Show your Parallella!!

Any technical questions about the Epiphany chip and Parallella HW Platform.

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Re: Show your Parallella!!

Postby greytery » Thu Oct 30, 2014 6:29 pm

Neat!

All fans have a 'dead spot' immediately in front of the motor hub.
The main 'heat spot' on the Parallella comes from the Zynq (although other chips get warm too).
Going by your picture, it looks like the 'dead spot' is positioned over the Zynq 'heat spot'.
Likely that under the hub there is very little air-flow - just where you need it most!

Suggest you put a spacer between the fan and the sink, maybe 1-2 cm longer screws, so that you get the air-flow.
Perhaps not so neat - but probably lower temp.

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tery
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48-node parallela cluster

Postby ykx » Mon Aug 10, 2015 2:16 am

1U , 600W power , with 48 node.
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Re: Show your Parallella!!

Postby hukuzatuna » Mon Mar 07, 2016 12:27 pm

I'm new to the Parallella community, but here's my new "desktop," a little four-board cluster.

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Phil
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Re: Show your Parallella!!

Postby eleitl » Sun Feb 19, 2017 2:13 pm

I've recently resurrected my Kickstarter board (it only had a popped out flash card, whew) and upgraded it to Paraubuntu.

Here is my ghetto Lego case (my son helped) for it.

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