Re: What is the fastest machine for Mathematica?
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- Subject: [mg13613] Re: What is the fastest machine for Mathematica?
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- Date: Fri, 7 Aug 1998 03:08:15 -0400
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In article <6q3qkj$f19 at smc.vnet.net>, Christian Keysers <ck6 at st-andrews.ac.uk> wrote: > We are currently running mathematica on a Silicon Graphics Ingigo 2 > machine with a 200Mhz processor and 256Mb Ram. The calculations involve > fitting of gaussians to data set, and take two long at present (2h30min > for each data set requiring 16 * 8 fits). Does anybody know what > machines may bring the best speed for that kind of computations? The > benchmark sites available in the net only contain data for relatively > slow machines (Dec Alphas, Mac, Pentiums). We were thinking of getting > an Origin 2000, but even these machines only get really fast with > multiple processors (not supported by mathematica). So if anybody has a > really fast machine, let me know! > You can hook up any of the Front Ends to a Cray-YMP machine if you have access to one. -- If only we knew that money is only an idea. There is no scarcity or loss connected to it. Nothing cost anything.