Our GPGPU supercomputer is GPU-based massively parallel machine, employing more than thousand parallel streaming processors. Using GPU-s is very new technology, very price- and cost-effective compared to old CPU solutions..
- 6240 streaming processors + 14 CPU cores
- 23,2 arithmetic TFLOPS (yes, 23 200 GFLOPS)
- Max theoretical PPD, hi-PPD WU’s = 190 000 (Folding@home, Fahmon)
11 GPU’s installed
Typical 1 node configuration (nodes ED01 – ED04):
- AMD Phenom 8650 2,3 GHz X3 Triple-Core CPU
- MSI K9A2 Platinum motherboard with 4 x double-spaced PCI-X slots
- 4 GB RAM (Apacer DDR2 2 x 2 GB 800 Mbps modules)
- 4 x GTX295 double GPU cards (total 8 GPU’s per node)
- 2 x 850 W (total 1700W per node, two Chieftec CFT-850 Turbo Series cable management poer supplies synchronised)
- HDD 80 GB (WD 7200 RPM SATA)
- 1 x F@H SMP 6.23 beta client running in SMP mode
- 8 x F@H GPU 6.23 beta clients, running in individual GPU’s
- LogMeIn client
- MS Windows XP Pro 32-bit SP3
One module with 3 GPU’s installed.
All nodes are interconnected via Cisco rackmount switch. Power is distributed via 2 independent 240V rails.
Power consumption: 1100-1400 Watts