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    News - New EU based supercomputer to be ARM-based

    The Mont-Blanc Project will use the same CPU as the Samsung Chromebook.
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    Re: News - New EU based supercomputer to be ARM-based

    Yeah, no.

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    Re: News - New EU based supercomputer to be ARM-based

    Name sucks, but the idea is good.
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    Re: News - New EU based supercomputer to be ARM-based

    Only dual A15 per node, doesn't sound so promising.

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    Re: News - New EU based supercomputer to be ARM-based

    Quote Originally Posted by Lemonparty View Post
    Only dual A15 per node, doesn't sound so promising.

    "If you were plowing a field, which would you rather use: Two strong oxen or 1024 chickens?"

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    The chickens. It would be funnier!!

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    Re: News - New EU based supercomputer to be ARM-based

    Quote Originally Posted by Lemonparty View Post
    Only dual A15 per node, doesn't sound so promising.

    "If you were plowing a field, which would you rather use: Two strong oxen or 1024 chickens?"

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    Welcome to hexus. Great quote, but sadly not correct today, well ever since the 90s really.
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    Re: News - New EU based supercomputer to be ARM-based

    Massive parallelism hasn't become mainstream on the desktop though (well, discounting graphics cards).

    Ten years ago I'd have predicted modern CPUs to become more like modern graphics cards with hundreds of cores.
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