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    Quote Originally Posted by compmodder26
    Does it say anywhere how many processors it has ? I couldn't find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santa's little helper
    Does it say anywhere how many processors it has ? I couldn't find it.
    Me neither... And what about the total amount of ram + clockspeed?

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    Concerning clockspeed
    1.2 GHz x86 microprocessors

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    Thanx, but I were after the "total amount" of clock-speed...

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    Up to 96 processors and 192 GB of RAM

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    Up to 96 processors and 192 GB of RAM
    :drool: :drool: :drool:

    Mmmmm , I'm going to have wet dreams tonight

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    OMFG,

    i wonder if the nasa techs play doom 3 on that during lunch break?
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    \"pr0n\": An anagram of \"porn,\" possibly indicating the use of pornography.

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    Quote Originally Posted by designbydave
    OMFG,

    i wonder if the nasa techs play doom 3 on that during lunch break?
    I bet they could watch their own porn-movies at fullscreen on their own monitors at a time during lunch-break :P

    3000-porn movies going at the same time *drool more than ever*

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    Sheeh and I thought the new AMD 64's were sweet. With 96 processors at 1.2 Ghz each, thats about 115 Ghz.

    That columbia is nothing to scoff at either...

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    OK, but can it run Doom 3?

    Anyways, thats pretty nice, I wouldn't mind a couple of those at my house. Imagine how fast you could compile Gentoo packages on that thing.

    And the world needs more high-profile linux projects like this, in order to increase public awareness

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