Here’s a lower cost way of making a sorta-supercomputer, it reminds me of the computer from Pi… –
Microwulf is a personal, portable Beowulf cluster, providing over 26 Gflops of measured performance, for less than $2500. Its dimensions are just 11″ x 12″ x 17″, making it small enough to fit on one’s desktop or in a suitcase.
Microwulf: A personal, portable Beowulf cluster – [via] Link.
4 thoughts on “Microwulf: A personal, portable Beowulf cluster”
26 Gflops and all the RF interference you could ever want. Seriously, is this anywhere near FCC-kosher?
ha… Pi was a great movie. i remember his computer’s name being Euclid… and remember the CPU that ran the whole thing? it was like some tiny little DIP-8 chip that could rule the world!
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