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Your Own Personal Supercomputer

Tyan Personal Supercomputer

If you have a desire to crunch some serious numbers – and about $10,000 burning a hole in your pocket, consider picking up the Typhoon PSC from Tyan.

The world’s first desk-side supercomputer has a weath of features that include:

  • Incredible small-sized supercomputing system (14″ x 12.6″ x 26.7″)
  • Support for up to four (4) nodes with one or two processors (including Dual Core support)
  • Low-noise operation… less than 47dB!
  • Up to 64GB of DDR400/333 Registered memory (AMD Opteron-based system)
  • Up to 32GB of DDR2-667/533 Unbuffered memory (Intel Pentium D-based system)
  • Eight (8) Gigabit Ethernet ports integrated for network expansion options
  • Up to four (4) Serial ATA HDD devices supported
  • Four (4) built-in EPS12V 350W power supplies with PFC
  • Finally, I can do my own research into fluid dynamics.


    Posted by Sean


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