Panapat Uawithya wrote:
> we are going to buy a silicon graphic machine for molecular modeling of
> protein. Do we require a multiple-processor one or just a hi-end of the
> indego2 in this work?
>> \ / E-mail address u3601087 at mucc.mahidol.ac.th
It depends how much money you've got and what exactly you want to do.
If you just want reasonable graphics then a 128 Mb O2 with a 180 MHz
R5000PC will do fine. But if you want faster graphics then'll you'll
need to go for an Indigo^2 Impact system. If you want to do alot of
dynamics simulations using programs such as CHARMM, then a
multi-processor machine with a good graphics end would be better (like a
dual processor octane).
Stuart Priest, Computer Manager
Protein Structure Group, University of York, UK Tel. 44 1904 432592
URL : http://www.yorvic.york.ac.uk/~priest
InPerson : priest at heffalump.chem.york.ac.uk