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Dell EMC DSS 9000 with Intel Rack Scale Design Launched

Dell EMC DSS 9000 with Intel Rack Scale Design launched to meet the needs of large enterprises and service providers looking for scalable hardware platforms

Intel Skylake Omni-Path Fabric Does Not Work on Every Server and...

We investigated and confirmed that Intel Xeon Scalable, codenamed Skylake-SP, Omni-Path Fabric SKUs do not work on every server and motherboard

Intel Xeon Silver 4108 Linux Benchmarks and Review

Our Intel Xeon Silver 4108 Linux benchmarks and review, we take the successor to the Intel Xeon E5-2620 (V1-V4) through our benchmark suite and compare

Intel Xeon Silver 4112 Linux Benchmarks and Review

We benchmark and review the Intel Xeon Silver 4112 in Linux comparing it to the Bronze, Silver 4108, 4110, Xeon D, Xeon E5 and Xeon E3 CPUs

Intel Xeon Bronze 3104 v E5-2603 V3 and V4 Three Generations...

We compare the Intel Xeon Bronze 3104 to its two immediate predecessors: the Intel Xeon E5-2603 V4 and V3 generations to see how much performance improves

Supermicro X11DPi-NT E-ATX Motherboard Review

Our review of the Supermicro X11DPi-NT E-ATX motherboard. We find a 2Pplatform that has ample SATA 3, PCIe, NVMe expansion onboard with 10Gbase-T networking
Tyan GA88 B5631 GPU Compute Top With GTX 1080 Ti

Tyan Thunder HX GA88-B5631 Server Review 4x GPU in 1U

We review the Tyan Thunder HX GA88-B5631 1U server with four NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition cards to see how the revolutionary architecture performs

Intel Xeon Bronze 3106 Initial Benchmarks and Review

We have single socket benchmarks for the Intel Xeon Bronze 3106 series processors and a review of the ~$300 CPU option for lighting a new server

Dual Intel Xeon Gold 6150 Initial Benchmarks – Delving into Gold...

We publish our first numbers of the Intel Xeon Gold 6100 series using a dual Intel Gold 6150 configuration and compare it to a wide array of CPUs

AMD EPYC v Intel Xeon Scalable Taking Stock of Myths July...

We attempt to answer many of the questions the STH team is fielding from users about AMD EPYC v. Intel Xeon Scalable platforms