Supercomputers are often the domain of physicists and scientists, but if you would like one in your home why not give the Typhoon from Tyan a shot? It is guaranteed to blow your mind away and leave the competition biting dust (pun not intended). All you need to do is to plonk down $10,000 for this self-proclaimed “Personal Supercomputer”. The Typhoon is actually a cluster server and it is powered by 8 Intel Woodcrest Xeon processors with a whooping maximum memory of 48GB. Such raw power was unimaginable to the home even a few years ago, but there is almost nothing money can’t buy these days. Don’t expect high framerates from this setup though – it comes with a measly 16MB video card.
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