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Two computers shair processor?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Paynesmanor, Nov 11, 2007.

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  1. Paynesmanor

    Paynesmanor Thread Starter

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    Is it possible to take two older P3's and wire them together through PCI or the long black pci looking slot, so the two computers act as one?
     
  2. dannyn

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    haven't ever heard of this done...
    my initial response is no....
    but i guess anything is possible.
     
  3. mclarenvj

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    errr u could sell them and buy 1 thats twice as powerful...
     
  4. prunejuice

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    I think you are referring to a cluster.
     
  5. mclarenvj

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    wow that makes my science homework much more easier.
    stringing a group of elements into 1.

    same as stringing a Pc to another PC, just probably more difficult for us.
     
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