Supercomputers usually refer to hundreds of thousands or more processors.
Computers consisting of large and complex subjects that can be computed by ordinary PCs and servers. Supercomputers are the most powerful, fast and storage computers in computers. They are important symbols of the development level of national science and technology and comprehensive national strength. Supercomputers have the strongest parallel computing power and are mainly used in scientific computing. It undertakes large-scale and high-speed computational tasks in meteorology, military, energy, aerospace, prospecting and other fields. In structure, although supercomputers and servers may be multi-processor systems, there is no substantial difference between them, but modern supercomputers mostly use cluster systems and pay more attention to the performance of floating-point computing. It can be seen that they are a high-performance server focusing on scientific computing, and the price is very expensive. Usually, supercalculators consume a lot of power, which costs thousands of power in one second. The CPU of supercalculators is at least 50 cores, which is about 10 times faster than that of household computers. But this kind of CPU can not be purchased, and the price is tens of millions.