[Hardware] Status on FPGA PCB

Nathan Klassen klassenn at uregina.ca
Mon Dec 4 20:54:34 EST 2006


The earlier arguments "against" pursuing a GPU based solution was that 
it was too expensive, but at least I can use a high end video card for 
gaming :)  I can't see too many people willing to plop down a grand for 
such a board..

John L. Bass wrote:
> 	a grand for two by the time we add eeproms/flash, power supplies, cap's,
> 
> a grand for a octal board ...
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