I totally want one
But I need to know what frame rate it'll support in Halo Infinite.
The United States has opened up a small but powerful test system for researchers to get a taste of what is expected to become the country's fastest supercomputer and one of the world's fastest. And the tiny testbed, named "Crusher" is already faster than previous top US supercomputers. The US Department of Energy's Oak Ridge …
"Crusher consists of 192 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Cray server nodes connected by HPE's Slingshot interconnect, with each node containing one third-generation AMD EPYC CPU and four AMD Instinct MI250x GPUs."
Sadly a bit too intrusive for my living room, and I am definitely not having one in the bedroom. And with the electricity price-hike due in the UK on 1st April, I probably cannot afford to run one anyway.
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