Can you make SPAM edible? Yes.
Does it ever taste as good as ham? No.
Mick Dundee said "You can live on it, but it tastes like _____."
LoneWolf15 wrote:A Core i9 or an AMD Threadripper will still be a consumer CPU because I can purchase it, as opposed to a Cray XC supercomputer, which I cannot.
Waco wrote:Cray will happily sell you an XC rack or few hundred racks if you want it - it just takes a lot of coin.
just brew it! wrote:http://www.ebay.com/itm/Cray-XT4-Superc ... 1843045494Or wait a few years, and you'll be able to pick one up on eBay.
just brew it! wrote:IIRC most standby UPSes do specify a cutover time (for the inverter to kick in) of 1 AC cycle.
bfg-9000 wrote:Mine wants a quarter of a cycle (4 ms): https://www.cyberpowersystems.com/produ ... nformationMost cheap standby UPSes are rated 2-4ms transfer nowadays (about 1/4 of an AC cycle)
Vhalidictes wrote:One thing I'm always looking out for is 200-300 watt high-end PSUs. I always end up over-speccing because they just don't seem to exist at any kind of reasonable price any more.
HERETIC wrote:$60 from Amazon:Seasonic G series are a great mid-range PSU.Don't know if the 360 Watt is available any more.
End User wrote:Magical thinking. Very brave.I used my MacBook specifically because it is as an example of a device whose usefulness cannot be defined by its price/performance.