Someone took Nvidia’s fastest CPU ever and built an absurdly fast desktop PC with no name — It cannot play games but comes with 576GB+ of RAM and starts from $43,500 has unveiled the world’s first Nvidia GH200 Grace Hopper Superchip-powered supercomputer, and it’s an absolute beast. Housed in a sleek, compact desktop form it currently holds the title as the fastest ARM desktop PC in existence.

The PC is optimized for memory-intensive AI tasks, particularly inference and fine-tuning of LLMs, and HPC applications like genome sequencing. It can function as a server or a desktop workstation and offers the flexibility of offline use.