Liquid Computing Launches High-end Server

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What would you do with 80 Opteron processors in a box? Liquid Computing, an Ottawa-based start-up, has begun selling its high-end servers based on Advanced Micro Devices’ Opteron processor. The systems, called LiquidIQ, have room for as many as 80 Opteron chips in a 45.5-inch-tall rack-mountable chassis, and as many as 12 chassis can be linked together with a single high-speed communication network.

Liquid Computing were understandably coy about revealing the pricing for their monster servers, but a conservative estimate would put them in the ten's of thousands.

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30-10-2006, 18:23:58

zinc
Hi all

I have a Prescott 540J 3200 LGA775. I find the fan very load and its causing me ear problems. Can anyone suggest a cheap but quiet alternative fan replacement?

Thanks

zinc

30-10-2006, 18:25:50

ionicle

30-10-2006, 18:33:01

zinc
Hi doomie22

Thanks for the link but its out of my price range at the moment.

zinc

30-10-2006, 18:36:13

NoL
Freezer is about as cheap as it gets for good quietness.

30-10-2006, 18:50:40

zinc
Freezer. Do you know what model I should do a search on for my CPU?

Thanks

zinc

30-10-2006, 19:40:11

WC Annihilus
That would be the Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

30-10-2006, 21:38:35

PV5150
If you wait (1 day or so), very soon there will be a review on this particular cooler

31-10-2006, 05:49:50

zinc
Thanks for the make and model of the cooler and I will Waite a couple of days for the review to see what it can do.

zinc

31-10-2006, 16:42:21

zinc
Just had a thought will the Freezer 7 fit my DFI Lanparty 875P-T motherboard because the heat-sink next to the CPU looks like it might get in the way.

Anyone using the Freezer 7 pro with the DFI Lanparty 875P-T motherboard?

Thanks

zinc
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