[Beowulf] dual Opteron recommendations

Jason Holmes jholmes at psu.edu
Thu Oct 21 14:34:29 EDT 2004


FWIW, we have 80 of the Sun v20z's (Newisys 2100) and we've been very 
happy with them (very well built, reliable, and no problems so far).  We 
have 16 Angstrom blades with dual Opteron Tyan motherboards (s2882) in 
them as well.  They initially had problems, but Tyan figured out the 
issue and shipped us replacement motherboards overnight at no cost.

Thanks,

--
Jason Holmes

Joel Jaeggli wrote:
> I haven't personally dealt with newisys although we're looking at them 
> for larger multiway boxen.
> 
> however if you're looking at tyan, they sell completely integrated 
> building blocks built around their motherboards.
> 
> take a look at the tyan tranport gx28 which comes in 2 bay and 4 bay 
> flavors
> 
> http://www.tyan.com/products/html/gx28b2882.html
> 
> On Thu, 21 Oct 2004, Alan Scheinine wrote:
> 
>> Many venders sell U1 cases for dual Opteron based on the Tyan
>> main boards, but on the other hand, a vender here says that the
>> product Newisys 2100 is much more reliable than Tyan though it
>> costs 10 to 20 percent more.  I have not previously heard of
>> Newisys and I do not recall it being mentioned in this mailing
>> list.  Would anyone like to comment?
>> best regards,
>> Alan Scheinine   Email: scheinin at crs4.it
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