Tokyo Touts First SSD-Based Supercomputer

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CentiZen

But LINPACK is a really bad way of testing out 5th generation supercomputers. It made alot of sense to test by it in 1980's when supercomputers had much fewer cores than current generation, but since the suit dosen't really use take advantage of the interconnected cores and relies more on floating point operations and cache memory for it's operations.

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BeEazy10

But It seem like nobody can out perform the Number one fastest supercomputer "Jaguar". I seen many fail.

 But at least the TSUBAME 2.0 is the greenest supercomputer on the planet lol, and omg 179T of SSD Jesus dont one of them cost about $5,000?

lol give me 1TB and im happy for the rest of my life.  

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gendoikari1

Wait, the Jaguar's TOP500 rankings are 1759.00 PFLOPS under Linpack and 2331.00 PFLOPS theoretical. This one can apparently get to 2390 PFLOPS, either or (although the current second fastest supercomputer can get to 2984.30 PFLOPS theoretical).
 

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OS-Wiz

I wonder if I could borrow a terrabyte of the 173 they have.

 

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