Fujitsu and Riken have announced that their record holding ‘K’ computer has broken its own record, calculating 10.51 petaflops (over 10 quadrillion floating point operations per second).
I wonder how larger they can scale this monster before the efficiency levels start to dip?
ha it cant what a rubbish computer. it doesnt have a monitor
Crysis is no longer the benchmark really, can be played on mid-range systems. All you need is a good GPU around £150 such as GTX 560 The real test is on games that require £300 GPUs like Battlefield 3.
battlefield 3 can be played fine at near max on a 460...
Well I have GTX 460 SLi, if I max it out with Post AA and 4xMSAA its game over. Maxed out with no AA I'm getting around mid 70s
i would say that is running the game lol
CPU’s, 88,128 2.0GHz 8-core SPARC64 its not a x86 architecture so no it cant run crysis for what its meant for its impressive
The more important question is will it blend?
brilliant joke is brilliant! lol
You might need a huge blender
yes. but can it run Crysis 2?
Crysis 2's texture resolution is about half that of Crysis 1. DX11 w/ tessellation is terribly unoptimised as well in C2.
I propose that it cant. First it would have to run X86 code in software mode while simulating a GPU and all its harware components. Remember that a CPU is an out of order machine, but the GPU is an in order machine. simulating the two systems on one machine that is suppose to see one whole CPU is difficult.
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