Hardware pron thread

Patriot

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Waves hand like jedi, distributed computing... your power company will love you, and the cops will think you are growing pot.
 
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Chuntzu

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Bahhaha! That's extremely funny....and true! I had two 30amp 220/circuits with a big ups on each with voltage readings and was showing 1500ish watts each with a bunch of gear just idling. My power company loved it. Especially when I was distributing x264 over a couple dozen dual processor nodes and started tripping the over draw circuitry at 60 amps total. Now a couple dozen of those quads would push those Kwh up there.

Pot..no officer that's my hydroponic herb garden!
 

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I wonder who's going to be the first to post some photos of an actual intel 3d xpoint product
 
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b3nz0n8

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@Patriot may have some insight:

I just forget what it is....

Oh yeah... fits in my M710 :)



Interesting, plenty of possibilities with the Hyper Kit or Intel 750 M.2 Express Bay adapter (if compatible).



Beyond the ASUS motherboard, I'm curious if the m.2 Express Bay adapter would potentially work on a partially populated HP Moonshot Platform + m300, m400, m710 cartridges + NVMe power source:


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m300 (the adapter looks to be the right size for m300, bottom right corner) :
Specs (Pg 2): Industry Standard Compliance PXE Support PCIe 3.0
(Pg 12): HP Moonshot 64G SATA VE M.2 2242 FIO Kit



m400:


m710:

 
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Patriot

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All of the m.2 drives sold for the moonshot are sata based drives.
I can try a pcie drive in one but I doubt it will accept it.
nvme would require additional support...