Is the 3000GT reliable?

Although Mitsubishi does not have the best reputation, the 1999 Mitsubishi 3000GT is fairly reliable. There were some interior rattles.

Is a Mitsubishi 3000GT considered a sports car?

Mitsubishi’s 3000GT VR-4 isn’t a sports car. There are 3,737 pounds of dense-packed, twin-turbocharged, all-wheel-driven car here. That’s about 500 pounds more than a Chevrolet Corvette, even though it’s just an inch longer overall.

Is the 3000GT RWD?

Mitsubishi 3000GT are not rear wheel drive. Most models were all wheel drive (in fact, Japanese “GTOs” came only as all wheel drive – as is often the case, the North American market had some differences). Non VR-4 3000GTs were available in North America in front wheel drive configuration.

What is the difference between Z15 core and Z15 Numa?

So that z15 core is akin to having 14,385 CPWs of oomph and that 190-core z15 NUMA system is like having 1.25 million CPWs of aggregate performance.

What is the maximum number of cores a Z15 can handle?

The maximum number of cores in a single system image for the z14 iron was 170, and with the z15 that has been bumped up by 12 percent. Add it up and take out a little NUMA overhead for multiple nodes, and the peak aggregate capacity of the biggest z15 has increased by 25 percent, to 178,000 MIPS.

What is the difference between z14 and Z15?

The z14 system topped out at 32 TB of main memory, and the z15 tops out at 40 TB; that memory has RAID-style data protection across it. By any stretch of the imagination, this z15 machine is a beast, and one that can hold its own against a cluster of X86 servers running Windows Server or Linux.

How many a bus ports does the IBM z15 have?

There are two X Bus ports and four A Bus ports in the z15, and that is twice as many A Bus ports. Here’s why. With the z14 machine, IBM crammed six CPs plus one SP into a drawer, and it required a custom rack that was quite a bit wider than a standard server rack’s 19 inches.