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Someone has fit these boards into a Coolermaster cases.... http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1676632 http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php/697638-4p-systems-Cases-and-Case-Mods Also, looks like this guy could do a custom rack thing maybe.... http://spotswoodcomputercases.com/wp/ Good luck!
Easy to do if your case isn't made for it initially..Get a $7 1U filler panel for a top brace maybe, add a $30/$72 fixed or sliding drawer and you got it!With all the brackets and such available for 19" rack stuff, easy to be creative...PS: A band saw can help you reduce the size of the mobo as well... PPS: In truth, rack mount stuff is usually heavy duty for obvious reasons. If I had tools and time, I would consider buying the sliding tray thing and start drilling...
I have seen extra large mobo/case setups mounted "vertically" in racks and seen many cases designed just for that... doesn't have to be horizontal mounted...
It can take a few days to show up on BOINCStats and such... Be patient once you start running and make sure ALL other projects you may sign up to run that you use the EXACT same user name and PW so they all get linked with the same "Cross Project" ID number...The projects update their XML stats once a day, then the stats websites update their stats once a day... takes a while to get all worked out. Obviously the Project websites will have stats ahead of the external Stats...
Congrats! Great job!
Somebody has to periodically check the periodicity of the periodic checks too...LOL
LM-Sensors isn't perfect, but it's pretty good...Still, I like the GUI myself... PSensor uses LM-Sensors and does a nice display you can edit...
Nice! Typical low-pro server setup. Looks to me as if you have room to put a couple "thin" fans on top of those heatsinks and not worry about the plastic piece. 80x80x15 120x120x12
Magic, don't see any pictures of your current new setup with CPU's installed etc... So far as temps go, your CPU's should run fairly cool given the size of the heat sinks and air flow and such. You also didn't mention which CPU is which. Not having enough info, I would offer a couple tests you must surely already be aware of. 1) Measure actual CPU voltages if possible using a multimeter directly on the Mobo. Make sure they are the same for both CPU's. 2) Swap CPU's and...
Wow! Great job Magic!!!!
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