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Re: USA launches Summit supercomputer
« Reply #1 on: Jun 14, 2018, 06:12 »
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The IBM AC922 system consists of 4608 servers, each containing two 22-core IBM Power 9 processors and six NVIDIA Tesla V100 graphic processing unit accelerators with Mellanox interconnections

Now THAT is a gaming machine. We've advanced a bit since my TRS-80 Model 1.
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