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C > CRAY RESEARCH > T3D


 

This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Cray Research T3D computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Wednesday 30th January 2013
Yannis (Greece)

Twenty years later (2013) a computer of equivalent performance in GFLOPS would take up to sixteen average processors (eg. Core i3 ~ 3 GHz) to build. Obviously less than 2048 CPUs, but it shows that this machine can still be called a supercomputer in terms of performance, even twenty years after its production.


Saturday 25th November 2006
jonjon (alabama)

i worked with this computer and yes i hated it and when our company threw out or to get it to a refubishing company i bout it agin and it is in my basement but i like it now





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