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Cray's Jaguar supercomputer upgraded with NVIDIA Tesla GPUs, renamed Titan

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Cray's Jaguar (or XK7) supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory has been loaded up with the first shipping NVIDIA Telsa K20 GPUs and renamed Titan. Loaded with 18,688 of the Kepler-based K20s, Titan's peak performance is more than 20 petaflops. Sure, the machine has an equal number of 16-core...
Cray's Jaguar supercomputer upgraded with NVIDIA Tesla GPUs, renamed Titan
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Cray debuts Titan, one of the world's fastest supercomputers

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The latest creation from Seattle-based Cray has a new name, a new update and a possibly a new title: fastest supercomputer on the planet. Introducing Titan, an open science computer located at the U.S Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, debuted today as part of an unveiling of Cray’s new production...
Cray debuts Titan, one of the world's fastest supercomputers
New PlayStation 4 details emerge: 8-core AMD 'Bulldozer' CPU, redesigned controller and more

CyberPower Zeus Storm gaming PC unveiled

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Boutique gaming PC manufacturer CyberPower Inc today revealed the Zeus Storm series -- a trio of desktop computers equipped with the newest Intel and AMD processors and high-powered discrete video cards. Customers can select from the Zeus Storm 1000 with 8-Core AMD Zambezi processors, the Zeus Storm 2000 featuring Intel's...
CyberPower Zeus Storm gaming PC unveiled
Xbox 720 may just be named 'Xbox' -- to help power 'X-Surface' tablet

Alexandre Herchovitch dresses up HP Pavilion dm1 with golden doilies, higher sticker price

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Ask the most fashionable folks you know, looking good isn't cheap -- no surprise then, that playing dress up has put a premium on the HP Pavilion dm1's price tag. Brazilian designer Alexandre Herchovitch has dolled up the ultraportable laptop with a lacy gold topcoat, applying the signature flair...
Alexandre Herchovitch dresses up HP Pavilion dm1 with golden doilies, higher sticker price

VMultra bundles USB hub, DVD drive, SD slot and 500GB HDD to form ultimate laptop peripheral

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While Velocity Micro announced the VMultra earlier this year at CES, it's only now ready for primetime. The VMultra combines a USB hub, an SD card slot, a DVD±RW drive and 500GB of storage into a surprisingly slim package that connects to any computer via USB 3.0. If you...
VMultra bundles USB hub, DVD drive, SD slot and 500GB HDD to form ultimate laptop peripheral

What can you do with a supercomputer?

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In general, when ExtremeTech or another technology website discusses supercomputers, it’s always in terms of speed; teraflops, petaflops, the rush to exascale, and so on. There’s a reason for this, of course: After decades of indoctrination by Intel, processing speed is something that nearly all of us can relate to.What’s...
What can you do with a supercomputer?

Report: The Next Xbox Won't Let You Play Used Games And Will Require An Internet Connection (MSFT)

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The next-generation Xbox is coming soon. While we don't have all the specifics on what to expect, The Verge points us to a new report that says the next-generation console will require an always-on connection just so it can function. This notion makes Microsoft's Xbox Live service that much more important....
Report: The Next Xbox Won't Let You Play Used Games And Will Require An Internet Connection (MSFT)
AMD-owned SeaMicro begins producing high-density Piledriver and Ivy Bridge servers

The future of gaming: key contenders

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Traditional console makers are up against open-source newcomers, PC gamers and even TV manufacturersThe traditional console makersThe PlayStation 4 and the Xbox 720 (or Durango, as it is codenamed) are both rumoured to resemble powerful PCs, with fast multi-core AMD processors, off-the-shelf graphics cards and Blu-ray players. The aim has...
The future of gaming: key contenders

Oak Ridge Lab builds world's fastest computer, still can't divide by zero

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Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Titan Cray XK7 supercomputer is officially the world's fastest data cruncher just after being unveiled last week. According to IEEE Spectrum , Top 500 released an updated list Wednesday morning at the SC12 Supercomputing Conference that shows the Titan toppling its...
Oak Ridge Lab builds world's fastest computer, still can't divide by zero

PlayStation 4: game on for the next generation?

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Sony has called a press conference in new York on 20 February. It can mean only one thing. The next console war is comingStart spreading the news ... Sony is hitting New York on 20 February and invites are going out to the global technology press. We're thinking this isn't...
PlayStation 4: game on for the next generation?

World's Fastest Supercomputer, Brought to You By Game Tech

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Titan, the supercomputer introduced by the U.S. Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Lab (ORNL), is on track to be the world's fastest. At least until the next one comes along. It can handle over 20,000 trillion calculations a second. That's the equivalent of seven billion people carrying out three...
World's Fastest Supercomputer, Brought to You By Game Tech

Sony details PlayStation 4 specs: 8-core AMD 'Jaguar' CPU, 6X Blu-ray

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So we didn't see the actual PlayStation 4 console on stage at Sony's press event tonight, but that doesn't mean we can't know what's inside it. A press release reveals that the PC-configuration touted by Sony will include an 8-core 64-bit x86 "Jaguar" CPU built by AMD, with a...
Sony details PlayStation 4 specs: 8-core AMD 'Jaguar' CPU, 6X Blu-ray

Playstation 4:Focus on social good for 'both gamers and business'

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Sony announced the Playstation 4 to media at a Wednesday night event in New York City, although it did so without showing the actual box.. Hayley Tsukayama reported: A parade of Sony executives and an impressive lineup of game developers came out to tout the console's features. Live game...
Playstation 4:Focus on social good for 'both gamers and business'

AMD starts cutting jobs, but without a viable roadmap it has no chance of survival

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The job cuts that AMD CEO Rory Read promised a few weeks back have now begun. AMD has closed its Operating System Research Center (OSRC) in Dresden, Germany. The programmers at the OSRC were responsible for a number of code improvements to Linux, as well as for supporting features like...
AMD starts cutting jobs, but without a viable roadmap it has no chance of survival

AMD adds two new Bulldozer processors

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AMD announced it is adding two new processors to its Bulldozer lineup, the quad-core AMD FX-4170 and the six core AMD FX-6200. Both have 8MB of L3 cache and support up to DDR3-1866 RAM. The FX-4170 will run at 4.2 GHz, 4.3 GHz in Turbo mode, and have 4MB of...
AMD adds two new Bulldozer processors

HP Pavilion dv6 gets treated to AMD's Trinity processor, shakes hands with Ivy Bridge twin

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HP's Pavilion dv6 must be pretty popular. That's how we'd explain the fact that the laptop will be one of the first to land with AMD's Trinity chipset -- despite already appearing with an Ivy Bridge refresh. According to Laptop Reviews, the Pavilion dv6-7010 will arrive with the quad-core...
HP Pavilion dv6 gets treated to AMD's Trinity processor, shakes hands with Ivy Bridge twin
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