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EXASCALE COMPUTING WITH 18,000 GPUS IN NEW TITAN SUPERCOMPUTER

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The massive parallel computing power of the Tesla GPUs will be used by scientists for research and discovery. It will contribute to research in a variety of scientific fields, including material science, energy technology, medical research, geoscience, and others.

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http://www.electronicsnews.com.au/ne...in-new-titan-s
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I thought supercomputers that are going to be used for something like this would need more CPU power than GPU.
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Srsly: More tesla gpus = faster research. But 18000?!?!?! WOW
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The Titan, a Cray XK6 supercomputer, will deliver over 20 petaflops of peak performance. It will be more than two times faster and three times more energy efficient than the current leader in supercomputing, the K computer in Japan.
Wow...
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google probably uses it to open their email and browse the deep web in their spare time
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Fold on it.
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Fold on it.

Not just folding,Fold for team 37726
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Why are they saying "Tesla" GPUS based on Fermi? Arn't those two different archs?

I thought Tesla was code name for GT200 parts.
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That thing would be nice to have right about now, it's freezing cold in my room.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mxthunder View Post
Why are they saying "Tesla" GPUS based on Fermi? Arn't those two different archs?

I thought Tesla was code name for GT200 parts.
You're right, Tesla was the GT200 series, but they have another actually called Tesla.

http://www.nvidia.com/object/persona...computing.html

ie.:

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Originally Posted by mxthunder View Post
Why are they saying "Tesla" GPUS based on Fermi? Arn't those two different archs?

I thought Tesla was code name for GT200 parts.
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Originally Posted by Wikipedia
The Tesla graphics processing unit (GPU) is nVidia's third brand of GPUs. It is based on high-end GPUs from the G80 (and on)
Its not only GT200, its from G80 and above !
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