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Old November 14, 2011, 07:32 PM
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And I bet many people are gonna buy these because they think more core will be better to play their game. Lol...Want some result on Pro level use :)
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Old November 14, 2011, 10:45 PM
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so i see one thing that baffles me how the hell can they make an 8 module that has " 16 cores" and clocked at 2.6 only have a TDP of 140 watts while a 4module " 8 core" cpu with a clock of ~3.6 have a TDP of 125watts what am i missing here is the bulldozer on the server level some magical super amazing thing they pulled out of their asses in the past month here, what am i missing?
Or it could be as simple as Bulldozer not having a linear power-clockspeed relationship. If the power consumption goes up twice as fast as the change in clock speeds, that would reasonably explain the claims. We already know Bulldozer's speed was limited because of its power consumption and thermal issues. Makes sense that it grows quickly up as well as down.
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Old November 14, 2011, 11:45 PM
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Arrow FYI - Opteron 6274, AMD's 2.2 GHz, 115 watt

The test unit arrived with its all four sockets populated with Opteron 6274, AMD's 2.2 GHz, 115 watt model, which carries 16 MB of L2 cache, and an equal amount of L3 cache. Also on board were six 73 GB, 15 K SAS drives configured as RAID 5 and controlled by an integrated PERC H700 RAID controller, 128 GB of 1600 MHz, DDR3 dual-ranked memory and Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise. To test the unit, we installed Geekbench 2.2.0, the latest version of the Primate Labs benchmark.
The unit's high overall score was 20,422, more than double the high score (9,695) of the same machine with four 12-core AMD 6100 processors (48 cores total) and 64B of memory (only 32GB of which was addressable by Windows). In other words, the PowerEdge R815 as configured with 50 percent more processor cores more than doubled its previous Geekbench score.
Source: http://www.crn.com/news/data-center/...m?cid=nl_alert

Original link provided at Anand's article Comments section: http://www.anandtech.com/show/5096/amd-releases-opteron-4200-valencia-and-6200-interlagos-series
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