Low Power Servers
The AMD Sempron 3850 is AMD's lowest cost quad core AM1 SoC. It combines four Jaguar cores running at 1.3GHz with the R3 graphics solution all in a low power envelope.
Low cost and low performance socket AM1 SoC with half the number of cores as compared to other AM1 chips
The AMD Athlon 5150 is a lower cost part that provides SoC capabilities at low power consumption levels. This allows platforms to be small, inexpensive and quiet with minimal complexity.
The Supermicro X10SBA platform packs many of features into a compact, low power fan-less package.
The AMD Athlon 5350 will be the highest performing AM1 processor at launch. It provides solid CPU performance for this segment along with a GCN based GPU and low power consumption.
How to create a low power Hyper-V based ZFS (on Linux) with napp-it plus vyatta or pfsense all-in-one. A firewall plus backup solution in short depth 1U
A look at Intel Atom C2550 power consumption and comparisons to the Atom C2750, C2758, S1260 and D525. Great overall results
We decided to benchmark the Raspberry Pi Model B 512MB with our Linux test suite to start adding ARM benchmarks to the test result set
Recently, I had the opportunity to attend the Intel Atom S1200 server processor launch. The morning’s focus was on the current 6w Centerton generation Atom parts, but one could tell that there was a lot of room to go. As ...
Today it is time to look at a twelve core, twenty-four thread powerhouse of a system. After looking at the low-cost Westmere-EP based dual Intel Xeon E5606 configuration and finding it to be a power sipping dual-CPU setup, I no...