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P2C2: Portable Personal Cluster Computer
3D-printed case for an 8-node cluster of Nvidia Jetson-TK1 embedded Linux boards.Maker/DIY
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I created this 3D-printed case for an 8-node cluster of Nvidia Jetson-TK1 embedded Linux boards so that I can learn embedded Linux, CUDA, MPI, and other high performance computing technologies.
Each of the 7 vertical nodes has a Jetson board and a 2.5" SSD.
The horizontal 'Master' node adds an additional Gig Ethernet port via
the mini-pcie socket (to connect to a development PC), a powered USB3
4-port hub, and a realtime-clock PCB. It is connected to the 10"
monitor via HDMI.
An 8-port gigabit switch PCB crammed into the bottom case above the 300 watt power supply connects all the nodes together.
All I need to develop CUDA /Cluster apps is plug the unit into an AC wall socket.
You will need a 3D printer capable of printing 225mm x 130mm parts ( ~9" by 6" bed).
I have included .STEP format design files of all parts to facilitate modifications.
I updated Files and Documentation on March 15, 2015
Materials and methods
See the PDF file
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