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Question Hmm will this computer run Doom3 & HALO3

Not sure if its up to the task....:

http://www.top500.org/lists/2006/06

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The No. 1 position was again claimed by the BlueGene/L System, a joint development of IBM and DOE’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) and installed at DOE’s Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in Livermore, Calif. BlueGene/L also occupied the No. 1 position on the last three TOP500 lists. It has reached a Linpack benchmark performance of 280.6 TFlop/s (“teraflops” or trillions of calculations per second) and still remains the only system ever to exceed the level of 100 TFlop/s. This system is expected to remain the No. 1 Supercomputer in the world for the next few editions of the TOP500 list.
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Blue Gene The world's fastest computer (getting close to petaflop speed) is IBM's Blue Gene with a top speed of 360 trillion operations a second.

IBM and its petaflop partners are exploring a growing list of applications including hydrodynamics, molecular dynamics, quantum chemistry, climate modeling and financial modeling.


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Probably not, its most likely use is to help our government build a better computer to keep track of our phone calls.
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or more efficiently model and compute the track of hurricanes and other severe weather phenomenon.
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You guys spoil all my fun....ha ha ha

I seem to remember somewhere years ago of a computer built for the airforce to theoretically simulate prototype nuclear devices....I think it was IBM


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I seem to remember somewhere years ago of a computer built for the airforce to theoretically simulate prototype nuclear devices....I think it was IBM
actually it was to simulate the propagation of radioactive fallout from nuclear blasts as it applied to the pilots who delivered those payloads.

also it figured wind delivery and wind propagation of nuclear accidents like chernobyl.

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actually it was to simulate the propagation of radioactive fallout from nuclear blasts as it applied to the pilots who delivered those payloads.

also it figured wind delivery and wind propagation of nuclear accidents like chernobyl.

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Thanks, I remember reading about it years ago, just not exactly what it did..thanks for the update....still interesting stuff to say the least


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Thanks, I remember reading about it years ago, just not exactly what it did..thanks for the update....still interesting stuff to say the least
yeah, they are the ones who provide all that data to places like National Geographic including the "pictures"
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And just think all on a computer that wasn't as powerfull as the one that I have now that can't even run internet explorer without locking up over some stupid javascript.
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And just think all on a computer that wasn't as powerfull as the one that I have now that can't even run internet explorer without locking up over some stupid javascript.
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actually its probably bad coding so it wouldn't matter anyways
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You better watch it or I will get someone set us up da bomb!
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only if it has Sony batteries in it.....


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Linpack benchmark performance of 280.6 TFlop/s (“teraflops” or trillions of calculations per second) and still remains the only system ever to exceed the level of 100 TFlop/s.

Is that any faster then my 1.8 ghz 64bit HP?


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I don't think the Nodes have enough memory


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