The units used at the Eurosys tutorial in March 2008 were bought from a local (Cambridge) company: World of Computers, they do not have the nice thermal readouts of the units at Stanford, but they are locally available and they worked very well. Price was in pounds, hardest component to source was the case.
Additional notes: one hard disk is in the caddy and one is in the internal mount bracket this permits fairly easy machine cloning via software raid.
|2||500-SATA||128||500GB 8.5ms Hard Disk 7200rpm SATA Seagate (64)|
|1||SH-W163A-BL||19||Samsung DVD RW (+/-) OEM Dual Layer/16xDVD+R,8xDVD+RW,16xRead-SATA|
|2||KVR667D2N5/2G||48||667MHz DDR2 Non-ECC CL5 DIMM (24)|
|1||Q6600||151||CORE 2 QUAD Q6600 2.4GHZ SKT775 FSB1066 2X4MB CACHE|
|1||DG33TLM||69||Intel DG33TLM uATX 1 PCI slotx FSB 133MHz GB Lan|
|1||PSU-350||23||Delta ATX 350W Power Supply|
|1||SATA-Caddy||25||Removeable SATA HDD Caddy|
|1||SG01S||75||Silverstone Cube chassis with perspex window|
|1||EXPI9402PT||84||Intel PRO/1000 PT DUAL PORT|
|Total:||760.00 +84 = 622.|