Posts by vortish

1) Message boards : The Lounge : Single Board Computers And Their Use To computational Crunching (Message 87584)
Posted 11 Aug 2018 by Profile vortish
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That is awesome. I think if a group of us got together and put one of these mini superputer together and ran it on linux we could do some real good crunching
2) Message boards : The Lounge : Single Board Computers And Their Use To computational Crunching (Message 87537)
Posted 9 Aug 2018 by Profile vortish
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I have plenty of power for my main pc! I know that the University of Stanford built a array of raspberry pies that did something like ten thousand peta flops I dont remember how many were in that but I would think if you strung lets say five to ten you would get a couple beta flops per sec which is not a whole lot but in the grand scheme of things every flop that translates in to more research being crunched is better for the projects or am I wrong!
3) Message boards : The Lounge : Single Board Computers And Their Use To computational Crunching (Message 87534)
Posted 9 Aug 2018 by Profile vortish
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I been using my main desktop to do all the crunching for my self. But recently I have thought of using some thing like a raspberry pie in a small network array to do this by it self. I am wondering if any one has tried this and what was the outcome of the array? Do they have a place in the computational crunching arena or not?
4) Message boards : The Lounge : New here (Message 87533)
Posted 9 Aug 2018 by Profile vortish
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thanks I know I will
5) Message boards : The Lounge : New here (Message 87336)
Posted 27 Jul 2018 by Profile vortish
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New to the lounge but not to seti I started about four years ago and now my rig can handle more processes. i am looking to build a single board super puter buy linking five or six together and just have them running seti and other projects.




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