Published on 7th April 2010 by
Originally Posted by p-dawg86Hmm. Interesting. One hell of a price though. Oh and quad-sockets do exist. I used to see them on Newegg all the time with AMD's F series.
Originally Posted by p-dawg86http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=2010200302%201071330126&name=Quad%201207(F)
Originally Posted by MraedisIs it me, or are the benchmarks rather disappointing? :?
Originally Posted by yangluHow can the power consumption be 1.13KW when the TDP of each CPU is supposed to be 130W? 4 x 130 = 520W... What on earth is eating the remaining 600W!!!????
Originally Posted by Gonzalo-GonadsI want to see a 256 socket motherboard!!!
Originally Posted by HourBeforeDawnIs it me or overall did the 2 x AMD Opteron 6174 seem lke the better way to go? and Im sure for a hell of a lot less making it a better choice for at least the small time server out of your home or small business the way to go.
Originally Posted by HourBeforeDawnHowever staring at all those threads on the performance screen shot still makes you want to drool a bit. :)
Originally Posted by LizardThe Lightwave test was run with the automatic setting, so was rendering on 16 threads (the maximum that 9.6 supports. I presume you thought it was run on two threads because of the screenshot? If so, that's a generic shot (actually my desktop work PC), not the Nehalem EX system.
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