December 7, 2019

How To Make A Cluster Computer (Part 2)



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This is part two of the series that shows you how to make a cluster computer using Raspberry Pi’s!

You can watch Part 1 here:

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Parts you will need:

2 or more Raspberry Pi’s – http://goo.gl/8doKXp
SD cards for each Pi – http://goo.gl/6kelAa
Power Cables for each Pi – http://goo.gl/Zozwk9
Powered USB Hub (optional) – http://goo.gl/Pe6oNl
Networking Cables – http://goo.gl/P540y1
A Hub or a Router – http://goo.gl/srXHvm

Build Instructions:

Make Your Own Cluster Computer (Part 2)

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41 thoughts on “How To Make A Cluster Computer (Part 2)

  1. I just had the best idea ever: use this on old smartphones lying around. No expense in computer hardware (as ur using old phones), so all u do is get the router, usb to ethernet adapter, and maybe a mouse/keyboard somewhere 😉

  2. Ooh i think I kinda get it so you are taking the computers and connecting them then giving each one a key to let them trust one another and then using a thingy to get them to work together to solve a puzzle

  3. hey Tinkernut i have one desktop ordinator i7 and one desktop ordinator i5 and twoo desktop Intel Core M.
    i want to assemble this ordinator in one super server ubuntu for using in scientific calcul ,think for your time.

  4. I would run very accurate simulstions of chemical reactions. Taking in account pressure, heat, electromagnetism, concentrations, isomerisation, chirality, mesomerisation, etc.

  5. Great videos!
    Is it possible to use it for statistical or mathematical modeling like running simulations on R for example ?

  6. So I have to ask because a friend just sent me 10 of these System on a chip computers like the Pine64 and Rasp Pi… Has anyone ever tried this and if so how well does it work?

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