Originally Posted by Mistawes
Sorry for the delay! Also, getting a decent question ain't easy..
How many PS3's did the US Navy have before deciding to expand it's PS3 supercomputer program?
It had non before but.....
In November 2010 the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) created a powerful supercomputer by connecting together 1,760 Sony PS3s which include 168 separate graphical processing units and 84 coordinating servers in a parallel array capable of performing 500 trillion floating-point operations per second (500 TFLOPS). As built the Condor Cluster was the 33rd largest supercomputer in the world and would be used to analyse high definition satellite imagery