CAVS is a member of Mississippi State University's High Performance Computing Collaboratory (HPC2). The HPC2 provides substantial high performance computing resources to its member centers. In addition to the following supercomputer systems, the HPC2 has smaller x86 Windows and Linux-based servers that provide computational services for various groups and individual projects.
On Top500's June 2015 Supercomputer Sites list, Shadow was ranked as the 143rd fastest computer in the world and the 11th most powerful computer at any academic site in the United States. As the first production system of its kind to use a warm-water cooling system, Shadow was ranked as the 16th most energy efficient supercomputer in the world according to Top500's June 2015 Green500 list.
Talon debuted as the 331st entry on the June 2010 Top500 Rankings. In June 2010, the Green500 list named Talon as the most energy efficient general purpose supercomputer in the world, and the ninth most energy efficient system overall.
Raptor debuted as the 115th most powerful computer in the world and the 18th most powerful computer at any academic site in the United States on Top 500's November 2006 Supercomputer Sites list.