Monday, July 18, 2005

SeriousGamer007 Chat

The SeriousGamer007 Chat this afternoon has been posted here

At the end of the conversation, SeriousGamer links to this site The Age.com

He also said at the beginning of the interview that he just finished watching a Xenias movie but he wouldn't show it.

Anyway, Believe what you will, but probably not this guy, this is probably the only time I will ever say that.

UPDATE

Since you have to be registered to read The Age article, I figured I would save you the trouble, here is what the article said:


NEC launches fastest supercomputer
Tokyo
October 21, 2004

Japanese electronics giant NEC Corp., said on Wednesday it has begun selling the world's fastest supercomputer.

NEC claimed its SX-8 is the most powerful 'vector-type' supercomputer, with a sustainable data processing speed well beyond IBM's recently unveiled Blue Gene/L supercomputer.

In September IBM said its Blue Gene/L supercomputer had surpassed NEC's Earth Simulator to become the world's most powerful supercomputer.

IBM's Blue Gene/L is capable of a sustained data processing speed of 36.01 teraflops, or one trillion floating point operations per second.

NEC said its newest SX series model has a peak processing speed of 65 teraflops and a sustainable performance of roughly 90 percent that speed or 58.5 teraflops.

The NEC and IBM supercomputers are different in structure. NEC says its SX-8, because of its vector architecture, "delivers much higher sustained performance than scalar supercomputers" like IBM's Blue Gene/L.

"We have received 100 orders so far," with the first models to be shipped to the UK's national weather forecasting service and the High Performance Computing Centre in Stuttgart, Germany, NEC managing director Tadao Kondo said.
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The Tokyo-based electronics maker aims to sell or rent 700 models in the first three years.

The monthly rental fee for the SX-8 is a minimum ¥1.17 million ($US10,730) and the purchase price is ¥130 million.

Supercomputers are widely used to develop complex products like new airplanes, automobiles and drugs.

AFP

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

the link doesnt work

7/19/2005 5:36 AM  
Blogger DlphnMod said...

that guy is so full of it

7/19/2005 9:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

if he is fake im just gonna..fu....him

7/19/2005 11:30 AM  
Anonymous gam said...

clue 3

http://img268.imageshack.us/img268/8585/nintendo7wm.jpg

7/19/2005 11:39 AM  
Anonymous gam said...

why?

http://img222.imageshack.us/
img222/8289/
nintendo4no.jpg

7/19/2005 11:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this kid(serious gamer) is a liar, he'll should close his blog.

7/19/2005 12:20 PM  
Anonymous SeriousGamer007 said...

I am not. I really have secret information.

8/20/2005 2:49 PM  

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