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Xeon 3,06 GHz L3 vs. Opteron 244

Discussão em 'Novidades Hardware PC' iniciada por iJFerreira, 1 de Agosto de 2003. (Respostas: 13; Visualizações: 1204)

  1. iJFerreira

    iJFerreira Banido

    http://www.tecchannel.de/hardware/1164/index.html

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    E o vencedor em SPECfp é :

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    P4 3GHz/800 i875 :D (há qq coisa aqui que me cheira a queimado e
    não, não estou em Castelo Branco)


    Resultados curiosos em SSE2 no ScienceMark

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    Só os físicos é que metem estes Opterons a bombar.

    Cenas dos próximos episódios: Benchmarks multiprocessador :D
     
    Última edição: 1 de Agosto de 2003
  2. Nemesis11

    Nemesis11 Power Member

  3. iJFerreira

    iJFerreira Banido

    Antes que venham os habituais comentários
    do tipo, sim, o Opterons tem 1.x Ghz enquanto
    o Xeon tem 3Ghz, bla,bla..

    convém lembrar que este teste compara dois
    processadores que custam o mesmo.
    $600 e picos.

    Falta é saber quanto custa o resto para
    um caso e para o outro.
     
  4. ptzs

    ptzs Power Member

    Era porreiro ver 64bit vs 32bit computing. Ficava o comparativo mais completo.
     
  5. iJFerreira

    iJFerreira Banido

  6. Nemesis11

    Nemesis11 Power Member

  7. iJFerreira

    iJFerreira Banido

    ui, se o TFT fosse melhor tb queria um! :D

    Estes gajos ainda não perceberam que sem TFT's WUXGA
    não vão lá. :D

    PS. humm, parece que os modelos 720 tem TFT's WXGA.
    Só falta aparecer um com o Athlon64. :D
     
    Última edição: 3 de Agosto de 2003
  8. Gandalf

    Gandalf I fold therefore I AM

    Podem trazer um kit 244 para mim tb .. :D
     
  9. [knap]

    [knap] Power Member

    k lindo.. kero um kit pa mim :009: :009: :009:
     
  10. Tafinho

    Tafinho Power Member

    Bah, só testaram com 1 processador...
    Para isso podiam ter usado o 144...

    Que bench mais inútil...
     
  11. Nemesis11

    Nemesis11 Power Member

    "AMD Announces Opteron Processor Model 246

    SUNNYVALE, CA -- August 5, 2003 --AMD (NYSE: AMD) today announced immediate availability of the AMD Opteron™ processor Model 246, designed to provide outstanding performance for servers and workstations. The AMD Opteron processor Model 246, which will power the IBM eServer 325, provides a unified platform for servers and workstations, enabling simultaneous 32- and 64-bit computing. The IBM eServer 325 is planned to power one of the world’s largest Linux supercomputers at Japan’s National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST).

    Recently announced results of the Transaction Processing Performance Council’s TPC-H benchmark, which measures business-related database queries, confirm the IBM eServer 325 featuring the AMD Opteron processor Model 246 is currently the highest performing system tested on this benchmark for both 100GB- and 300GB-sized databases.

    “The clear increase in productivity offered by the AMD Opteron processor can drive a shift in enterprise and cluster computing,” said Marty Seyer, vice president and general manager of AMD’s Microprocessor Business Unit. “With AMD64 technology integrated in the AMD Opteron processor, coupled with IBM’s eServer 325 product line, IT managers will now have easy access to 64-bit capabilities. The AMD Opteron processor can give businesses and institutions of all sizes a lower total cost of ownership with superior performance.”

    “Our customers in research-intensive industries, such as oil and gas exploration, pharmacology, finance and higher education, have been eagerly anticipating IBM products based on the AMD Opteron processor,” said Dave Turek, vice president of Deep Computing at IBM. “These critical industries often utilize clustering, which demands stability, reliability and ease of management as well as superior computing performance for intense calculations. The AMD Opteron processor is uniquely suited for their needs.”

    “Tenet HealthSystem is currently running 32-bit performance benchmarks on the AMD Opteron processor and thus far the results have been outstanding,” said Rex Conatser, director of IS Operations at Tenet HealthSystem. “The combination of its industry-leading 32-bit performance and 64-bit capabilities offers an exceptional value proposition for any enterprise looking for long-term server investment protection.”

    AMD Opteron processor Model 246-based servers outperform many competitive offerings by up to 50% on industry standard benchmarks. Complete benchmarking details for the AMD Opteron processor are available at http://www.amd.com/opteronperformance.

    Pricing The AMD Opteron processor Model 246 is priced at $794 in 1,000-unit quantities. For a complete listing of AMD processor pricing, please visit http://www.amd.com/pricing. "
     
  12. iJFerreira

    iJFerreira Banido

    bahh, e continuamos sem saber se dá ou não dá para
    fazer overclock a estes bichos. :P
    Com as board Tyan duvido mas as MSI podem dar.

    O 1.4 Ghz já está a 50 ct.
     
  13. Nemesis11

    Nemesis11 Power Member

    Se não me engano, vi varias reviews em que o multiplicador estava desbloqueado.
     
  14. iJFerreira

    iJFerreira Banido

    bom, por FSB não há bloqueio que resista.
     

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