You may not like it, but this is what peak freedom looks like

Anthony Campbell
Anthony Campbell

You may not like it, but this is what peak freedom looks like.

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wiki.raptorcs.com/wiki/Operating_System_Compatibility_List
packages.ubuntu.com/disco/handbrake

Nathaniel Richardson
Nathaniel Richardson

that chassis though

What is this 2000 and 7?

Camden Kelly
Camden Kelly

this is what paid shilling looks like

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Adam Ross
Adam Ross

isn't all of the actual source/specification material still basically locked behind a paywall by IBM, the biggest jew of all time?

Carter Scott
Carter Scott

22 cores/socket
SMT4
6-way decode
native quad precision floats
110mb L3$
PCIe 4.0
botnet free

Yeah, fuck x86.

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Elijah Gutierrez
Elijah Gutierrez

Does it support IBM™ System/D OS?

Carter Adams
Carter Adams

My problem is OS choice. Is there support for Ubuntu? What about stuff like Handbrake? Because their chips have SMT-4, they'd make a great dedicated encoding/VM machine.

Owen Gomez
Owen Gomez

Where to buy

Ryder Bennett
Ryder Bennett

you have to pay high price to be free
YIKES!

Brandon Harris
Brandon Harris

raptorcs.com/content/BK1B02/intro.html

Nathan Perez
Nathan Perez

the poor shouldn't be allowed to use technology.

Anthony Turner
Anthony Turner

Thanks

Brayden Powell
Brayden Powell

no cap

Bentley Taylor
Bentley Taylor

Based and redpilled

Landon Long
Landon Long

Its a dual socket server that's not in a rack. What exactly are you expecting
these certainly aren't consumer systems.

Liam Lee
Liam Lee

based POWERShill

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Camden Rogers
Camden Rogers

OpenPOWER
not RISCV

Camden King
Camden King

Can this thing run windows and pubg, fortnite?

Easton Jenkins
Easton Jenkins

Install gentoo

Alexander Scott
Alexander Scott

Yes

Bentley Nguyen
Bentley Nguyen

Laptop when?

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Christian Carter
Christian Carter

For what is space to the right from memory/below power connevtor used for?

Jack Nelson
Jack Nelson

OK! This is epic! Where can I order it!?

Camden Kelly
Camden Kelly

virtual machine

Connor Roberts
Connor Roberts

Not really. Those behind Openpower are actively helping the chinks.

Elijah Johnson
Elijah Johnson

Botnet card, mandatory in the US and UK.

Elijah King
Elijah King

A wha..?

Leo James
Leo James

SMD pcie
planned obsolescence

Jaxson Cook
Jaxson Cook

I got mine too but i'm not motivated to do anything computer related at the moment. Maybe in a few weeks. Are you using a GPU? Are there any blob free?

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Ethan Rogers
Ethan Rogers

How much with the CPU?

Kevin Scott
Kevin Scott

about three fiddy.

Charles Peterson
Charles Peterson

Is the ISA free?

Brody Rivera
Brody Rivera

is there support for my dead and irrelevant distro?

Every time with you lincucks.

James Nelson
James Nelson

Can I at least run PPC OS X on it somehow?

Justin Reyes
Justin Reyes

The only reason we don't have open hardware is thanks to fucking Stallman saying we don't need it.
It's mind-blowing how he can be so right about some stuff and so incredibly wrong about other stuff.

Kayden Wilson
Kayden Wilson

We don't have "open" hardware because it's literally impossible without nano-fabrication tech that would allow us to create and modify it at home. It's all still made and controlled exclusively by multi-billion dollar corporations whether some marketing stooge tells you it's free or not.

Christian Campbell
Christian Campbell

if they don't use any binary blobs does it even matter that production is required?

Caleb Carter
Caleb Carter

So the chip being a physical black box to you isn't a problem? The point of open source software from a privacy perspective is that you're sure there's no unknown code or function.

John Jones
John Jones

I don't see any solution besides releasing all the code and schematics. At some point there has to be trust with any mass produced product.

Angel Moore
Angel Moore

This is what i paid + 160$ for customs and VAT. This was the preorder black Friday offer i think it's somewhere around 1600$ now.

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Elijah Foster
Elijah Foster

This thread is filled with butthurt AMD shills.

Dylan Wright
Dylan Wright

How is nvlink involved here??

Austin Hernandez
Austin Hernandez

Peak freedom is Gentoo on an Intel laptop.

inb4 amd garbage
Yall niggas free to leave a power outlet for more than 8 hours? lmfao

Asher Wright
Asher Wright

this was supposed to be sub $1k with 4c16t cpu included. it's now $1400 which is too much and i'd rather get epyc embedded.

Jose Martin
Jose Martin

no M.2
no SATA
only two DRAM slots
1 full sized PCI slot
That's a yikes for me.

John Hernandez
John Hernandez

lmfao dude power hasn't been competitive since the late 90's.

Why would you believe some dipshit extolling its resurrection. Literally fucking retarded. You got played.

Juan Cruz
Juan Cruz

no SATA
Wrong
only two DRAM slots
256GB is pretty decent
no M.2
1 full sized PCI slot
That's a downside but if you need more you can get a dual socket system if you're not a poorfag.
raptorcs.com/content/TL2B02/intro.html

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Brandon Lopez
Brandon Lopez

wiki.raptorcs.com/wiki/Operating_System_Compatibility_List

Ethan Cook
Ethan Cook

How does this perform in rendering tasks?

Carter Campbell
Carter Campbell

packages.ubuntu.com/disco/handbrake it's availlable for ppc64el but x264 is heavily optimized for x86 and not so much for POWER9. There are phoronix benchmarks.

Ethan Morgan
Ethan Morgan

Yes, 20x price for less performance than you'd get with a normal computer from a normal brand. I wonder who could be behind such an amazing deal.

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Owen Allen
Owen Allen

Yes goyim, buy into cheap proprietary chips that have NSA inside the microcode controllers.

Liam Rogers
Liam Rogers

This motherboard still requires binary blobs.

Chase Kelly
Chase Kelly

this, where the heck are the rgbs??

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