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Olympus, the new theoretical 162- A unique, energy-saving feature PNNL’s Olympus supercomputer is its rear-door rack cooling system, which uses water to absorb the heat generated by the computer. Here, one of the rear-door cooling elements is pulled away from a rack for display. Olympus, the new theoretical 162-Teraflop peak supercomputer at PNNL, is helping scientists do more complex, advanced research in areas such as climate science and smart grid development.

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Document Title: PNNL's Olympus Supercomputer
Category: Computer Science
Media Type: Photos
Date of Image/Photo: December 2011
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