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wave.forest
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re: China takes fastest supercomputer crown
wave.forest   6/19/2013 10:48:24 AM
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I wished a supercomputer could be made by putting CPUs together. I wouldn't like to see any Chinese CPU as a building block. Otherwise, who's going to buy Intel's chips?

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re: China takes fastest supercomputer crown
sprite0022   6/19/2013 1:15:07 AM
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ya, chinese's allwinner has the cpu now to do the job, but it would take 30 million of them, just too much hassel.

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re: China takes fastest supercomputer crown
sprite0022   6/19/2013 12:35:58 AM
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3 million cpu at $100 a piece means 300 million revenue for intel. I am wondering this is a new president/administration show, similar as shenzhou-10 space craft.

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re: China takes fastest supercomputer crown
ip2design   6/18/2013 2:35:19 PM
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Up to now, quite all of the CPUs are from US companies. When to see a chinese or indian CPU as a building block ?

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