Once again, the Top 500 most powerful computers in the world led the Chinese \The supercomputer takes the top line for the fifth time in a row and has not descended from it since 2013. The US is confident that the Chinese authorities are using Tianhe-2 to develop weapons of mass destruction. The Tianhe-2 performance rating, which translates from Chinese as “Milky Way – 2,” is 33.86 petaflops per second, which allows quadrillion calculations per second. In April of this year, the US was worried about the performance growth of the Chinese supercomputer and banned Intel from supplying additional processors to upgrade it. Tianhe-2 currently uses approximately 80,000 Intel Xeon processors. The second-best supercomputer is at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the United States. Its power is limited to 17.59 petaflops per second. The rating of supercomputers is updated every six months from June 1993.