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MUHAHAHA:devil:
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But can it play Crysis? tongue.gif

Fixed it for you. tongue.gif

On Topic: With OVER 9000 processors, the power consumption on this thing must be pretty enormous. I wonder what eaxtly can this thing do. biggrin.gif
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More details:

http://www.hpcwire.com/hpcwire/2013-06-02/full_details_uncovered_on_chinese_top_supercomputer.html?featured=top

OS: SLURM. (probably temporary)

Also from the report by Jack Dongarra of Oak Ridge National Labratory (PDF), some of the softwares being ported are:

High-order CFD Simulation: HostA

Business Opinion Analysis

Security e-Government Cloud
Edited by un-midas touch - 6/8/13 at 2:53pm
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Now uses it for calculations that actually help mankind like accurate weather calls or maybe F@H(Bet this could run the entire WU instead of just parts of it maybe even multiple)
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Labor is cheap because of the exchange rate and the working attitude of Asian countries. They have longer working hours than Americans, not just China, this includes Japan, Korea, Taiwan and some Southeast Asian countries. With South Korea and Japan raking in 48+ hours a week on average.

I find it interesting how many people here are still unaware that America's economy is in free fall and yet we still hold such arrogant and belittling attitudes towards China when we should be learning from them.

Too much loathing and contempt when we hear other countries being better than us. America, in it's current state, is #1 in all the wrong categories.
Because many Americans have serious manhood issues. When we hear other people/countries being bigger or greater than us it makes us feel inferior when we should be the exact opposite, aspire to intelligence not belittle it.
It's funny that you think that. It actually isn't true. US manufacturing has been seeing huge gains in the last few years.

The myth comes from the idea that 'everything is made in china". That simply isn't true. China is a great source for consumer goods, but nothing of any significant value is produced by them. The US is moving to automation, producing vastly more complex and useful goods, and the demand for skilled labor is increasing.

I will never claim the US has the number one economy, but it is not the worst either. And we do indeed suck in most other categories. But...

Did you know that for every dollar we owe in national debt, other countries also owe us an average of 89 cents? Did you also know that China only owns a small percentage of our debt, and having other countries own debt is GOOD for the economy? The national deficit issue is a joke, in order to sustain a country in times of poor economy, running a deficit is the only thing keeping things moving forward.


They might work 48 hours a week, but on average a US employee is 6 times more productive due to advances in automation and efficiency, and that is where your entire post falls to pieces.

And while we are at it, all of the auto manufacturers in the US took bailouts. All of them, even ford. The difference is they secured PRIVATE loans, so they can technically say it wasnt a bailout.

And all three companies have paid the loan/bailouts back already.

Oh, and those people working 48+ hours a week aren't getting over time. I work 50-60 hours a week, every week, and collect fat overtime on it. Chances are my standard of living is far higher than those people who are supposedly more willing to work than I am.
Edited by Masta Squidge - 6/8/13 at 2:39pm
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That is a good computer for me lol
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It's funny that you think that. It actually isn't true. US manufacturing has been seeing huge gains in the last few years.

The myth comes from the idea that 'everything is made in china". That simply isn't true. China is a great source for consumer goods, but nothing of any significant value is produced by them. The US is moving to automation, producing vastly more complex and useful goods, and the demand for skilled labor is increasing.

I will never claim the US has the number one economy, but it is not the worst either. And we do indeed suck in most other categories. But...

Did you know that for every dollar we owe in national debt, other countries also owe us an average of 89 cents? Did you also know that China only owns a small percentage of our debt, and having other countries own debt is GOOD for the economy? The national deficit issue is a joke, in order to sustain a country in times of poor economy, running a deficit is the only thing keeping things moving forward.


They might work 48 hours a week, but on average a US employee is 6 times more productive due to advances in automation and efficiency, and that is where your entire post falls to pieces.

And while we are at it, all of the auto manufacturers in the US took bailouts. All of them, even ford. The difference is they secured PRIVATE loans, so they can technically say it wasnt a bailout.

And all three companies have paid the loan/bailouts back already.

Oh, and those people working 48+ hours a week aren't getting over time. I work 50-60 hours a week, every week, and collect fat overtime on it. Chances are my standard of living is far higher than those people who are supposedly more willing to work than I am.
Wow you really like America.
I do like most OCN'ers from America as long as they are nice and have a decent education and are preferably non republican voters.
Don't know about the 6x so efficient though as China also has universities especially those in previous British territory should be top class and they also have the optimization where there is need for it (if it increases the profitability that is)
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Wow you really like America.
I do like most OCN'ers from America as long as they are nice and have a decent education and are preferably non republican voters.
Don't know about the 6x so efficient though as China also has universities especially those in previous British territory should be top class and they also have the optimization where there is need for it (if it increases the profitability that is)
It isnt a matter of liking this place, its just facts.

We fail on world rankings of almost everything, but the uninformed would have you believe this country is going to collapse any minute. It simply isn't true.

And we don't have anything to learn from China, unless all we are trying to do is make pure profit at the expense of everything else. China doesn't produce anything but consumer goods. Thats it.

As for productivity, they have hundreds of workers sitting in assembly lines putting things together. In the US, we have a machine that builds things just as quickly and is staffed by one person.

Hell, we (not the company I work for, but others) have entire manufacturing areas that are "lights out". Meaning literally they just shut the lights off and the machines run without a single soul in sight. The few people maintaining those machines are paid more than the entire room full of chinese workers, plus the cost of the machines, maintenance, and utility bills. That's why chinese production is cheaper... for consumer goods that is. They just pay the workers, and keep the lights on.

Thats why the average american workers outproduces the average chinese worker by a huge margin. And it's also why we get paid more.


There is something to be said about having 3 times the cost of bills in income, and the ability to buy my GTX Titan, while I watch netflix on a 3DTV and game on three monitors in surround. And chances are that chinese person works a hell of a lot harder, for less money, while producing less goods than I do at work.

3 of us are responsible for 32 injection molding presses, many of which run cycle times less than 10s. I think it's safe to say I am far more productive during the day than the temps we have assembling the parts we mold.
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I would just use to play some mine sweeper.
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I would also like to point out that their quality control is terrible. We have a couple jobs that were originally farmed out to china. Now we have the molds in house and we make the parts because they were simply incapable of meeting quality standards.

Our maximum flash (excess plastic on a part) is .005" for most of our parts. As in any more than that and the part fails inspection, along with the whole batch usually. Most of our medical parts have tighter standards than that.

Usually our flash is measured in ten thousands, which is to say it is effectively not there. We do precision work, for specific applications, which simply isn't possible with the current abilities of the chinese workforce.
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