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Bonjours a tous ,

 

 

Alors voila un petit [large]Challenge[/large] , ^^

 

J'aimerai avoir la plus [large]Puissante des configuration[/large] possible avec les plus puissante Carte mere , Carte Graphique , Mémoires , Pros , etc ...

 

A vous de trouver les bon composants et autres ,

 

j'attend des réponse complete MErci (ps: Prix , Photos , et test si possible)

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Jaguar

 

System Name Jaguar

Site Oak Ridge National Laboratory

System Family Cray XT

System Model Cray XT5-HE

Computer Cray XT5-HE Opteron Six Core 2.6 GHz

Vendor Cray Inc.

URL http://www.nccs.gov/computing-...

Application area Not Specified

Installation Year 2009

 

Operating System Linux

Interconnect Proprietary

Processor AMD x86_64 Opteron Six Core 2600 MHz (10.4 GFlops)

 

cores Rmax(GFlops) Rpeak(GFlops) Nmax Nhalf

224162 1759000 2331000 5474272 0

 

Jaguar is the primary system in the ORNL Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF).

 

XT5 Partition

The XT5 partition contains 18,688 compute nodes in addition to dedicated login/service nodes. Each compute node contains dual hex-core AMD Opteron 2435 (Istanbul) processors running at 2.6GHz, 16GB of DDR2-800 memory, and a SeaStar 2+ router. The resulting partition contains 224,256 processing cores, 300TB of memory, and a peak performance of 2.3 petaflop/s (2.3 quadrillion floating point operations per second).

XT4 Partition

The XT4 partition contains 7,832 compute nodes in addition to dedicated login/service nodes. Each compute node contains a quad-core AMD Opteron 1354 (Budapest) processor running at 2.1 GHz, 8 GB of DDR2-800 memory (some nodes use DDR2-667 memory), and a SeaStar2 router. The resulting partition contains 31,328 processing cores, more than 62 TB of memory, over 600 TB of disk space, and a peak performance of 263 teraflop/s (263 trillion floating point operations per second).

 

The SeaStar2+ router (XT5 partition) has a peak bandwidth of 57.6GB/s, while the SeaStar2 router (XT4 partition) has a peak bandwidth of 45.6GB/s. The routers are connected in a 3D torus topology, which provides an interconnect with very high bandwidth, low latency, and extreme scalability.

 

The operating system for Jaguar is the Cray Linux Environment. This consists of a full-featured version of Linux on the service nodes and the Compute Node Linux micro-kernel on the compute nodes. The micro-kernel is designed to minimize partition overhead allowing scalable, low-latency global communications.

Voilà merci d'avoir participé à l'année prochaine

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PC est basé sur un SR2 eVGA avec deux Xeon 5680 et 4 GTX 480 équipées de blocs LCS Koolance.

 

http://www.evga.com/articles/00537/

 

eVGA-SR2-Quad-SLI.jpg

 

 

2 GTX480, 2 Xeon, une mobo = 1700 watts

 

Une pincée de sel, ajoutez 4 GeForce GTX480, mijotez 2 Intel Xeon, le tout sur une carte mère eVGA, assaisonnez avec une alimentation ANTEC de 1200 Watts et vous obtenez une jolie consommation de 1700 watts !

 

Voici la configuration monstrueuse employée partiellement refroidie par de l'azote liquide :

 

* 2 CPU Intel Xeon E5640

* 1 Carte mère EVGA SR2

* 4 Barrettes de DDR3 ADATA 2200 CL8 2GB

* 1 SSD ADATA S592 64GB

* 4 cartes graphiques EVGA GTX480 en 4-Way SLI

* 1 Alimentation Antec TPQ1200W

 

 

82536-evga-shamino-k-ngp-n-gtx-480-sr-2.jpg

 

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