Posts Tagged ‘Intel’
Today we look at the performance of a dual Intel Xeon L5320 system against newer processors using our Linux benchmark script
A perspective regarding how Intel can hold ARM largely out of the datacenter over the short term. We spoke to industry sources and share perspectives
Dual Intel Xeon X5680 STHbench benchmark results added thanks to a user submission. 6C/ 12T and 130w TDP each yields high single and multi threaded numbers
3 Different LGA 2011 pin outs: Haswell-EP Pictured Alongside Ivy Bridge-EX, Ivy Bridge-EP and Sandy Bridge-EP
3 different LGA 2011 socket configurations with Haswell-EP pictured alongside Ivy Bridge-EX, Ivy Bridge-EP and Sandy Bridge-EP processors
Intel updates its Xeon E7 v2 series for the first time in almost three years introducing a "Skip-Tock" cadence for releasing high-end processors
Forum readers have spotted a deal on Intel Xeon X5650 chips now selling for just over $100 each. These chips have 6 cores and twelve threads.
If you want multi-threaded dual socket processing, dual Intel Xeon E5-2697 v2 chips are about as good as it gets right now (until the new E7's launch)
A look at Intel Atom C2550 power consumption and comparisons to the Atom C2750, C2758, S1260 and D525. Great overall results
There are many applications that need decent memory, storage and network performance with little processing power. The quad core Intel Atom C2550 delivers and at about a 50% price break over the C2750.
We benchmark the Intel Atom C2758 Rangeley processor with 8 cores. A great upgrade for Atom D510, D525, and S1260 network appliances