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Straight Power BQT E7-400W Software: Windows XP Pro 32bit Motorola 68000 8MHz +1MB RAM (18 years ago) Motorola 68030 16MHz+32MHz (DSP Motorola 56001) +4MB RAM (capable of multi track live audio Register Remember Me? can you tell us how compatible H8SSL is with various linux/freeBSD distro's? "Does that board support both the IPMI slot and PCI-X or PCI slots at the same time in a What's there to justify the ~$400 price increase on the Opteron? http://quodsoftware.com/athlon-64/amd-athlon-64-x2-4200-benchmark.html

it can be an ideal low-cost SMP server platform for A64x2 or dual-core Opteron 165~175. it can be an ideal low-cost SMP server platform for A64x2 or dual-core Opteron 165~175. Howdy, I'm pleased to have finally found a good thread talking about X2 & s939 Opterons and server class motherboards. we can't seem to get CentOS 4.2 to "see" the serverworks' SATA controller on H8SSL, the same story for FC4 and SuSe 10 too.

Dan █ Dan Kitchen | Technical Director | Razorblue █ ddi: (+44) (0)1748 900 680 | e: [emailprotected] █ UK Intensive Managed Hosting, Clusters and Colocation. █ HP Servers, Cisco/Juniper Powered HyperTransport operates on Multiplier of it's own, up to 5x for 200MHz x5 = 1000MHz (1GHz) Operation, and HyperTransport is Full Duplex so it is 2000Mhz (2GHz) effective speed. ECC is used for mainly in servers, although some Socket 939 AMD Athlon 64 motherboards support ECC because the Memory Controller has ECC as well.

dvdpiddyFeb 16, 2006, 8:32 AM do you guy's think that 9 inch is bullshitter in disguise? The Athlon 64 Socket 754 has a 64-bit Memory Controller, meaning it can only run Single Channel Operation, Socket 939 Athlon 64's as well as Socket 478 and Socket 775 use On the Intel side, the 805D looks quite good in overclocking considering it's only supposed to be priced at around $150 when it launches. hashv2f16Feb 16, 2006, 9:57 AM dude this is like a THG cpu guide but only in the forums.

Best of both worlds. MemoryI decided to add this in because I feel it is important for some people to know when purchasing a processor. Added "Naming Schemes: What They Mean" section, displays all the namings of Opteron 64's (e.g., Opteron 170), Pentium 4's (e.g., Pentium 4 530) so one can deduce what they are without http://newwikipost.org/topic/FuBtshTYYnE5N1qk6pQGDZGzIGZhp0WE/Athlon-64-x2-4200-Memory-Compatibility.html Get the answer MadModMikeFeb 15, 2006, 10:45 AM Quote: Looking real good.I would suggest the Opteron 170 as being the best overall dual core processor for overclocking tho.http://wiki.extremeoverclocking.com/wiki/Opteron_Steppings#Stepping_Info I do plan

Jan 5, 2008 at 3:21 AM #6 peach1971 New Member Joined: Oct 1, 2006 Messages: 652 (0.17/day) Thanks Received: 46 Location: Germany System Specs Processor: AMD Phenom II X2 550 @3600MHz ASUS may not be so hot with AMD's performance motherboards, but on the Intel Camp, ASUS is a fair trader in performance/price battle against the top Gigabyte and Intel offerings.Overall Best By registering you'll gain: - Full Posting Privileges. - Access to Private Messaging. - Optional Email Notification. - Ability to Fully Participate. - And Much More. Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users.

Wouldn't that also require a different type of memory? http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/8416791 http://www.supermicro.com/Aplus/syst...AS-1010S-T.cfm If I can do that, I've specced up a Opteron 175 dual SCSI RAID 1 machine for ~$1850. Would you think a thread like this for Northbridge's would be good? Ask a question and give support.

Reply With Quote 0 12-16-2005,10:54 PM #22 [emailprotected] View Profile View Forum Posts View Forum Threads Visit Homepage Web Hosting Master Join Date May 2004 Location Atlanta, GA Posts http://quodsoftware.com/athlon-64/pentium-4-vs-amd-athlon-64-x2.html No, create an account now. Note the Quote: while the CPU performs other tasks which do not require the bus .In other words, the chip can not access the fsb, so it is at best, in It is true that a CPU can access 512KB of Cache in less time, but there is less total cache.

The following is a list of the companies for which the RAM is the best and their best, as well as a overall best overclocking RAM at the bottom:OCZCrucialCorsairG.SkillMushkinPatriotGigaRAMKingstonPNYVikingOCZ - Platinum I suggested the 9xx being that I figured it is the best, I am not too extreme on Intel knowledge (I know more about the P4's than the PD's) and it's http://www.supermicro.com/Aplus/syst...AS-1010S-T.cfm If I can do that, I've specced up a Opteron 175 dual SCSI RAID 1 machine for ~$1850. weblink This means to run Dual Channel DDR1 w/ 184 Pins, it would require 368 Pins (184x2) from the CPU and this is why the Socket 754 processors do not support Dual

Last edited by [emailprotected]; 12-16-2005 at 10:57 PM. I still think he should keep his name, names are names and words are words, shouldnt' make a big deal out of it. All Athlon 64 X2 processors are on Socket 939, with newer ones being released for Socket AM2 when it is released.

Jul 11, 2009 #3 red1776 Omnipotent Ruler of the Universe Posts: 5,219 +157 okay , download this: http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php i would like to see if that reading is just an anomaly,

Dual Core Done Right- AMD’s Athlon64 X2 Processors: FINAL ASSESSMENT Must read:AMD v. I am running mine at 2.4 with the default of 400MHZ. Pentium 4 Processors [Sockets: 423 478 775]: The main thing to point out is that the Pentium 4 uses the traditional "Front Side Bus". Intel Pentium 2 222mhz Intel pentium 4 1,7ghz Intel Pentium 4 2ghz Intel pentium 4 3ghz Next one wil be bloomfield INTEL FOR EVER Jan 5, 2008 at 3:54 AM

Changed name again....3-23-06 Changes: Added a "What's That?" section below "Future Technologies" that explains some Terms and Technologies that are inside current CPU's from AMD & Intel and others. Current sources put CSI comparable to a 1600MHz Front Side Bus.Crossbar - The Crossbar in a Dual-Core AMD64 CPU is the component that allows the 2 cores to communicate to each since opteron 170 (2Gz w/2x 1M L2) costs really not much more than A64x2-3800 (2Ghz, 2x 512K L2), we prolly will switch to s939 Opteron dual-core entirely! check over here In 1999, the Pentium III Xeon was released, this was almost identical to the Pentium II Xeon but it had a few differences, such as SSE and a cache controller enhancement.

Good thinking. The architecture for these is the same, 2 CPU's share 1 front side bus, which gives each CPU 1600MB/s Bandwidth using DDR400 (4-Way Xeon's have 800MB/s Bandwidth per CPU). I just wonder whether there is a raid card that support SAS SATA II hard drive?. 5 SATA-II RAID cards are listed on this Tom's hardware article: http://www.tomshardware.com/2005/10/...for_scsi_raid/ C.W. cpu-z says that my timings are 3-3-3-8.

Thanks. AMD V. Jan 5, 2008 at 4:45 AM #16 erocker Super Moderator Staff Member Joined: Jul 19, 2006 Messages: 41,752 (10.88/day) Thanks Received: 17,338 System Specs Processor: Intel i7 4790K Motherboard: MSI Z97 Software: Windows 7 ultimate 64bit, Keyshot 5, 3ds max 2016 so far i know Intel pentium 1 150mhz ?

The Xeon version w/ CSI will come out in 2009 while the Itantium version should be out in 2008.There is another architecture Intel is developing, known as Nehalem, there is absolutely This is actually a con on the Pentium 4, because the Front Side Bus is a Half Duplex, Bidirectional Bus. Jake_BarnesFeb 23, 2006, 11:03 PM **Unlocked** dvdpiddyFeb 24, 2006, 12:16 AM yay jake unlocked it thank you but why was it under moderator review? 1 /5 2 3 4 5 Next Tyan has a proven record of reliability in the Workstation and Server area, and I would personally say through experience that one of their best boards is the Tyan K8WE S2985.

not sure about UK, but here in US, end users still can easily source supermicro's AMD based serverboards from "regular" retail channels, web based or not. The 1066MHz for "Conroe" will be in the mainstream CPU's with 1 version, the "Extreme Edition" being with a 1333MHz Front Side Bus & 3.33GHz Internal Clock. C.W. This way, if anyone asks which is better, we can simply link them.