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We need more of these biggrin.gif

If you're willing to foot the >$100M bill to build something like this tongue.gif
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post #22 of 37
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If you're willing to foot the >$100M bill to build something like this tongue.gif

I just got a huge idea (no clue to the feasibility of it). We all here at OCN donate any spare parts we don't need anymore, elect a crew to assemble them all together into the ultimate Frankenstein! Donate it to the F@H effort. Idk, probably thought of before. But hey one can dream.
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I just got a huge idea (no clue to the feasibility of it). We all here at OCN donate any spare parts we don't need anymore, elect a crew to assemble them all together into the ultimate Frankenstein! Donate it to the F@H effort. Idk, probably thought of before. But hey one can dream.

F@H is distributed computing wink.gif replaces the need for one big computer with many small ones. You really just need all those people to fold on those parts, not the frankenstein itself. Though that would be sweet haha. So is this...
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It also avoids the huge power bill ! As "we" pay that portion....

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Well that explains the shortage of NVIDIA GPU's! redface.gif
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F@H is distributed computing wink.gif replaces the need for one big computer with many small ones. You really just need all those people to fold on those parts, not the frankenstein itself. Though that would be sweet haha. So is this...

This is exactly what I'm doing. My Spare Parts rig is used specifically for folding. I have no other use for it anyway. biggrin.gif
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9 MegaWatts under full load.
wow.
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I don't understand why 9MW at full load is the limiting factor for this super computer (as mentioned in the article).

Is that a break even point at which increasing the size is not a viable option (cost/performance ?) or is it difficult to provide power to such a facility ?

I can't imagine the latter being a problem. A small nuclear power station can create ~400MW. Heck, even a small solar farm can easily create 9MW with the power grid as a backup. I think 3 big wind turbines can provide the same kind of power. thinking.gif
Edited by MoGTy - 11/1/12 at 3:55am
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I don't understand why 9MW at full load is the limiting factor for this super computer (as mentioned in the article).
Is that a break even point at which increasing the size is not a viable option (cost/performance ?) or is it difficult to provide power to such a facility ?
I can't imagine the latter being a problem. A small nuclear power station can create ~400MW. Heck, even a small solar farm can easily create 9MW with the power grid as a backup. I think 3 big wind turbines can provide the same kind of power. thinking.gif
Maybe due to the fact that it's electronics and supplying this much power to plant like this would just cost to much for the results/performance.
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They're using it to render out the final cinematic scenes for Crysis 4. It's so intense, it needs that much. tongue.gif Then the REAL game will only support a quad core. :3
     
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