This odd looking creation is a supercomputer. The main
circuitry, shown here, is smaller than your average desktop
system, and is built using gallium arsenide circuitry rather
than silicon. Built in 1993, it's the only one of its type, and
produces so much power that it needs to be completely immersed in coolant while running.
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