Look at this one click here
So my Abacus is now redundant. |:-(
don't want to sound like a fuddy dudd but this isn't a Helproom topic...interesting tho.I'm bored
But the figures quoted in the artice are useless without any figure for a Desktop to compare them with. they quote speed for big blue in operations per second, without giving a figure for a PC, which is normally in Mhz, to compare to. Like saying this car top speed 200Kph, that car 150 Mph. If you dont know the conversion factor for Mph into Kph, you have no idea which is faster.So it's fast. How fast I have no idea.
Still slow, one day they might catch up to mine, the enterprize edition. :-))
Must have - - but where am I going to find another 2398.8 square feet of space?
To quote from one reviewan Intel Itanium 2 at 1.5 GHz can complete 4 floating point operations per cycle or a theoretical peak performance of 6 GFlop/s.So at 70.72 trillion floating point operations per second, Blue Gene/L is approximately 11,786 times faster than a 1.5GHz single processer Itanium server.
that's one hell of a desktop-hol pol...
Whoa that's slow compared to the computer on ST: Voyager that could do something like that per nano second.Next...;-))
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