Nvidia Tesla Personal Supercomputer

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The Tesla Personal Supercomputer is a desktop computer (personal supercomputer) that is backed by Nvidia and built by Dell, Lenovo and other companies.[1] It is meant to be a demonstration of the capabilities of Nvidia's Tesla GPGPU brand; it utilizes NVIDIA's CUDA parallel computing architecture and is powered by up to 2688 parallel processing cores per GPGPU,[2] which allow it to achieve speeds up to 250 times faster than standard PCs, according to Nvidia.

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