How To… Cram a 24-Core Linux Cluster in $30 IKEA Drawers
This may win the gold in terms of Ikea Hacks. Tim Molter and his friend Alex Nugent needed a ginormous amount of computational power for some projects and they wanted an inexpensive and elegant solution.“We already built a handful of dual-core headless Linux boxes and added them to our local network, but we could see that adding more would not go too far because of space limitations. What we needed was a compact and efficient design with maximal core density.
Guru3D Rig of the Month - March 2015
Have a look at the Guru3D rig of the month March 2015, actually let's call it the PC Desk of the Month. A build that comes from Mathieu Heredia. Mathieu made this build all by himself, and all by han... Page 1