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    2828== Project Status == 
    29 '''February 03, 2019:''' More commercial news. First, tested systems with six-core/six-thread Xeon E-2176G (these chips run at 80W vs 65 W for i5,i7, Limulus cooling works)  Check out more news about Xeon/ECC Limulus, rack-mount options and more at [http://basement-supercomputing.com/ Basement Supercomputing]. (STL files are almost ready) 
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    31 '''November 12, 2018:''' We are getting ready to release the STL files for 3D printing brackets for the tower Limulus machines. Over at [http://basement-supercomputing.com/ Basement Supercomputing], systems with new six-core i5-8600 and 6-core/6-thread i7-8700. 
     30'''August 22, 2019:''' A new white paper posted on [https://www.clustermonkey.net/Site-News/new-documents-available-to-site-users.html Cluster Monkey] (simple reg required). In the paper the cost of a commercial Limulus (both HPC and Hadoop version) is carefully compared to similar EC2 instances. Striking results. 
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     32'''February 03, 2019:''' More commercial news. First, tested systems with six-core/six-thread Xeon E-2176G (these chips run at 80W vs 65 W for i5,i7, Limulus cooling works)  Check out more news about Xeon/ECC Limulus, rack-mount options and more at [http://basement-supercomputing.com/ Basement Supercomputing].  
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     34'''November 12, 2018:''' We are getting ready to release the STL files for 3D printing brackets for the tower Limulus machines (delayed until fall 2019). However, you can get the SC19 slides describing our 3D printed Limulus case at [https://www.clustermonkey.net/Site-News/new-documents-available-to-site-users.html Cluster Monkey] (reg required) Check out [http://basement-supercomputing.com/ Basement Supercomputing], systems with new six-core i5-8600 and 6-core/6-thread i7-8700. 
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    3336'''November 11, 2016:''' After a long silence, we have news. First, benchmarks for Coffee Lake (Intel) and Raven Ridge (AMD) will be available real soon. Second, [http://basement-supercomputing.com/ Basement Supercomputing], who sponsors this project, has converted all the metal brackets needed to place a Limulus system in a commercial case to 3D-Printed parts. They will also be releasing the files needed to print the parts to the community.