Cheapest super computer in the world أرخص سوبر كمبيوتر في العالم


The building housing the engineering department at nagasaki university is also home to a remarkable new super computer that master complex math calculations in astro physics at record speed Tsuyoshi Hamada who led the development team said the super computer only coast $420000 only to make whats more its made of parts that you could find in many computer stores so first of all would you tell me how we should see and understand super computers right now until recently super computers were extremely expensive only a few researchers had access to them and only a small number of privileged people had access to the technology and only a small number of privileged people had access to the technology but now we can build these machines with parts for PC’s and workstations that are common place here we make calculations at the same speed or faster from existing super computers the total coast of a super computer now being developed in japan is set to the total coast of a super computer now being developed in japan is set to coast 1.3 billion dollars coast 1.3 billion dollars its is made up of the only most cutting edge hardware its powerful and versatile that it could be used in many different tasks like predicting earthquakes and making better cars by contrast ,hamada and his team developed a relatively low coast super computer that is made of general uses and commercially available parts this part is called the GPU(Graphics processing unit) this part is called the GPU(Graphics processing unit) GPU’s are used widely in computers and video game consoles displays cards by forming a cluster of 760 GPU’s to make calculations in astro physics and hydro dynamics ,the team broke the record for computing speed with 158 trillion calculations per second this program estimates the expansion of the universe following the big bang professor hamada can run simulations that make complex calculations professor hamada can run simulations that make complex calculations about the origin of universe and the movement of the galaxies the team recently (2009) won a golden nobel prize in the category of price per performance the award is one of the most prestigious in the super computing field the award is one of the most prestigious in the super computing field tell me more about the development of your computer what’s the hardest part of it and what is the key to your success there are processors in every computer and there are tens of thousands of them in this computer room theoretically a computer performance reflects the number of processors that are connected to each other but you still need a program that coordinates the processors smoothly but you still need a program that coordinates the processors smoothly but you still need a program that coordinates the processors smoothly the goal is to understand the program constraints ,so that it gives commands to the processors in the most efficient way possible commands to the processors in the most efficient way possible the important thing then is not just building a computer the important thing then is not just building a computer but understanding what research it will be used for here we are doing physics calculations so the extent of our knowledge of physics really makes a difference in this case how would this invention will be beneficial to our daily lives in the future will be beneficial to our daily lives in the future if knowledgeable people from different fields keep building computers like we did and using them in creative ways its going to result in great deal of innovation its going to result in great deal of innovation in order for low coast super computers like this to be used all over the world ,people from other disciplines must share their knowledge on how to use this kind
of computer effectively their knowledge on how to use this kind
of computer effectively because we lowered the coast significantly it may leads to more people using super computers like this they might create new businesses that had never been imagined before or who knows ,even develop new branches of science what i hope for most is that the biggest applications haven’t even been imagined yet is that the biggest applications haven’t even been imagined yet professor hamada super computer is creating a buzz among international researchers and businesses although computers have limitations researchers would take advantage of low coast could one day making individualized super computers that meet their needs for specialized fields translated by “Technigeek” translated by “Technigeek”

100 comments on “Cheapest super computer in the world أرخص سوبر كمبيوتر في العالم”

  1. Konrad Pomykalski says:

    Shut the fuck up?

  2. lIoIlb says:

    So that's where all our old parts go

  3. Technigeek says:

    well , that is one source for the parts this super computer made of

  4. Ben Vezina says:

    thats what I was thinking

  5. PeanutButter says:

    mine some bitcoins

  6. Technigeek says:

    many people did mention that , i guess this could be one of the uses every body wants this super computer for

  7. gregre55555 says:

    2:14 whats name of this test ?

  8. Technigeek says:

    its not a test , its an actual program that simulates the big band

  9. Jake Lanning says:

    but will it run minecraft 30 fps on low?

  10. SteveGaming says:

    Probably not because Minecraft doesn't support multiple graphics cards.

  11. Technigeek says:

    minecraft doesnt support multi gpu's nor multi cpu's

  12. MrOpenGL says:

    It does support multithreading however.

  13. Technigeek says:

    sure , but for a single cpu , which is good enough for all the game needs

  14. Gandalf Lovegood says:

    2:19 MOTHER OF GOD..

  15. Technigeek says:

    huh?

  16. humlakullen says:

    "Worlds cheapest supercomputer"..? Sounds like an oxymoron to me. No different than "Worlds tallest midget";-)…

  17. Technigeek says:

    is that a joke?

  18. Internet says:

    But the biggest question is…
    will it run Minesweeper

  19. Technigeek says:

    i should have put a note with a big font " silly jokes is not allowed here " this have been asked 400 times or more

  20. Technigeek says:

    what ?

  21. johnson yohannan says:

    very nice

  22. J Danks says:

    can i play battle toads?

  23. Noor Rizvi says:

    but will it play minesweeper?

  24. youtux2 says:

    3:22 looks like linux 😉

  25. Marc D says:

    gamers dream

  26. Marco Fernandez says:

    But will it blend?

  27. oseart5556 says:

    they should have used nvidia tesla

  28. fileupdates says:

    use that shit to mine coins!!!!!!

  29. Elijah says:

    shit i make it a hell of alot cheeper i stacked to towers to make one big computer but i didnt need a computer that big so  took them apart i should make a VID showing you all how to do it 

  30. Manuel Kerres says:

    Those gpu's have crossfire so why don't you use them? The processors would be used more efficient so that you will reach more speed. So why don't you use crossfire?

  31. BajitaVoz says:

    Finally, someone can emulate killer instinct!

  32. Kitty Rocoa says:

    Can anyone share more about the physical set up and designing the software used to co-ordinate the several computers? As I hoped to used the knowledge mixed with games technology and AI to create something grand in due time of course.

    As I think we all need to learn this knowledge as what is said about innovation is completely true.

  33. Richard Allen says:

    This is pretty cool. Makes me wonder if I could even build a super compter. 

  34. Joey van't Wout says:

    most epic crypto currency miner ever

  35. wernertrptube says:

    Did he use modern graphic cards for computing ?
    Graphic cards with 1000 cpu in one graphic card.

  36. deven thompson says:

    throw in windows 7 and use all the processors and graphics cards in sli/crossfire along with all that ram jeezus it would make a nice gameing pc 😀

  37. Brad Arnold says:

    CPUs, GPUs, and in the future, neuromorphic processors each give efficiency improvements depending upon the type of data processing you need.  Lately, linking GPU cores efficiently has given a gigantic speedup.  Mid-sized firms are able to afford a "super computer," but most simply don't know what to do with them, even though they could benefit from one running various processes on their accumulated big data.  There is gold in them there data stacks.

  38. Ga Ca says:

    Thats why they created gpu mining

  39. ZekePrime says:

    What type of GPU they are using?

  40. muffemod says:

    DAT ELECTRIC BILL

  41. Thomas Leathers says:

    Wow, now that's cool.

  42. SDreamcast says:

    Minecraft server wohoooooo… LOL

  43. Michele Alessandrini says:

    Especially the cooling system is made from cheap parts 🙂
    Jokes apart, it's amazing! Wonderful engineering.

  44. Mike Cimerian says:

    Nice engineering but it has a huge resource footprint.
    A Cray CX1 could perform this and take just up small room besides your desk.

  45. 6rban100 says:

    لو كنت غني راح اشتريه بس ما عندي مكان يتسع للكمبيوتر طيب كيف ابرده؟ بالمراوح! طيب كم راح تكون تكلفة فاتورة الكهرب؟؟

  46. Joe Ching says:

    how's ur computer compare to china's tianhe 天诃 supercomputer.

    i happened to have a small hand in the development of tianhe with their original group(yinghe/prof. zhou ximing), and i have some ties with japan's fujitsu.  do u think japan would be interested to collaborator with china to develop the ultimate computer.  

    my company has been instrumental in converting nuclear codes to the 1st supercomputer cray, with our automated supercomputing environment ROBACUS.  so, i ll be tempted to get out of retirement and put ROBACUS on such a joint product between Japan and China.

  47. geemailMossman says:

    but can it run crysis?

  48. Blade Runner says:

    Even though I know this guy is Japanese, but I think he sounds 100% retarded

  49. viroxxx says:

    oh my god! an artesanal cluster !!! wow !!

  50. Skils009 says:

    Can this play minesweeper???

  51. ronettreker says:

    They called this thing the cheapest supercomputer at it's time. Then they probably looked at how much energy it was wasting because of it's inefficient design and they were like"NOPE".

  52. Eric Shockey says:

    Good work. It good to see what one man can do. It quite achievement. Thank you for sharing it with us. Wish you success your other future projects.

  53. Engineer 314 says:

    First of all, where's the water cooling system? Second, did they really choose the best value CPU, GPU, RAM, etc. hardware they could find?

  54. Pepito DeChile says:

     
    PERDONEN AMIGOS UNA CONSULTA:¿Porqué cuando se habla de supercomputadoras,se habla de los procesos o calculos por segundos que pueden realizar y nunca se habla de la configuración de estos equipos? ME REFIERO A CUANTOS PROCESADORES USAN, DE CUANTOS NUCLEOS CADA UNO, DE CUANTOS GIGAHERZT O TERAHERZT CADA CPU,CUANTA MEMORIA RAM,DE QUE TIPO DDR5, QUE TARJETAS DE VIDEO Y CUANTAS UTILIZAN SERAN GDDR7. EN NINGUNA PAGINA ENCONTRE LAS CONFIGURACIONES LEI EN INTERNET QUE AMD YA FABRICA Y VENDE UN PROCESADOR OPTERON DE 16 NUCLEOS O ALGO ASI.,PERO NADA MAS.

  55. apachon says:

    share the knowledge .

  56. Isaac franswaabbb says:

    Imagine the amount of bit coins they could mine! 

  57. SuperHachi says:

    At least they tried…

  58. Let's Review Stuff + says:

    It can be hard to make good videos but this is cool! Thanks for posting it… I started to do videos too, but never know if I can measure up to the better stuff out there lol!

  59. Thinker101 says:

    bet it cant run crysis 3

  60. Garrett Bradley says:

    im planning on building this pc. Can it run minesweeper?

  61. Syazarul Ashraff says:

    can this Supercomputer be compared with Parallella SoC of the same cost??

  62. MR Moon says:

    Great video 🙂

  63. you want a pizza me? says:

    this english doe… ha ma da ha ma da ha ma da

    man imagine the amount of poor gamers out there we could fit out with sub – $1000 computers for research or gaming out there.. lol

  64. David Johnson says:

    Technigeek, I see you read and respond to people's comments here so I have a question for which I hope you can answer for me, right now, the X99 chipset that was released is highly expensive given the cost of the supporting cpu's and memory, however, there do exist much older (and therefore, cheaper) solutions. In this video I noticed that there were in fact what appear to be mATX boards sitting side by side with cheap fans blowing air on them (quite effective I'm sure as it reduces the need for central A/C). Now, I own a Rampage III Gene by ASUS (also mATX and much cheaper than X99 and close in specs) that I managed to get operating beyond it's limits since it's using technology it was never meant to, specifically, an X5690 server CPU as well as 48 GB ECC memory, which is double it's specified maximum capacity. By itself this is capable of at least a teraflops in performance, would a large collection of these be more effective than the setup shown in the video, 1, and 2, would it cost less???

  65. louisphilippe1100 says:

    Anyone can build computer, cluster of computers! This dud prove it! All you need is the cash to make it. It was and will always remain the problem because a single of these workstation are about 1000$ each. The real problem today is to make a self aware computer that understand and interact with us. Now try to prove me wrong if i am cuz we haven't achieve this yet!

  66. GamingTurkey says:

    Lol watching this is 2015 make them gtx 260s look like eggs to new gpus

  67. datasilo uk says:

    I bet they are really using it for BitCoin manufacturing.

  68. AFP Brisbane says:

    It will take 5.3 TEU's (20ft shipping containers = 1TEU each) of iPad 2's to create a super computer that has the capacity of the worlds Fastest Supercomputer in the year 2011, ranking it currently at just below rank 5 and well above rank 6 in 2015. The 2011 capacity and FLOPS (30 quadrillion bytes & 8.2 petaflops) outranks the human brain by a sizable portion (3.5 quadrillion bytes & 2.2 petaflops).

    As of 2015, the worlds fastest computer is currently 33.86 petaflops on the Linpack benchmark, rank 1 in Top500.

    To achieve the speed of the worlds fastest supercomputer at 33.86 petaflops, one would require 28216.66666666667 * 0.0012 petaflops (1.2 teraflops) Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessor 7120X (16GB, 1.238 GHz, 61 core), codenamed Knights Corner

    Currently they cost $4129.00 USD each from Intel. No doubt bulk would be cheaper.

    On the high end outside of bulk, it would cost:
    28216.66666666667 * 4129.00 = 116,506,616.6666667 (116.5 million USD)

    Actually, pretty cheap considering it would be equivalent to the worlds fastest computer. That said, there would be other outlays that would nominally increase the price. For example, warehouse facility (next work out building dimensions required), ventilation (fairly cheap), server stacks and couplings, operating system designed for clustering, cooling etc. Could be done affordably compared to the virtual clusters of PCI Express cards above. Not to mention the enormous electricity requirements.

    It's getting cheaper and cheaper with every passing year. Obviously this is due to Moore's law of exponential growth which is close to annual, doubling processing power with each turn. Hence such theories as the 'Singularity'. Next we should see the growth and proliferation of quantum computing.

    Fascinating times we live in when one thinks of the fact that a successful individual, a small company/organization, or even a crowd funded project could achieve among the fastest floating operations per second (simultaneous calculations). The worlds fastest at 33.86 petaflops is equivalent to 33.86 quadrillion simultaneous calculations per second.

    Of course, there are always cheaper options as above such as GPU clusters, but there are logical limitations (accuracy) with GPU's over CPU's. Of course, the cost outlay in comparison would ensure incredible speeds at a fraction of the cost.

  69. Nils Moberg says:

    Can I buy this? I want to play GTA 3 on medium graphics

  70. Colton Koontz says:

    "Theoretically, a computer's performance reflects the number of processors that are connected to each other"- Makes me appreciate the ~100 billion interconnected processors setting in my head. They might not be able to function at 4GHz, but their instruction set is re-programmable and each one can have Thousands of inputs and outputs, yet it runs off of ~100 watts.

  71. Farknightly 87 says:

    bit coin farm for sure……

  72. Lee Banks says:

    yip btc all the way

  73. James B says:

    That is a state of the art cooling system there.

  74. Charles McBoy says:

    ALL THAT JUNK IS NOW OBSOLETE !

  75. Normal Person says:

    900GFlops, k my phone's GPU does better, does this mean i have a supercomputer in my pocket?

  76. Evermore says:

    That is a Beowulf cluster, NOT a supercomputer….

  77. Patrick says:

    But can it run crysis?!

  78. xd Viethas says:

    420k

  79. Kishor Marne says:

    i have 2 machine with same config [ i3 4th Gen 3.4Ghz, Gigabyte H81 MBD, 8GbCrossair Ram,1Tb hdd WD in each machine] is it possible to connect this 2 machine work parallel like super computer? and achive best performance ? if yes can u give me guide for this ?

  80. thedoctor 123472 says:

    Give me 10,000 $ and 3 months I'll have it done with pi raspberry pi 😎😎😎

  81. St Merkel Of Migrant says:

    Lol my toaster is better than this

  82. DerUnglaublicheAlk says:

    For me it looks like a Bit Mining Farm -.-

  83. Rizal Pahlevi says:

    i have my invention to effectiveness transfer rate of PC and increase 4G signal for smartphone and also for incredible gaming/overclock i think my invention can solve samsung smartphone problems, its about controlling heat and electron.i hope we can build some business with my invention.and i think it can accelerate transfer electron between phosphor and semiconductor subtance in quantum processor.please read my link :
    https://www.slideshare.net/rizalpahlevi212/tfsc-technology

  84. rAdiant Jet says:

    It ain't pretty and they can use come cable managment. But the cost is a fraction of a modern day SC! Not fo mention the size!! I know people are also developing raspberry pi's into an SC format. So things will be interesting forsure!

  85. Christopher Bojorquez says:

    You know there mining Etheume on the side 🙄🙄🙄😆

  86. Sebastian Rogers says:

    Now used to mine ethereum

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  88. Joseph Dodson says:

    Largest SLI settup ever

  89. Kuuna. says:

    Looks like a bitcoin miner

  90. sysierius says:

    Are those gtx 590s?

  91. Emre wercil says:

    it is not super computer !!! it's a old system gup miner 😀

  92. WRECKLESS SHOGUN says:

    Ur suppose to build it where its cold. Like alaska.

  93. yamazaki tasushiro says:

    yeas but electricity spend more with cheap hardware
    expensive hardware eat less electricity

  94. Dihelson Mendonca says:

    Ok, but where can I see the electrical map of this computer in order that I can do mine also, please ?

  95. EMR3 C4N 0K5UM says:

    This is more like a cluster computer instead of a supercomputer. You can make something like this if you get Debian along with MP on each node.

  96. Mark Doney-MacLeod says:

    where's the sound?

  97. Waifu Nepu says:

    can I use this for encryting my data so no one knows Im watching hentai?

  98. willofdodge1 says:

    Need this to play Dwarf fortress with iso

  99. abadiqaisy123 says:

    15 August k Computer will be decommissioned

  100. KMR says:

    JACKIE CHAN IS BACK!

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