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EU Supermicro 4 Node Server 2022TG 8x AMD Opteron 6275 16 Core CPU G34 @£199 Collection Only

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  1. michathe

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  2. Iaroslav

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    Interesting! How much CryptoNight hashes it will push? :)
     
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  3. anoother

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    These look super interesting, BUT:

    - I can find no mention of them on the SM site, or anywhere in fact
    - The heatsinks look like Intel heatsinks... Not even sure if they're big enough to cover a G34 CPU.

    They have SGI/Rackable stickers, so likely custom OEM solution by SM?
     
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  4. Mishka

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    Also opteron 6275? seller says it is limited to 2 instead of 8 Floating point ops
     
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  5. michathe

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    I thougt these where LGA1366 at first but Supermicro makes a Motherboard that seems do use intel Heatsinks on the G34 socket.

    Super Micro Computer, Inc. - Aplus Products | Motherboards | H8DGT-HLIBQF
     
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  6. anoother

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    Yup, was just looking into it. That does look like the board, and this looks like the system: Super Micro Computer, Inc. - Products | A+ Servers | 2U | 2022TG-HLIBQRF

    You can also see in the seller images how the socket almost meets the edge of the heatsink on one end, so it definitely looks G34 sized.

    I wonder how much the FLOPS limitiation impacts performance; I guess these were designed to be used for network pushing packets around at high-speed, where it probably doesn't make too much difference.

    I don't need a loud, power-hungry, relatively-low-performance cluster, but I am mighty tempted...
     
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    Just spotted this one too, and it's not too far from me (half hour drive or so), but as others have said - too power hungry for my liking. Still, it would pretty much double my core count at home... ;)
     
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  8. Mishka

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    Wonder if you could swap out the CPU for a 6272 or a 6276, both fairly common and cheap (£20-30 per CPU) although they are getting a bit rare it seems for the cheap ones
     
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  9. anoother

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    And they're gone. Anyone here?
     
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    What do you mean, gone?
    54 available 11 sold

    PS: got one, if it's worth burning that much electricity - maybe I'll shop for a few more
     
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  11. anoother

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    Yes, seller has ended the listing. Suspect a deal was done offline.

    Let us know how you get on!
     

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  12. Iaroslav

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    Ah, yes... They were going too fast. Maybe later we will see them again for a higher price.
     
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