Man Takes Pi-Calculating Record From Supercomputer with Core i7 Desktop

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Bilbert

Pi = 3.1415926535 8979323846 2643383279 5028841971 6939937510 etc.

 

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Thrall

Pi is an irrational number

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Cruzg10

PI IS EXACTLY THREE!

 - Professor Frink

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snapple00

That is morbidly obese!

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Metalmorphasis

GREAT!

Proof that no Mac needed!

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kiaghi7

IT'S OVER 9000!!! (decimal places...)

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keithfreitag

 Not a math nut or anything but does Pi have an END?

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Queenof1

nope. I forgot the name of this kind of decimal but does not terminate.

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ThePsychoMachine

Can it run Crysis?

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Matt_Rapp

 Just wait till some one lets an i9 run for a hundered days, even better two of them with 24 GB of DDR3 on one of EVGA's new dual socket boards. : )

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