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Tyan launches the personal Supercomputer

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    Tyan, a name known to mostly those who are into workstation hardware cos Tyan is one of the best Workstation motherboard manufacturer for X86 platform, has relesed there latest TyanPSC T-650 series Personal Supercomputer.

    The way it is made is littrally a supercomputer, following the method used in making a super computer with the clusters etc.

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    It contains Dual, quad-core Intel Xeon L5320 processors clocked at 1.86 GHz power each node resulting in a total of 40 cores. It is made usually for small & medium bussiness hence the price of $ 20,000 only.

    The quad-core Xeon processors consume 50-watts per processor. Tyan rates the TyanPSC T-650 as consuming a maximum of 1400-watts total, with 40 CPU cores, while producing less than 52 decibels of noise.

    Now that is what I call a Certified Computing beast. :D Add to this sone Geforce 8800 or Radeon R600 GPUs using Cuda Technology\ Stream engine & you have a teraflop cruncher.

    or just buy a PS3 with cell CPU.
     
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    Super Personal Computer

    If you Are Going to buy a Pc than wait...........here is a better configuration that makes other computers quite silly!!!!!!

    Tyan Computer has announced its latest TyanPSC T-650 series personal supercomputers powered by Intel’s 50-watt quad-core Xeon processors. Tyan targets the TyanPSC T-650 series towards office environments. The new TyanPSC T-650 is a 5-node cluster with 40 CPU cores per system.
    Dual, quad-core Intel Xeon L5320 processors clocked at 1.86 GHz power each node. The quad-core Xeon processors consume 50-watts per processor. Tyan rates the TyanPSC T-650 as consuming a maximum of 1400-watts total, with 40 CPU cores, while producing less than 52 decibels of noise.
    * 1400 Watts max, plugs into standard wall outlet
    * Small form factor, portable
    * Low-noise, whisper quiet operation… less than 52dB.
    * Microsoft Windows Computer Cluster Server 2003
    * Linux Operating System
    * 40 CPU cores per system
    * Up to 60 GB of RAM
    60 Gb ram Wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    we wont be able to buy it
    it would be priced very very high

    source pls
     
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    ^^ Thats a server,not meant to be a desktop :D
     
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    Tyan Computer has announced its latest TyanPSC T-650 series personal supercomputers powered by Intel’s 50-watt quad-core Xeon processors. Tyan targets the TyanPSC T-650 series towards office environments. The new TyanPSC T-650 is a 5-node cluster with 40 CPU cores per system.
    Dual, quad-core Intel Xeon L5320 processors clocked at 1.86 GHz power each node. The quad-core Xeon processors consume 50-watts per processor. Tyan rates the TyanPSC T-650 as consuming a maximum of 1400-watts total, with 40 CPU cores, while producing less than 52 decibels of noise.
    * 1400 Watts max, plugs into standard wall outlet
     
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    please give the source or i will lock it.
     
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