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The Cray-2 was the fastest computer in the world in 1985. It weighed 2.5 tons. It was supplied as a supercomputer with up to four processors, a peak performance of 2 GFLOPS, 2 GB of memory and a maximum clock speed of 4.1 ns. It is notable for its striking design. A total of 27 units were sold. Photo: Jan Braun, HNF

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  • Title: Cray-2
  • Creator: Cray Research
  • Date: 1985
  • Location: Seattle

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