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How to make a cool supercomputer

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Nowadays the supercomputers are designed purely with speed in mind, maximising the number of computations per unit time. For example, LINPACK is used to benchmark High-Performance Computing systems and rank them in the TOP 500 . However, it is increasingly important to factor in the power consumption of such systems. This talk looks at what an ideal supercomputer that is power efficient might look like from the architectural point of view. This means making ‘cool’ chips and ‘cool’ software.

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