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Intel Xeon X5670 Dual Six Core Processor Benchmarks and Review

Although the Intel Xeon L5640 is a lot of processor with very low power consumption requirements, the Intel Xeon X5670 is a much higher-end...

Intel Xeon L5640 60w Dual Six Core Processor Benchmarks and Review

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...

Supermicro SC842TQ-665B 4U Rackmount Hotswap Chassis Review

Supermicro contacted me about reviewing their SC842TQ-665B chassis a few weeks ago and I thought it would be a good departure from the pure...

Intel Xeon E5606 80w Quad Core Dual CPU Benchmarks and Review

As part of its Q1'11 CPU roll-out, Sandy Bridge was perhaps Intel's biggest announcement. Intel also released the E5603, E5606, and E5607 CPUs which...

Supermicro X8DTH-6F Motherboard Review Dual LGA 1366 Xeon LSI SAS2008 Dual...

The Supermicro X8DTH-6F motherboard is a substantial dual processor (DP) motherboard loaded with on board features and expansion possibilities. Users looking for a low-end...

Building a 4U Dual Processor System with Multiple NICs and RAID...

Building a dual processor (DP) server is not a tough task, but it does have a few considerations for anyone looking to build one...

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