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The NSA's super computer, fastest water cooled computer.

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Very interesting, looks like "Fastest Water-Cooled Computer" was a understatement
     
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superpi 32m time???
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Originally Posted by Chilly View Post
Very interesting, looks like "Fastest Water-Cooled Computer" was a understatement
That's what i said.. all to crack encryption codes.
pretty neat
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post #5 of 33
Not exactly water cooled. Refrigerated flourinert bath.
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Quote:
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superpi 32m time???
HAHA. We're talking... less than milliseconds here. Probably. 0.000023 of a second, maybe?
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Originally Posted by Giggers View Post
HAHA. We're talking... less than milliseconds here. Probably. 0.000023 of a second, maybe?
Probably less than that by a long shot.
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Originally Posted by Giggers View Post
HAHA. We're talking... less than milliseconds here. Probably. 0.000023 of a second, maybe?
Infinitely less, considering:
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In attempting to break a code, it will mount a brute-force attack -- trying EVERY possible combination to determine the code's key. Such a task is formidable -- as the possible keys for a common encryption system total 70,000,000,000,000,000 (seventy-quadrillion). It would take a home computer 22,000 years. The Thinking Machine computer can do it in just a few seconds.
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post #10 of 33
I'm being nit-picky here, but I'm willing to wager that the computer linked in the OP wouldn't be able to run superPI. Just because superPI is a program written for the x86 architecture, and NASA's primary super computers are not x86 based last I checked.

I'm sure they would post impressive times if they actually could run it, but I don't think they actually can. Correct me if wrong!
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