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Old 12-05-21, 10:00 AM
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AMD confirms that their EPYC processors will power Singapore's Fastest Supercomputer

AMD's 3rd Generation EPYC processors continue to be a huge success for AMD.



Read more about AMD's EPYC processors powering Singapore's strongest Supercomputer.

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I've always wondered what these supercomputers specifically do on a day to day basis.
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I've always wondered what these supercomputers specifically do on a day to day basis.
epeen competitions between the top scientists to see who can calculate the most accurate Pi in the fastest time
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I've always wondered what these supercomputers specifically do on a day to day basis.
It's in the article, "Researchers will use the system to advance scientific research across biomedicine, genomics, diseases, climate, and more."

So they will process whatever they need at that time. Anything that requires massive amounts of data processing and memory usage pretty much needs something of this scale. Depending on the task can take a few days, weeks, maybe months to complete.
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There's also some single use ones like the large supercomputers the met office and similar organisations have for weather prediction/modelling
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There's also some single use ones like the large supercomputers the met office and similar organisations have for weather prediction/modelling
Pretty sure thats what NBD meant by climate.
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Pretty sure thats what NBD meant by climate.
Yeah I just meant to say not all research ones are time-shared, since it's somewhat rare to have those single purpose ones like the met office and such do
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It's in the article, "Researchers will use the system to advance scientific research across biomedicine, genomics, diseases, climate, and more."

So they will process whatever they need at that time. Anything that requires massive amounts of data processing and memory usage pretty much needs something of this scale. Depending on the task can take a few days, weeks, maybe months to complete.
Oh, sorry, I missed that.
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