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Old 18-11-12, 07:09 PM
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Don't know it but in comparison to tesla it's cheap.

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Old 18-11-12, 08:24 PM
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how does this only come to £300?!
I have no idea! Not complaining
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Old 18-11-12, 10:08 PM
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Old 18-11-12, 10:17 PM
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Looks very simple but good, I like it
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Old 19-11-12, 12:35 PM
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Nice, looks good are your pxe booting them? where are you getting the blade's from, ebay?




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Intel introduced two Xeon Phi product lines at SC'12. The Xeon Phi 5110P (pictured below), priced at $2,649, is already shipping to partners and will be officially released on Jan. 28. The Xeon Phi 3100 product family will be made available in the first half of 2013 carrying prices under $2,000 per coprocessor, Intel said.
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Old 19-11-12, 04:39 PM
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Nice, looks good are your pxe booting them? where are you getting the blade's from, ebay?
I have no idea yet, im deciding between 80GB HDDs or usb drives, and those xeon cards are WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY out of my budget!
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Old 24-11-12, 04:08 PM
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Update: Im going with the 12U cabinet but im not filling it.
It will have:
1x Rack (12U)- £75
4x dell PowerEdge SC1425 (1U) - £200
1x 4U ATX Case (4U) - £50
1x PDU (1U) - £25
1x Network Switch (1U) - £25
Total (10U) - £375
The extra wires etc - £25
Total - £400
I will get the 4U case filled up in the new year. For the components im getting for the 4U case it will cost £400 including the case itself.
I will have room for a 2U ups or nas server in the future, i dont know what im putting in the 4u case yet, probably an i3 system for working on which will house my nvidia quadro 3400, i may obtain another 1 or 2 for folding





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This is going to be my rack pc that will be in the 4u case:

Im probably not going to get it all from amazon its just a reference list and the hotswap and card reader are required :P
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What kind of Xeon CPU is in those PowerEdge SC1425's?
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Old 24-11-12, 04:45 PM
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What kind of Xeon CPU is in those PowerEdge SC1425's?
I dont know, its a hyper threaded dual core xeon thats all i know :P I will try and get in touch with the guy selling them to find out
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I'm thinking it's a single core P4 based xeon with HT. Hard to tell from a search, but it's an older server. Find out for sure, and if that's the case, they won't be worth the electricity to run them.
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