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Old April 23, 2010, 09:59 AM
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Old April 23, 2010, 10:17 AM
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Oh my. Considering you can get the 48 cores running at 2.1Ghz for a mere $4400 before tax, I don't know why your not doing this. With all these new Behemoths cropping up, you may need reassure the original behemoths dominance.
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It's just......beautiful.

However, this is interesting: ACP: up to 105W/CPU. It's incredible that AMD brought power consumption down to that number for a 12-core chip even at 32nm.
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Oh my. Considering you can get the 48 cores running at 2.1Ghz for a mere $4400 before tax, I don't know why your not doing this. With all these new Behemoths cropping up, you may need reassure the original behemoths dominance.
Behemoth is quite comfortably ahead right now with its 24 cores @ 2.6Ghz for the time being. And $4400 ain't exactly cheap neither, lol. Plus it uses Quad-channel Registered DDR3, which would cost a pretty penny to get the full benefit...
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very nice. besides for number crunching, no sane man should attempt to get one..riight? :)

i wonder how it (if) clocks
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Sign me up for the $10,000 as well so I can build one myself ;)
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