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    Default Win a monster machine

    If you run multi-threaded apps and fancy yourself as a bit of a wordsmith or director/producer this might be for you...

    http://blogs.amd.com/work/2010/03/03/48-cores-contest/
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    That would make a great folding rig. 48 cores would fly through those bigadv work units.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slugbug55 View Post
    That would make a great folding rig. 48 cores would fly through those bigadv work units.
    there are rumors that by the end of this year, we could see rigs with 64 and 128 cores, were is all going to end. every day there are new developements, what next quantum computers that work of light?

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    And after that..............LIGHTSABERS!!!!!!!!!!!

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    FTL computing?

    Yay Moar corz ...just how many apps at once

    Folders and crunchers gotta love this beast but beyond that other than running Pure on it.....????
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