Wouldn't it be cheaper and easier to order a Farmers' Almanac off of Amazon?The NOAA announced that it will install two new AMD Epyc-based supercomputers for weather forecasting.
AMD Supercomputers Heading to NOAA Will Predict Weather With 327,680 Zen 2 Cores : Read more
A system of 64-Core chips totalling 327,680 cores would mean 5120 CPUs.Why do they state the core count rather than cpu count?
AMD EPYC 7742 requires less than 4 W per COREThis will use so much Powa that it will create its own weather systems near the Heat exfiltration systems. Someone needs to develop a seriously effiient design 5-10w per core , not this 60-90w nonsense. Back to the drawing board Mr Cray!
That makes it sound like each 2-processor node will have 1.3 PB. In fact, if this number is for the whole site, then each node would have about 512 GB. So, that must be what it's describing.Each machine will have 1.3 petabytes of system memory and Cray’s ClusterStor systems will come with 26 petabytes of storage per site.
What are you even talking about? Where did you get those numbers?Someone needs to develop a seriously effiient design 5-10w per core , not this 60-90w nonsense. Back to the drawing board Mr Cray!