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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/4111866.stm I thought this was an interesting read. The pace at which technology moves today is stagering....
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    the most powerful comuter in the world


    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/4111866.stm

    I thought this was an interesting read. The pace at which technology moves today is stagering.
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    Looking at the picture, I don't think that one will fit in my living room.
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    Yeah, yeah, but can it run Quake?
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    That was rather insteresting, I look forward to seeing them finnish that computer... hmm, I wander if it would fit in the garage?
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    I wonder how long it'd take a machine like that to factor a RSA key.

    Can you imagine what kinds of problems the computers on the list could solve if they pool their collective power?
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    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    Yeah, yeah, but can it run Quake?
    Screw quake. I want to know if we can get a nice game of hearts or solitare on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Workaphobia
    I wonder how long it'd take a machine like that to factor a RSA key.

    Can you imagine what kinds of problems the computers on the list could solve if they pool their collective power?
    Last time I checked, http://distributed.net had more Horsepower than all of the top 100 combined.

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    that thing dont have anything on my old p2 386mhz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamey112
    that thing dont have anything on my old p2 386mhz.
    A P2 386
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    I just noticed the typo in the subject of this thread. So just who is the most powerful comuter in the world? I commute, perhaps it's me. Haha.
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