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dancingfools

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Ciao a tutti, sto cercando la versione deskside di SGI Prism come collezione personale.
Grazie
Radames
 

dancingfools

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Sfortunatamente non ho mai visto alcun prisma in natura.
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In fact it is very difficult to find any. Above all, I think because SGI was already in bankruptcy at that time and therefore it will certainly have sold very few.
 

opcode

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I have one. I played with it for a while headless back in 2012. I have since found all of the propack and Linux OS software for it. I bought a second graphics card for it. Maybe I should put it together and try to get everything running and working. I have no idea what one of the desksides is even worth. I think it has two itanium CPUs and 4 or 8GB of ram in it.
 

CiaoTime

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Jan 15, 2020
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I have one. I played with it for a while headless back in 2012. I have since found all of the propack and Linux OS software for it. I bought a second graphics card for it. Maybe I should put it together and try to get everything running and working. I have no idea what one of the desksides is even worth. I think it has two itanium CPUs and 4 or 8GB of ram in it.
Interesting! Please, do document it if you do: I'd managed to find a Prism in January of this year, but the system continually crashes when trying to install Linux on it from CD. Days of troubleshooting haven't gotten me anywhere: here's hoping you've got better luck!
 

dancingfools

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Interesting! Please, do document it if you do: I'd managed to find a Prism in January of this year, but the system continually crashes when trying to install Linux on it from CD. Days of troubleshooting haven't gotten me anywhere: here's hoping you've got better luck!
Good morning, when you get tired let me know. I am looking for a non-functional Prism deskside collectible.
Thank you
 

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