Goodwill has interesting stuff. Here's one you don't see
Thanks for the heads up and I bided on the item for the museum and it's at
$21 right now.
These are sold by the National Atomic Museum on Kirtland AFB in Albuquerque, NM:
I bought mine (016 of 340) about eight years ago for $50 when I visited the museum.
they haven't sold all 340 by now. They now sell for $58 new to give you an idea of
maximum bid should be if you don't just buy a new one from the museum. The one in the
been re-framed. I re-framed and re-matted mine but in a much nicer black frame than the
the auction (frame only cost me $5 on sale at Target due to superficial damage on its BACK
I, also, made some new labels with far more info about the machine and specific board.
ASCI Red, the first tera-ops supercomputer was recently decommissioned at Sandia (on
I emailed the National Atomic Museum to suggest that they get some boards and frame them
of the significance of the tera-ops barrier. I received no response.
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