Brendon Posted November 16, 2006 Report Share Posted November 16, 2006 Tampa Bay (FL) - TyanPSC announced what likely could be considered the ultimate multi-core desktop computer system that money can buy today. The new Typhoon 600 combines ten Intel quad-core processors for a maximum performance of 256 GFlops. Multithreaded applications are still a rare site in the consumer space and still largely limited to professional multimedia and enterprise calculations. But if your software is already capable of dividing tasks into multiple threads and raw computing power on your desktop is critical, then TyanPSC could have your new dream machine. Systems of the new Typhoon 600 series are equipped with a total of ten Intel Xeon (2.33 processors with the "Clovertown" quad-core. Tyan's specsheet for the T-650QX model indicates the use of Xeon 5310 (1.6 GHz) models, which are rated at a maximum power consumption of 80 watts each. Read about it here. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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