[HARDWARE] Dedicated hardware for SETI@home

xeonix xeonix at home.com
Wed Jul 26 01:34:13 EDT 2000


You guys read about how the whole thing was a hoax?  Kinda funny...  almost
took me in ;-(

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jerome Lamarque" <jlamarque1 at cybercable.fr>
To: <hardware at lists.distributed.net>
Sent: Tuesday, July 25, 2000 4:12 AM
Subject: Re: [HARDWARE] Dedicated hardware for SETI at home


> 'lo everyone,
>
> À (At) 1:57 -0500 25/07/2000, Jim C. Nasby écrivait (wrote) :
> >So someone pony up the $$$ and find out. :P Be sure to let us know how
well
> >it works :P
> >
> >BTW, what do those things cost anyway? :)
>
> http://www.krasnoconv.com/order.html
>
>
> Single processor board, equipped with one CPU : US$89
>
> Multi-processor board with one CPU installed : US$129
> Additionnal Processor (up to 6 on a MP board) : US$65
>
> A 6 CPU board would be: US$129 + 5(US$65) = US$454
>
> Anyway this board doing mostly FFT calculations I'm pretty sure it
> would be bad at RC5, for OGR on the other hand, it could be a
> monster, who knows...
>
> CuL8er in the dumpster.
>
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> Those who can count... and the others."<mailto:jlamarque1 at cybercable.fr>
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