A Japanese university and research institute has announced that their supercomputer system was ranked first in a ranking of supercomputer’s performance per unit power consumption. The supercomputer system, Grape-DR, was ranked first in the Little Green500 list, getting a 5% higher score than IBM Corp’s system that is located in Germany, and ranked second in the list. In order to achieve this, they combined 64 pairs of Intel’s Core i7-920 processors and a board mounted with four of the Grape-DR accelerator chips.
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