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From: Bret Stastny [SMTP:bstastnX@td2cad.intel.com]
Sent: Monday, May 05, 1997 10:52 AM
To: deschall@gatekeeper.megasoft.com
Subject: What is out Computering power?
>It would be nice to know what our peak computing power is.
>Does someone know how to compute what our virtual super
>computer
>processing power is? I know Sandia labs has a tera flop
>computer,
>and it would be neat to compare our speed to that, the figure
>would look
>great in the Press.
Well, flops are floating point operations, I believe. We have a
zero-flop computer, since none of the clients are doing any
floating-point ops for the challenge.
>Overall and Peak values would be nice.
>Any suggestions on how to go about doing this?
The teraflop computer uses 4800 nodes, each of which has two
Pentium Pro 200 procs. I think we've already done the math to
find out how many keys it could do.
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Adam Haberlach haberlaa@ucs.orst.edu
http://www.engr.orst.edu/~haberlad
Crack DES now! http://www.frii.com/~rcv/deschall.htm
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