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Old 10-02-02, 10:55 PM Thread Starter   #1
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"New" rig on the Farm...


I've been working on a little project the last couple of weeks, and finally finished it all up:

1 case with 2 motherboards, 3 cpus and a hub for a small Diskless Cluster
This thing has a total of 3Ghz of Crunching Power and should be putting out about 11 or 12 wu per day by itself...plus any other Diskless Client nodes that get hooked into the hub- and there is room for 6 more.

Not bad for one power cable


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Old 10-02-02, 11:01 PM   #2
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That is COOL Where'd you dream that one up? Wondering just what the basis case is for your mod there Roger. Care to fill us in?

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Old 10-02-02, 11:04 PM   #3
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Very cool Doug!! What kind of case is that?

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Old 10-02-02, 11:05 PM   #4
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wow thats awesome! Nice work

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Two monitors too? You could play against your self. But really good job. Nice case too.

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Must be a big case or two really small mobos . Thats something I need to look into, as my farm is making its way into the kitchen Cant really do much in a 1 bdrm apt.


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Must be a big case or two really small mobos . Thats something I need to look into, as my farm is making its way into the kitchen Cant really do much in a 1 bdrm apt.


Thank you for posting this - I truly no longer feel like I have a problem with computer hardware

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Old 10-02-02, 11:14 PM   #8
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Well, that's one heck of a neat idea and I spy an 8KHA+

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Old 10-02-02, 11:27 PM Thread Starter   #9
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More Details and some more pics

The idea came from getting such a HUGE case- Compaq Proliant 1500.
Originally had a P90 and 5 drive scsi raid array in it.

I've seen some pics of cluster setups people have done that were great; usually they are open to kids and animals, etc . though...so when I got hold of that monster case, it was just about a natural

The idea of cleaning up my Ghetto Farm was also in my head anyway......

Boards are an Acorp P3 Duallie and AOpen AK73Pro- all the sdram boards I have left, and they are full size atx boards!
I still need to work on airflow some: case temp is about 34c and the P3s are 42c and 44c, which is higher than they have ever been. I haven't gotten temp monitoring working on the Diskless Clients yet, so I don't know what the TBird is running at.....

The two ATX psu's that are mounted in the psu box (along with the power for the hub) have 92mm intake and exhaust, but the case itself only has 120s for intake and exhaust: at least one more intake is need I think: 1ghz P3s @1050 and TBird 900@954 put out a bit too much heat for that airflow.

Window will be happening at some point.

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nice work Roger!!

and yeah, that first thing i had in mind is cooling! w/ 2 machines, 3 cpus in it, you'll need good airflow!

btw, Go3Team, are you using those cpu/heatsink to fry eggs??!!

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Old 10-03-02, 06:26 AM   #11
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LOL...You beat me to the dual m/b case. Great job rogerdugans

My idea was to make extensions for a m/b stack x2 in one case. That way all the acc cables would be out the back.
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