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The biannual Green500 list of the most energy-efficient supercomputers has broken new ground in two important ways: for the first time an HPC system broke the 4 gigaflops per watt barrier, and also for the first time all the top 10 systems benefitted from GPU acceleration. Then there's a third bit of note: the benchmarks are …

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How many MFlops/W from a Raspberry Pi?

Is there a chance some CMOS computer which runs off a watch battery will get to the top of this table?

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Re: How many MFlops/W from a Raspberry Pi?

Raspberry Pi is theoretically 24GFlops.

@5w it would be ~4800MFlops/w

I'd be more interested in what some of the more modern Phone processors can do.

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