Posted on December 26th, 2012 in CPU, Intel, Ivy Bridge, supercomputer, Xeon
China is reportedly building the world’s fastest supercomputer with Intel’s most powerful hardware. The computer could be used to attempt calculations on a massive scale — such as moon exploration or the layout of an entire city. The computer is being assembled with Intel’s finest: 100,000 pieces of Ivy Bridge-based processor Xeon E5, which cost US$2,500 each.
Posted on February 14th, 2012 in ATI, Ivy Bridge, Mac Pro, Nvidia, Nvidia Kepler
So it has been awhile, but we finally have some very exciting news for you dear readers. Apple is close to finally updating the Mac Pro. The previous issues we mentioned
will be fixed by major changes that suppliers are introducing. What changes are they? What is the expected timeframe? Read on to find out!