SuperComPute writes: "NVIDIA is taking the wraps off a new product line dubbed Tesla comprising of desktop, deskside and rack mount server based hardware solutions for high-performance supercomputing. They are offering up add-in cards that will install in existing systems, a "deskside" solution that is really dual add-in cards in an external case and 1U rack mount systems featuring up to four of these cards. Basically rebranded G80 graphics cores, the Tesla line up will not have monitor connections and will still use SLI connections for some data communication. Claiming up to 2 Teraflops per 1U server, NVIDIA is hoping that this will make a big impact in the HPC world. PC Perspective has a nice summary of the products being launched today with photos, specs and prices starting at $1500."