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Cheesysoapopra Mar 1, 09
Both you and the author of the video need to learn a that multiple cores don't stack cycles on top of each other. What you have here is a 5 quad core system at 2.66 ghz.

Edit: actually what you REALLY have is five individual 4 core systems. Even if they were all interconnected you would still have a single system at 2.66ghz.
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Shadow of Death Mar 1, 09
While I'm no expert, I'm pretty sure that would be how it works too.

It would just be able to handle a LOT of jobs at once, without really slowing down at all.

Would be a great computer for doing multi-calculation heavy research though.
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d3bruts1d Mar 1, 09
CoolerMaster is calling it a 53GHz computer. link
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Guest Mar 1, 09
those are 5 separate systems... what they made was a very nice cluster computer system, which is not a new idea.....coolmasters however needs to have there marketing department not smoke so much pot......
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Burkedawg Mar 1, 09
Sweet. In b4 "But will it run Crysis?"
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The Smith Mar 1, 09
What they mean by 53GHz is that this computer(these computers) would get the job done at the same rate as a 53GHz single core. Frequency is linearly proportional to performance.
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Redemption Mar 1, 09
quote d3bruts1d
CoolerMaster is calling it a 53GHz computer. link
Hopefully AMD and Intel don't start following suit in how they classify CPUs . On the other hand if they did they would be a laughing stock, I wonder what CM was thinking...
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d3bruts1d Mar 1, 09
quote Burkedawg
Sweet. In b4 "But will it run Crysis?"
I don't think anything can adequately run Crysis. :/
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Shadow of Death Mar 1, 09
quote d3bruts1d
quote Burkedawg
Sweet. In b4 "But will it run Crysis?"
I don't think anything can adequately run Crysis. :/
Tri-SLI GTX 295's?

But actually, the 4870 is pretty good for it. It is what I use.
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Zertz Mar 1, 09
quote tallteen86
Tri-SLI GTX 295's?
That's not possible unfortunately, you can "only" have 2
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Burkedawg Mar 1, 09
quote Zertz
quote tallteen86
Tri-SLI GTX 295's?
That's not possible unfortunately, you can "only" have 2
LOL. You got busted. LOL
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Cheesysoapopra Mar 1, 09
Way way to much false information going on here.

quote The Smith
What they mean by 53GHz is that this computer(these computers) would get the job done at the same rate as a 53GHz single core. Frequency is linearly proportional to performance.
The problem is, is that the program being run needs to take into account every single core. With this system you don't even have all the CPUs working together, you have 5 individual quad core systems. Even if they WERE working together, very few, if ANY consumer application would utilize 20 cores effectively enough to have a 100% increase in performance per core. I'm actually willing to bet there is no application on earth with that kind of efficiency. Still what we have here is a 20 core system running at 2.66ghz at best, and five four core systems running at 2.66ghz at worst.

quote Zertz
quote tallteen86
Tri-SLI GTX 295's?
That's not possible unfortunately, you can "only" have 2
Tri-SLi has been around for a while now.
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Zertz Mar 1, 09
This just shows what they can do with retail hardware, I think we're all aware of the problems around efficient massive multithreading.

quote Cheesysoapopra
Tri-SLi has been around for a while now.
Right. Except a GTX295 is already SLI by itself and anything over Quad-SLI isn't supported.
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viper3535 Mar 1, 09
quote Redemption
quote d3bruts1d
CoolerMaster is calling it a 53GHz computer. link
Hopefully AMD and Intel don't start following suit in how they classify CPUs . On the other hand if they did they would be a laughing stock, I wonder what CM was thinking...
Intel was trying something similar last year with their Intel V8 thankfully that kinda of a went away in a hurry

I would be curious to see how CM plans on running this system but its possible they might be using something else as an OS than windows who the heck knows. You can bet this pretty much all marketing related to stir things up haha
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