Advanced Research Computing (ARC)

USGS Yeti Supercomputer

Yeti is the first supercomputer available to all USGS research staff.  

Close up of Yeti Supercomputer doors

(Credit: Jeff Falgout, USGS. Public domain.)

Yeti Specifications

  • 39,166 Total Cores
    • 3,728 CPU Cores (1,456 Intel Ivy Bridge cores and 2,272 Intel Haswell cores)
    • 366 Xeon Phi 7120P cores
    • 35,072 CUDA cores (5,120 Quadro K2200 GPU cores and 29,952 Tesla K80 GPU cores)
  • 32,128 GB Total RAM
  • ~105 TFlop/s total combined performance (preliminary measurement)
  • 793 TB Usable Disk Storage
    • 508 TB Lustre storage. 12-14 GB/s throughput.
    • 285 TB CXFS storage. 6.7 GB/s CXFS throughput.
  • Node interconnect is FDR/QDR Infiniband (40-56Gb/s) configured in a 2:1 blocking fat tree topology.