PledgeManager for The RPG Tracking System ft. Paladin Woodworking!

Turing Pi 2 Cluster Computer

A project in Wilmington, DE by Turing Machines Inc
000days 
:
00hours 
:
00minutes 

Funding Successful

Run up to 4 Raspberry Pi, Nvidia Jetson and Turing RK1 compute modules together. Build a homelab, learn Kubernetes, self-host apps.
Backers: 7083
Average Pledge Per Backer: $307

Funded: $2,174,571 of $64,000
Dates: May 16th -> Jun 15th (30 days)
Project By: Turing Machines Inc
Tags:
Aw shucks, no tags yet. +Suggest

Suggest Tags

Begin typing to search or pick from a list. You can add multiple tags at the same time!
SubmitCancel
Saving your suggestions...
Suggestion Saved Successfully
Thank you for your help! The Kicktraq gnomes will get to work on your suggestions very soon.

Please keep in mind not all suggestions may be used, and repeated re-submissions may result in being rejected automatically (and we don't want that to happen).

If you have any questions, have a good idea for a tag, or a more in-depth suggestion - please feel free to let us know!

Ok
Hrm... something went wrong.
Hey, bad things happen to the best of us. Don't worry, the gnomes have been dispatched. Maybe try again in a little while.

Ok

$2,174,571

current pledge level
Last Updated: June 15 @ 12:07 -0400 GMT

3397%

of goal
funding period ended

$0

trending toward
Trends are not projections. Read More >>

0%

of goal

(loading your very own snazzy kicktraq chart)

(loading your very own snazzy kicktraq chart)

(loading your very own snazzy kicktraq chart)

(loading your very own snazzy kicktraq chart)

(loading your very own snazzy kicktraq chart)

Now you can share!

Help your backers reach your daily goals and help others see how you're doing. It's easy, with Kicktraq Mini.

Here are a few quick snippits of code you can use to embed your personalized widget on your website, in your blog, and even on your favorite forum.

HTML for websites & blogs
Copy HTML

BBCode for forums
Copy BBCode

Reddit code for... well, Reddit
Copy Reddit Code

Special Note: Kickstarter recently disabled remote embedding for images on project pages, so embedding code doesn't work on project pages (yet) - just everywhere else.

You can read more about it here.
Latest News

CM4 Mythbusters

June 10th - via: kickstarter.com
From the moment of the last update we have received many questions about what is supported and what isn’t. Some backers started even thinking that the CM4 modules will not be supported on the Turing Pi 2. We have put a compact table together to... (Read More)

8 GB/s NVMe storage support for each node

June 7th - via: kickstarter.com
Yay! We are adding NVMe storage support with a bandwidth of up to 8 GB/s per node. Each computing node will now be equipped with a dedicated M.2 slot for high-speed storage devices installed on the back of the Turing Pi 2. The PCIe slot routing... (Read More)

The Turing RK1

May 27th - via: kickstarter.com
Congratulations to all backers! We have achieved our third stretch goal. This means that already this summer we will start designing the Turing Pi compute modules based on the RK3588 processor. We aim to provide you with the best possible experience... (Read More)

Keyboard now available to Master Node

May 24th - via: kickstarter.com
We have implemented a minor change in the Turing Pi 2, adding a USB 2.0 port available to all nodes. Now, for example, a keyboard will be available to be used with the first node. The USB bus of the Turing Pi 2 is used for system tasks such as... (Read More)

Turing Pi 2 Cluster Computer Supports Up to Four NVIDIA Jetson or Raspberry Pi Compute Modules

May 18th - via: techeblog.com
Put simply, the Turing Pi 2 is essentially a 4-node mini ITX cluster board with a built-in Ethernet switch that runs NVIDIA Jetson or Raspberry Pi CM4 compute modules in any combination. Think of it as a data center server rack, but far more compact, quiet, and incredibly energy-efficient. (Read More)

HURRAY!

May 17th - via: kickstarter.com
1M mark We congratulate all our backers with reaching the $1М milestone THAT WAS INTENSIVE! Raising $200k in the first 15 minutes and $400k in the first 30 minutes is a great start considering the campaign was purely organic.  Two stretch goals... (Read More)

If you have additional news that doesn't appear here, shoot us a link!