Morphable CPU Beats Intel Quad-Core Xeon

"Raytheon's Monarch chip runs as a single system on a chip and it performs in an array of chips for teraflop throughput."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 23/03/07
Author: PV5150
Source: The Inquirer

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US Military contractor Raytheon, have designed a CPU architecture that can be morphed into different forms to suit the different demands of the applications.

Called, Monarch (Morphable Networked Micro-Architecture) the computer has been developed to tackle the large data volume of sensor systems as well as their signal and data processing throughput requirements.

It has apparently outperformed the Intel quad-core Xeon chip by a factor of 10. When stuck in an array containing six microprocessors Monarch has managed 64 gigaflops with more than 60 gigabytes per second of memory bandwidth and more than 43 gigabytes per second of off-chip data bandwidth.

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22-03-2007, 14:21:18

nunzio
So this is nlite, but for vista?

22-03-2007, 14:36:31

Jim

So this is nlite, but for vista?



Yep :)

22-03-2007, 16:27:02

Toxcity
XMS, are USB sticks faster than CD rom drive?

22-03-2007, 17:44:13

Phnom_Penh

XMS, are USB sticks faster than CD rom drive?

Yep.

22-03-2007, 18:30:18

Toxcity
AWESOME!
My XP pro is now on my USB stick.. Gunna buy another stick for vista! ;)

23-03-2007, 05:22:57

nunzio
you XP pro? Install or installer?

Plus, how'd ya do it?

23-03-2007, 09:16:27

Toxcity

you XP pro? Install or installer?

Plus, how'd ya do it?




Installer.. Just copy yourXP dics to flash drive.. :)

23-03-2007, 09:39:44

nunzio
but how do you make it bootable?

should write a howto for a n00b like me :)

23-03-2007, 10:20:29

llwyd

but how do you make it bootable?

should write a howto for a n00b like me :)



Plug it in and enable any Boot From USB options in BIOS and alter your boot priority

23-03-2007, 12:41:16

Phnom_Penh
You may need to copy a boot sector to the flash drive.
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