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Old 06-01-2007, 12:14 AM   #11 (permalink)
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2500x1600 DX10 gaming with Quad Nvidia G92's, Intel Core 80 Duos and 4GBs of DDR3 1200

Anyone have a plutonium reactor in their basement to power the 10K watt psu? I think THAT build might finally be able to tackle crysis lmao....
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It's enough to tackle a super crysis.
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Screw Crysis.

It Could probably run at least 20 instances of SMP Folding At the same time.
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Yea, by the time we can fully utilize that stuff, Crysis will be like Pong.

But I'm up for folding with several instances of SMP, and getting like 40k points per day.
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Intel Core 80 Duos
umm, "duo" in "core 2 Duo" actually means two cores.
Core 2 Duo is an upgrade of the Core Duo
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what do you mean 300 amps?
If you watch the second video, the guy shows a power cord and says they each supply 50 amps and there were 6 of them connected.
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umm, "duo" in "core 2 Duo" actually means two cores.
Core 2 Duo is an upgrade of the Core Duo
So it would be like Core 2 Octo, if they stayed with the Core 2 architecture. Actually octo means eight. But they'll figure something out.
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man thats one big psu. cant wait till they have those things avialible for home use in like 5 years. crysis 2 should be out by then
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lol...Why would you want a giant PSU, when we're trying to head towards, energy efficiency.
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but then theres core 2 quad... which is quad core but uses the "core 2" so it would really be core 2 octo..... unless they restructure the archeture.. wait thats Penryn/Wolf so its gonna be core 3 octo atleast
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