a few PCI slots. By the mid-1990s, the two slot types were roughly balanced, and EISA slots soon were in the minority of consumer systems. Microsoft's PC 97 specification recommended that EISA slots be removed entirely, though the system architecture still required EISA to be present in some vestigial way internally to handle the floppy drive,serial ports, etc., which was why the software compatible LPC bus was created. EISA slots remained for a few more years, and towards the turn of the century it was common to see systems with an Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP) sitting near thecentral processing unit, an array of PCI slots, and one or two EISA slots near the end. In late 2008, even floppy disk drives and serial ports were disappearing, and the extinction of vestigial EISA (by then the LPC bus) from chipsets was on the horizon.

    It is also notable that PCI slots are "rotated" compared to their EISA counterparts—PCI cards were essentially inserted "upside-down," allowing EISA and PCI connectors to squeeze together on the motherboard. Only one of the two connectors can be used in each slot at a time, but this allowed for greater flexibility.

    The AT Attachment (ATA) hard disk interface is directly descended from EISA (the AT bus). ATA has its origins in hardcards that integrated a hard disk controller (HDC) — usually with an ST-506/ST-412 interface — and a hard disk drive on the same EISA adapter. This was at best awkward from a mechanical structural standpoint, as EISA slots were not designed to support such heavy devices as hard disks (and the 3.5" form-factor hard disks of the time were about twice as tall and heavy as modern drives), so the next generation of Integrated Drive Electronics drives moved both the drive and controller to a drive bay and used a ribbon cable and a very simple interface board to connect it to an EISA slot. ATA, at its essence, is basically a standardization of this arrangement, combined with a uniform command structure for software to interface with the controller on a drive. ATA has since been separated from the EISA bus, and connected directly to the local bus (usually by integration into the chipset), to be clocked much much faster than EISA could support and with much higher throughput. (Notably when EISA was introduced as the AT bus, there was no distinction between a local and extension bus, and there were no chipsets.) Still, ATA retains details which reveal its relationship to EISA. The 16-bit transfer size is the most obvious example; the signal timing, particularly in the PIO modes, is also highly correlated, and the interrupt and DMA mechanisms are clearly from EISA. (The article about ATA has more detail about this history.)

    NEW Computers with EISA slot

    At NIXSYS, we work with major corporations, universities, small businesses and the U.S. government to develop custom designed computers with EISA slot. We make sure you get the components you need, and we provide the processing power necessary for your applications that required legacy technology.

    One of our most popular computers with EISA slot is the tower NIX-TEISA. Depending on your needs, you can use a Celeron or Pentium 4 processor for this server and you can use up 2GB of memory. Our computers with EISA slot also offer the Silencer Kit option that make these a very quite computers or virtually silent. Don't hesitate to Contact us with any of your questions.

  • ISA Slot Servers

    ISA Slot Servers

     

     

    Click Here to Shop Our New ISA Slot Servers!

     

    At NIXSYS, we've got those hard-to-find servers able to accommodate your ISA cards while you make the transition to newer IA-64 technology. Get a great deal on a product with real punch that includes 3 ISA expansion slots, not just 1 slot or 2 like other, mediocre models. We've selected Intel's P4-533 for its proven reliability and its great features.

    Our ISA slot servers give you the choice of tower or 3U/4U chassis, and the choice of single Celeron or Pentium 4 processors. Both formats have 3 expansion slots, up to 2GB of memory, and LAN and graphics support too. That adds up to a lot of features in a low-power, low-price machine with Intel quality. NIXSYS will further customize your ISA slot servers if you have other requirements. Just give our sales team a call.

     

    Making the Move with ISA Slot Servers

    Transitioning toward new technology always leads to new questions, before and after installing the equipment. NIXSYS is a veritable bank of information at your service. Our friendly tech people bring a mind-blowing amount of knowledge and expertise to the table, and they are waiting to share it with you. Applying what they know to your situation can help you make the move from obsolete or defective ISA slot computer to the newer ISA systems NIXSYS can offer.

    Every opportunity to share our knowledge with you is important to us. It gives us the chance to begin and build on a business relationship that we hope will outlive the current technology. At NIXSYS, we know that building a computer for you today influences how you'll think about us tomorrow. Ask us questions about ISA slot servers by Contact us today!

  • PC with ISA Slot

    PC with ISA Slot

     

     

    Click Here to Shop Our New PC ISA Slot Computers!

     

    WE SELL COMPUTERS WITH ISA Slot / ISA Bus. Change is inevitable. Why grumble about losing your ISA slot compatibility when you update your computers? Preserve the usefulness of your data written and stored in older formats with Intel servers in tower or rackmount enclosures. Your business needs to stay flexible in the face of changing industry standards. Let NIXSYS configure the hardware you need.

    Using our PC with ISA Slot can make a temporary task safe and secure. That way you won't have to rush or take the focus off of other business matters. The features we offer give you enough muscle to keep working without spending a fortune on transitional technology. It's all backed up by Intel's 2-year warranty.

     

    We Build PC with ISA Slot

    Consider what you need. We build the best PC with ISA Slot to your specifications. We start with a 3 full size ISA slot motherboard and your choice of a single Pentium 4 or Celeron processor. LAN and graphics capability is included. Add to the generous memory up to 2 GB total, or beef up transfer with PCI connections. Here is your chance to get the features you want on the equipment you need, all at a very good price.

    At NIXSYS, we believe in building our relationship with our customers even after our products are delivered. Receiving your PC with ISA Slot on time and getting them up and running is just as important as selecting the right components. We've put together a support team that provides attentive and informed service. Don't hesitate to Contact us with any of your questions.

  • Computers with ISA slot

    Computers with ISA slot

     

     

    Click Here to Shop Our New Computers with ISA slot

     

    We Sell NEW Computers With ISA Slot / ISA Bus. These systems are ideal for companies looking to fit legacy technology into a powerful P4 computer or server. These computers with ISA slot, are an invaluable tool for companies that have the need to update their old computer but still require ISA slot adapters.

    NIXSYS standard product line of ISA slot Computers are available in a tower chassis and also 3U/4U rackmount chassis, other formats are available upon request. These configurations allow fitting up to three full size ISA adapters. Our computers with ISA slots are compatible with a variety of different new and old operating systems such as MS XP Professional, MS Windows 2000, MW Windows 98/95, NT, DOS and O/S2 among others.

    Many people resist investing in ISA slot computers for their companies because they think that the system are not available and the ones that are available are too expensive. But here at NIXSYS we use up-to-date industry standard components to custom-built computers with ISA slots at very low price.

     

    Computers with ISA slot

    At NIXSYS, we work with major corporations, universities, small businesses and the U.S. government to develop custom designed computers with ISA slot. We make sure you get the components you need, and we provide the processing power necessary for your applications that required legacy technology.

    One of our most popular ISA Slot Computer is the tower NX-ISA. Depending on your needs, you can use a Celeron or Pentium 4 processor for this server and you can use up 2GB of memory. Our computers with ISA slot also offer the Silencer Kit option that make these a very quite computers or virtually silent. Contact us us for more information.

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