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Last on the Top-10 list is another IBM supercomputer, the DARPA Trial Subset - Power 775, POWER7 8C 3.836GHz system. It's got 63360 cores and reached 1.515 Petaflops/s
In June 1993, the very first fastest supercomputer list by Top500 was the CM-5/1024 by Thinking Machines. It had 1024 cores and hit 60 Gigaflops/s on the Linpac performance tests.
Not only was it the first supercomputer to be named world's fastest by Top500, its sleek looks won it a movie role as the supercomputer that ran "Jurassic Park."