By using four Tesla V100 GPUs, NVLink interconnect technology, and custom liquid cooling system, this desktop size supercomputer features 128GB of GPU memory and 20,480 NVIDIA CUDA cores which can deliver 500 TFLOPS raw power.
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Nvidia built world’s fastest supercomputer, Summit, for the U.S. Department of Energy. Summit is powered by 27,648 Nvidia Volta Tensor Core GPUs, which can perform more than 3 exaops, or 3 billion calculations per second. At total, this supercomputer can crank up to 200 petaflops.
The supercomputer, which cost $5 billion to build, has the ability to create an entire new universe capable of creating life from scratch, but can not play PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds in medium graphics with a steady 60fps.
Elon Musk played a few rounds of PUBG after the showcase that included buildings not loading properly, three crashes and frequent fps drops. “I was very surprised,” said a programmer who watched the event from the audience. “This is by far the most powerful computing device the human race has created. I was hoping they could run PUBG at a smooth 60fps, but apparently this simple deathmatch game requires a better graphics card than the one we have simulating every individual member of an entire species down to their very atoms.”