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Intel demonstrates 48-core prototype

Posted on Monday, May 24 2010 @ 21:53:10 CEST by


Intel demonstrated a system based on its experimental 48-core supercomputer on chip (SCC) project, you can check it out at X-bit Labs.
The experimental mainboard for the 48-core SCC is called Copper Ridge and besides the processor itself it carries a specially-designed core-logic, eight DIMM slots, necessary I/O to enable operation of the system (graphics core, graphics memory on SO-DIMM, various standard connectors as well as numerous special-purpose connectors) and other necessary components. There are no Serial ATA ports installed, as a result, an Intel USB flash disk is used instead of a hard disk drive. Although the mainboard seems to fit into a typical computer case, it does not look like it complies with ATX specification.




 



 

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