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 Aug 31, 2007 - 10:00 AM - by Michael
* Budget Supercomputing

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Don't have millions of $ to shell out for a supercomputer? Make one on a budget.

So by the summer of 2006 when the price of hardware materials needed to build Microwulf had gone down, Adams asked his academic department to provide $2500 for the project. He also asked Brom, then beginning his last year at Calvin, to help him build the supercomputer. In January of 2007, they began to piece together their system and by March, they were running tests to see just what Microwulf could do. In the end, the project came in under budget with Microwulf donning a price-tag of just $2470.

 

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