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Categories: Raspberry Pi Super Computer

While the $35 @Pi is by no means a computing powerhouse, in recent years enthusiasts have begun harnessing the power of armies of the tiny boards. There’s a wide range of Pi clusters out there, from modest five-board arrangements all the way up to sprawling 750-Pi machines. If you’re curious to find out more, then here’s five Pi clusters built in recent years, starting with some you can try yourself and moving on to the Pi-based supercomputers being built by research labs.

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