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It has the capacity to shut down individual cores for efficiency while handling 115 billion instructions per second on 0.7W of power.
For example, the 1,000 processors can execute 115 billion instructions per second while dissipating only 0.7 Watts, low enough to be powered by a single AA battery.
It performed 650 instructions per second -- compare that with today's computers like the Intel i7 that can do 92 billion instructions per second!
It contains the world's fastest, most powerful microprocessors, the core server boasting 96 microprocessors running at 5.2 GHz, capable of executing more than 50 billion instructions per second (BIPS).
It includes up to 96 of the world's fastest, most powerful microprocessors, capable of executing more than 50 billion instructions per second.
The core server in the zEnterprise System -- called zEnterprise 196 -- contains 96 of the world's fastest, most powerful microprocessors running at 5.2Ghz, capable of executing more than 50 billion instructions per second.
Called Merlin after the legendary Welsh wizard, it has the power of 2,000 laptops and is capable of handling 20,000 billion instructions per second.
Given the 40,000 logic blocks inside an FPGA, this yields a peak processing capability of 2 trillion tasks per second--more than 600 times as many as today's fastest CPUs are capable of achieving (as of this writing, Intel's fastest microprocessor rated 3.4 billion instructions per second).
With eight parallel rendering pipelines, industry leading 256-bit memory interface and 128MB of double data rate (DDR) memory, the RADEON 9800 PRO Mac Edition is capable of executing up to 8.4 billion instructions per second and delivering an astounding 21 GB/sec memory bandwidth.
The processor ran at 100,000 instructions per second, in comparison with the two billion instructions per second of today's microchips.
The GVPP crunches 20 billion instructions per second (compared to the mere millions of instruction per second of Pentium-class processors).