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Old 14-11-17, 11:58 AM
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The SaturnV AI Supercomputer will soon be powered by over 5,000 Volta GPUs

Nvidia aims to make the SaturnV the world's most efficient supercomputer.



Read more on Nvidia's SaturnV supercomputer getting a Volta upgrade.

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10x performance over Titan... But can it run Crysis?
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I think they meant Titan as the fastest supercomputer i USA, and not the Titan graphics card
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I think they meant Titan as the fastest supercomputer i USA, and not the Titan graphics card
That is most likely true, shame on me. Then again, that makes America's fastest supercomputer look rather slow.
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