[Beowulf] single power supply for multiple nodes

Alvin Oga alvin at Mail.Linux-Consulting.com
Mon Jun 28 18:18:01 EDT 2004

hi ya frank

On Mon, 28 Jun 2004, Frank Joerdens wrote:

> Greetings! I'm wondering if anybody sells (kilowatt-) power supplies
> that can provide power for multiple nodes, and if they're any good
> and/or affordable at all. Might be nice if you're thinking about densely
> packing diskless nodes without normal PC cases - e.g. with custom racks. 

if a mini-itx uses say 3A at +12v DC ... you can use a 700W or 1000W 1U or
2U power supply ( +12v @ 60A capacity ) or even expensive redundant ps
	- use one power supply to run the 10 mini-itx motherboards

- that's the experiment we're doing 
	- use a different custom rack for dual-xeons

- you will(might) save a few $$$ by using one ps for multiple mb,
	but it may or may not be cheaper than one ps and one case
	for eash mb

c ya

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