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Re: free/pick-up: Origin 2000 sgi 2400, Tilburg, The Netherlands

On 28 Apr 2009, at 2:26 pm, Joost van Baal wrote:


Tilburg University in the Netherlands wants to get rid of an Origin 2000 sgi 2400. It consists of 3 cabinets of about 2 meters high; width about 22 inch. Out of the 4 panels present, 3 are still fully functional. Is has 48 GB RAM and 24 CPU's running at 200 MHz. It's free for anybody willing to arrange transportation. Please reply to joostvb+sgi@uvt.nl if you're interested (I am not subscribed to this list). If you plan to use the machine for Free Software
work, you'll get a priority handling :)

Cool, pretty much a Top 500 machine when it was bought, I should think.

*sigh* lapses into nostalgia for his days administering SGI Origin machines, back in the late 90's.

Sadly, I have neither the need nor the space for such a machine.


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