Tech.G Tuesdays | Super Media Computer

The first Tech.G Tuesdays highlight is Tech Genius‘s own

“Super Media Computer”
 
For the busy creative media professional who needs power, speed and reliability along with all the creative freedom needed to begin and close projects fast and consistently…, this gets the job done | Tech.G Tuesdays.

 
128 gigabits of 2600 ddr4 ram
 
Intel 1759 60x extreme 8 core processor
Custom coolant kit with rgb colored coolant solution
 
6 gigabit GtX 980 with 4 display ports
 
1 terabit M.2 Samsung 960 pro SSD
 
1000 Watt power supply
 
Rampage 5 extreme motherboard
 
Compatible with any Operating System or make it use multiple Operating systems at once
 
Install up to 10 Internal HDs
 
Needless to say, this Tech Tuesdays highlight is well worth the mention.


A supercomputer is a computer that performs at or near the currently highest operational rate for computers. Traditionally, supercomputers have been used for scientific and engineering applications that must handle very large databases or do a great amount of computation (or both).
What is the use of a supercomputer?
Supercomputers play an important role in the field of computational science, and are used for a wide range of computationally intensive tasks in various fields, including quantum mechanics, weather forecasting, climate research, oil and gas exploration, molecular modeling (computing the structures and properties of …
Seymour Cray developed the first transistorized supercomputer for the Control Data Corporation in 1958. He introduced the CDC 6600, the first supercomputer to use functional parallelism, in 1964.
The first Atlas was officially commissioned on 7 December 1962, nearly three years after the Cray CDC 6600 supercomputer was introduced, as one of the world’s first supercomputers – and was considered to be the most powerful computer in England and for a very short time was considered to be one of the most powerful …

History of supercomputing – Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_supercomputing
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