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I'm currently doing this and might I add, I've done it before for about 30 seconds before it exploded taking out the local transformer XD

In Short I have 2 [i used 4 last time] mother boards and I am going to try and load them in parallel.

Why?, you may ask - in short i'm doing it for the lols and I know it creates a motherboard with processing speeds unlike anything ive used before.
THIS sounds interesting

If you find a way to pull it off I might actually go ahead and get a couple of i7 boards Big Grin
This does sound very interesting, but i don't understand how it'll work.

Definitely get some pics and a log up :thumbs
(12-06-2010 01:20 PM)Mark Wrote: [ -> ]This does sound very interesting, but i don't understand how it'll work.

Definitely get some pics and a log up :thumbs


In short each mobo can connect to the others chips and such but crucially the two cpu's share commands and such, I can't go in detail yet as its likely I'll patent the idea as it resulted from 4 1.6 ghz processors I got 10. 98 ghz in parallel but I used the wrong wires and it lierally exploded. :/ if you pm me I'll give you some more detail but atm I am on my blackberry in the bullring, birmigham xD
Wow. I have a spare laptop, that the graphics card melted on (common problem with hp dv900) would that work ? How does compaitibility work between the motherboards ?
compatibility works with the capability of the person making it, as I've realised that I had a custom made BIOS for my last one :/ so i'm gonna have to find out who wrote it for me :/
I think you're taking gaming to the extreme here Jack XD Overclocking is one thing but really....
yeah but if i got it working, i bet you'd be one of the first to either get my prototype or get my schems lol
If you got it working, i'd want it. Tongue
the question would be could you handle it, it would need constant attention to prevent an explosion ...
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