The TOP500 task ranks and details the 500 most effective non-distributed computer system systems on the planet. The task was begun in 1993 as well as releases an updated checklist of the supercomputers two times a year. The initial of these updates constantly accompanies the International Supercomputing Conference in June, as well as the 2nd exists at the ACM/IEEE Supercomputing Meeting in November. The job intends to offer a trusted basis for tracking and finding fads in high-performance computer and bases positions on HPL, a mobile execution of the high-performance LINPACK benchmark written in Fortran for distributed-memory computer systems.
Currently the most recent TOP500 listing is the 57th, released in June 2021. Considering that June 2020, the Japanese Fugaku is the world s most powerful supercomputer, reaching at first 415.53 petaFLOPS as well as 442.01 petaFlops after an upgrade in November 2020 on the LINPACK criteria. China currently controls the checklist with 188 supercomputers, leading the second location (United States).
The TOP500 list is assembled by Jack Dongarra of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Erich Strohmaier as well as Horst Simon of the National Energy Research Scientific Computer Facility (NERSC) and also Lawrence Berkeley National Research Laboratory (LBNL), and, till his death in 2014, Hans Meuer of the University of Mannheim, Germany.
The TOP500 task checklists likewise Green500 and also HPCG standard checklist.
Shooter fans have reason to joy: Genre s real cult classic has received an impressive Next gene upgrade. The game now shines on the PS5 and Xbox Series x 25 years after the release in new splendor.
25 years after the original release, the cult shooter Quake is now as good as never before – thanks to a brand new upgrades, which has published Bethesda for the Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5 . With a high resolution, spectacular framerates and console-specific extras, fans can now experience the action classic in full Next-Gen splendor.
Quake gets rich graphic upgrade
Bethesda announced a surprising Next gene upgrade for Quake yesterday in a blog post. The shooter that was released in 1996 can now be tapped both on the PS5 and on the Xbox Series X in 4K resolution and with 120 fps – if next to the console also a corresponding screen or TV is present.
In addition, PS5 owners may look forward to the implementation of the adaptive trigger feature of the dualSense controller – as well as the integrated speaker support. For owners of an Xbox Series X | S, on the other hand, there is the Xbox-Play Anywhere feature that allows the game to be drawn on Windows PCs. (Source: Bethesda)
Bethesda surprised with Next-Gen upgrade
The FPS classic Quake was allowed to celebrate its re-release in August on the new consoles, but first in the versions for the PS4 and Xbox One. Now Bethesda has pushed a worthwhile Next-Gen upgrade – and for all owners of the last-gene version it is free. While the game uses the Smart Delivery feature on the Xbox Series X | S for installation, players must manually install the improved version on the PS5 via the Game Hub or PlayStation Store.
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25 years old and still not tired: Kult Shooter Quake has received a crisp Next gene upgrade from Bethesda – with 4K resolution and up to 120 fps.
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