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I would just use to play some mine sweeper.
lol
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What about the computers they put into Space Shuttles?
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What about the computers they put into Space Shuttles?
Those aren't powerfull at all just efficient.
This is a grid of clusters composed from racks composed from nodes MOAAAAAR POWER!
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You didn't get it tongue.gif
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You didn't get it tongue.gif
Enlighten me please wink.gif
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what program did they run to know the calculations of this Super computer?
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what program did they run to know the calculations of this Super computer?
Passmark.
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post #68 of 90
Space Shuttles travel really fast:p I thought that was going to be the gist of the thread to be honest, sadly not!
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and there'd be a day in the future when people will reference to a single computer which will have the same processing power as these and compare them to the past of today having supercomputers built in rooms tongue.gif
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Passmark.

essentially yes LINPACK HPL benchmark.

edit: also I was wrong in my earlier post, they are using Kylin Linux for OS with SLURM-based resource management.
Edited by un-midas touch - 6/8/13 at 7:11pm
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