I now own 2 Intel System 310 chassis. This 310 was missing the top and back panel. Rather than pull the push on connectors off the fuse/power switch, the wires were cut. The fan for the multibus cage had been removed, and the multibus back plane was dammaged. I was able to repair that damage. I will have to fabricate a bracket and put a 12 VDC fan back in the chassis.
Here is what it looked like when unpacked:
Here is the damage to the multibus backplane:
Here we have the 360 KB floppy and the Archive 5945C Tape cartridge (I now have two identical drives):
Here is the repaired multibus backplane:
Here is an Archive tape controller board branded with an Intel part number. I was missing this piece from my first Intel 310:
Here is the Intel CPU board from this chassis. This board is not maked with an Intel type number. It is an iSBC 286/12. I have a 1 MB DRAM daughter board by Intel without a type number:
Here is the Matrox X900/64-4 board. It has 64 4164 DRAM chips, another 80286 processor, SRAM and EPROM onboard:
Here is the Tape/FDD/HD controller. I believe it is either an iSBC 214 or 221:
Here is the Intel CPU board without the DRAM daughterboard:
All in all, I am very happy with this purchase for $120 plus shipping. This has provided replacement parts for Intel 310 CHassis 1, if necessary, or another operational Intel 310 for my use. I will have to pull the disk deck and repair the power cable to the power supply which is located below the disk drives.
1535 MST 26 April 2013