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Bid On A Super Computer!

What would you do with a super computer? The better question is what couldn’t you do? This is an incredible once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Even if this massive powerful computer is not within your budget you should still consider auctions for all your computing needs. While this auction may not be for everyone, there are constantly auctions going on that ARE for EVERYONE! This monumental auction includes the following. Components of the Cheyenne Supercomputer: Installed Configuration: SGI ICE™ XA; E-Cells: 14 units weighing 1500 lbs. each; E-Racks: 28 units, all water-cooled; Nodes: 4,032 dual socket units configured as quad-node blades; Processors: 8,064 units of E5-2697v4 (18-core, 2.3 GHz base frequency, Turbo up to 3.6GHz, 145W TDP); Total Cores: 145,152; Memory: DDR4-2400 ECC single-rank, 64 GB per node, with 3 High Memory E-Cells having 128GB per node, totaling 313,344 GB; Topology: EDR Enhanced Hypercube; IB Switches: 224 units. The auction is located in Cheyenne, WY and the end time for the auction is approaching in a few days on 05/03/2024 06:11 PM CT. The current bid is $$165,085.00 USD with the reserve not met yet and there has been one bidders so far so make sure to bid today to have a chance at making this grand pickup truck yours! For any further information, simply click here to subscribe to www.governmentauctions.org for your FREE 3 day trial.