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post #11 of 60
First LGA-1150 one I've seen, but SBCs have been around longer than 90% of OCN has been alive.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Single-board_computer
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Its to bad they didn't put a PCI-E connector on it, then you could have unlimited computers in a computer!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by xlastshotx View Post

Its to bad they didn't put a PCI-E connector on it, then you could have unlimited computers in a computer!

These don't even have the capability to connect to traditional systems.
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Originally Posted by Tsumi View Post

I don't think these do what people think it does. Just look on Axiomtek's website exactly what the backplanes it goes into are.

http://www.axiomtek.com/products/ListProduct.asp?ptype1=209&ptype2=260&ptype3=274


Yeah, it looks like this is more for fitting a PC in a funky shaped chassis rather than creating an all-in-one, multi-node system.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by XAslanX View Post

ASRock did this years ago with the AGP slot

That's not the same thing.

The original post is about an SBC, which is a complete system on a single board.

The ASRock product you mention was just their way of providing a novel upgrade path from S939 to AM2. The daughterboar only has a CPU socket, DIMM slots, and some VRM components; it's not an entire system and still needs that specific bothboard it was built for to function. The interface is a repurposed AGP slot, but is not AGP signaling and could not work in any other board.
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Originally Posted by FlighterPilot View Post

Yeah, it looks like this is more for fitting a PC in a funky shaped chassis rather than creating an all-in-one, multi-node system.

You can do either with SBCs, depending on the standards they use and the backplanes available.
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Does this thing have any consumer use?
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More recently.....

There is Intel Xeon Phi 7120P is 61 cores + 16GB in a dual-slot PCIe card. I believe it runs RHEL or CentOS.


There was also Calxeda systems:

Edited by DuckieHo - 3/27/14 at 9:53pm
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I wonder if it could be used as a render node?
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post #20 of 60
Just need one question answered:

Why?

Pretty cool idea though.
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