|Pi2PC2||24||3,33 - 3,60 GHz||72 GB||2 x Xeon X5680|
|Pi2PC3||16||2,93 - 3,33 GHz||24 GB||2 x Xeon X5570|
|Pi2PC4||32||2,60 - 3,30 GHz||128 GB||2 x Xeon E5-2670|
|Pi2PC5||32||2,60 - 3,30 GHz||64 GB||2 x Xeon E5-2670|
|Pi2PC149||12||3,30 - 3,75 GHz||24 GB||Xeon X5670 OC|
|Pi2PC237||8||3,50 - 3,90 GHz||16 GB||Core i7-4771|
The standard user account "physiker" is provided for occasional use. For extended projects a personal account should be created. Please put all your data in identifiable folders on the data drive. After finishing your analysis, move the files to your own computers.
These machines can show their full potential with a lot of tasks (e.g matlab sessions) running in parallel and using as many logical CPU cores as possible. Due to the limited clock speed, single thread performance may be better on other computers.
Be aware that Microsoft Windows is installed on these computers, so they have to be restarted regularly at least once a month for the Microsoft patchday. If possible, these reboots are delayed to times of low workload. Nevertheless it may be a good idea to design your simulation software in a way that as little data as possible is lost even in case of an unscheduled reboot.