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Old 13th November 2004, 12:56   #1
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Snip: "If I were so inclined, and I'm not a small guy, I could quite easily climb inside an empty T90 chassis, into the cooling chamber. And partially empty was what Armari's T90 was until recently. Collecting the chassis is all well and good - they are spectacles of computing history in their own right - but Dan likes to have them functionally complete, even if they'll never crunch another vector calculation again. So having secured the T90 chassis from a UK institution, as it and its sister T90 were being decommissioned, he set about laying the groundwork for obtaining the CPU, I/O and memory boards needed to build the T90 into a full 32 CPU T932."

Photographs are required to really do the machinery justice, take a look for yourselves...

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