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The ASCI Q was a supercomputer at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, installed in 2003. It was a DEC AlphaServer SC45/GS Cluster and reached 7.727 Teraflops.[1][2]

ASQI Q used DEC Alpha 1250 MHz (2.5 GFlops) processors and a Quadrics interconnect. ASCI Q placed as the 2nd fastest supercomputer in the world in 2003.[3]

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  1. ^ Los Alamos National Laboratories (2002). "The ASCI Q System: 30 TeraOPS Capability at Los Alamos National Laboratory" (PDF). Retrieved 2010-06-06. 
  2. ^ High performance scientific and engineering computing: hardware/software support by Laurence Tianruo Yang 2003 ISBN 1-4020-7580-4 page 144
  3. ^ TOP500 Rankings