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Perhaps you might consider a cloud service like Amazon's. My brother
had a large batch of high-resolution MRIs to process, and he completed
in a few days what would have taken almost 60 days of daily processing
on his lab's machines.
On Mon, Nov 21, 2011 at 12:20 AM, Semenov Alexander
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> ***** To join INSNA, visit http://www.insna.org ***** Hello, everybody!
> I used to work with relatively small graphs (like 1209 nodes and 5555 edges)
> and even my netbook was good enough for them. But now I have data like 50
> 000 nodes and 1 000 000 edges which is really hard to draw and analyse on my
> current laptop with Intel Core i7 CPU M620 2.67 GHz, 4 GB RAM (2,99 GB
> usable) and 32-bit Windows 7. I even gave a dataset of 66 000 000 nodes but
> not even dreaming to work with it yet.
> It seems like I need to buy something more powerful, so I want to hear your
> advice about that. What configuration of CPU/RAM is good enough to feel
> comfortable with such datasets?
> Thanks in advance!
> Best regards,
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