Tyan brings supercomputing to the desktop
Now this is cool.
"The specs vary between the models a bit, but there are eight sockets and up to 16 cores on either one, depending on how you want to set up the system. The Opteron can handle 64GB of memory, 32 for the Pentium. There is one S-ATA drive per blade, and they are coupled through GigE on the back. Each blade has an independent 350W PSU for a total of 1400W, which fits nicely in the 1500W most circuits can provide." Tyan brings supercomputing to the desktop
(Submitted by Noel Tue Mar 14, 2006 )
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