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Intel's 24 core CPU USES a 10 nanometer process on the server platform

The Intel Xeon chip on the radiator is ready for installation on the server motherboard  Last year, with the advent of the Linux patch, Ice Lake was probably the first sign of desktop CPUs. Going back in time today, we don't have one, but three new Geekbench 4 submissions support the rumor. Following Cannon Lake, Ice Lake is Intel's second processor family with a 10nm process node. The 10nm + chip is based on the Sunny Cove microarchitecture. Although Ice Lake first made its debut on mobile platforms and was found in laptops, it looks like Intel is finally ready to shift its focus to desktops, especially servers. Ice Lake is expected to find its home on Intel's Whitley platform. There are also rumors that these new processors will provide native support for PCIe 4.0 and DDR4-3200 RAM modules on Intel desktop platforms. The problematic Ice Lake Xeon processor surfaced, peppered with Intel $0000 code names to disguise itself from unwanted eye damage. The chip appears to have

How do you choose a CPU?

Recognize your own needs first, and then combine your budget and your preferences to choose. Most of you can't go wrong. Individual/home users, light-to-moderate games, and budgets are not tight, just use an rx580/GTX1660 for i5 9400F/R5 2600. 2600 Now many businesses can drive a car at a price of 799, and it is not outdated in terms of performance, and the price is very high. (The first release is nearly 2K and I bought a 2600X and I’m crying ╭( ̄^ ̄゜)╮) Moderate games, such as 1080P 144Hz or 2K resolution requirements, you can consider i5 9600K/R5 3600 with an RX5700 or RTX2060 (super) Graphics card. For heavy games, such as the demand for 2K 144Hz, it is recommended that i7 9700K/R7 3700X be in place in one step. Try to buy the best graphics card within the budget. Personally, I suggest choosing between the flagship version of the low model graphics card and the high model graphics card. The high-quality version is more cost-effective, except for those that are not bad for the mon

Tengyun S2500, the strongest server CPU released by Tengyun, supports 8-channel 512 cores

According to the latest forecast by Million Insights, a market research organization, the global data center network market will reach US$40.9 billion by 2025 and achieve a compound annual growth rate of 11.0% from 2019 to 2025. Obviously, this will be a huge opportunity for server chip manufacturers. Although the current server chip market is dominated by the X86 architecture, accounting for nearly 99% of the market share, in recent years, in Arm and its ecological partners (including Amazon, Huawei, Feiteng, Ampere, Marvell and other Arm server chip manufacturers) Thanks to the hard work, the Arm server market is gradually emerging. Especially in the Chinese market, under the general trend of domestic independent control and localized substitution, the market opportunities of new infrastructure are superimposed, and the domestic Arm server market is accelerating. On the morning of July 23, domestic CPU manufacturer Feiteng officially announced the three newly-named product lines,

ARM, not only mobile terminal but also high-end server CPU!

When it comes to ARM, many people's first reaction is the widespread application on the mobile side, such as mobile phones. All mobile phone brands in the world, no matter which one, including Apple, all adopt ARM architecture to design CPU. About ARM ARM is a company established in the UK. There were a dozen engineers in the early days, so there were not many people. The office space is in a barn, which is relatively simple. But ARM's shareholders are relatively powerful, including the current Apple Company, which was one of their early major shareholders. On November 27, 1990, Apple invested 1.5 million pounds, chip manufacturer VLSI invested 250,000 pounds, and Acorn itself invested 1.5 million pounds of intellectual property rights and 12 engineers. Here comes the Acorn company: the predecessor of ARM. On December 5, 1978, physicist Hermann Hauser and engineer Chris Curry founded the CPU company (Cambridge·Processing Unit) in Cambridge, England, whose main business i

Server 05-CPU and memory architecture introduction

From the perspective of system architecture, the server's CPU and memory architecture can be divided into three categories: SMP: Symmetric Multi-Processor NUMA: Non-Uniform Memory Access MPP: Massive Parallel Processing I personally don't think MPP is a kind of CPU and memory architecture; I think it is a distributed architecture application of SMP or NUMA; this article will explain later. 1. Early server: SMP The earliest servers were all a CPU. As business pressure increased, they faced the situation of insufficient CPU. How to do? The simple and rude way is: do not change the architecture, just add CPU to the existing architecture. The architecture remains unchanged, the CPU is added, but the effect is not as good as expected. The CPU is twice the original, but the system performance has not increased to twice the original. what reason? The status of the two CPUs is equal, sharing the memory bus; when CPU0 uses memory, CPU1 has to wait. The situation of the two

Comparison of CPU performance between minicomputer and x86 server

Yesterday I posted an article comparing the performance of different CPU DMIPS. It happened that a friend in the group who was an Oracle asked about the performance difference between minicomputers and x86 servers in terms of database performance, which also attracted the attention and discussion of many people, so by the way today Write another article about the CPU performance comparison of minicomputers and x86 servers. By the way, I also do a survey to see what everyone thinks about this issue: For many comprehensive benchmark performance tests, especially for the TPC-C database type Benchmark test, the test is actually the performance of the whole machine or the overall system, not just a single aspect of software and hardware. Performance, the test results are not suitable for direct use as a basis for hardware configuration selection, but if it is only used as a horizontal performance comparison, it is still very suitable. Borrowing a film from Oracle on OOW Shanghai in 2013

AMD Ryzen 5 3600XT CPU assessment – 4.6GHz OC!

If you want the extra distinctive examination of AMD’s Ryzen 3000XT logic, ensure you test out our authentic release review. But surely, the Ryzen five 3600XT is a Ryzen 5 3600X with greater TSMC 7nm silicon that allows it to supply better running frequencies and better improve clock residency, in step with AMD. That translates into a 100MHz boom to the out-of-the-field rated improve pace of up to four.5GHz compared to the 3600X’s as much as 4.4GHz. The bottom frequency is maintained at the identical 3.8GHz, but. Everything else is the identity between the 3600XT and 3600X. You still get the 95W TDP, the 35MB of overall cache, and the AM4 platform talents. The 3600 RPM model of the Wraith Spire CPU cooler is included as AMD says that Ryzen's five users generally tend to cost it's additionally not like many Ryzen 7 or Ryzen nine buyers. I'd argue that an upgrade to the Wraith Prism RGB cooler might have been justifiable and welcomed for the 3600XT. Even the MSRP is ke

Server CPU 2017

Hello, everyone. Recently, our IT Resource Service Department has made a summary of the server processor information we have been exposed to in the first half of 2017. IT is convenient for you to have a look at the latest server processor market status and the characteristics of each processor. Have to say this half a year's server processor market is an undercurrent surging, the major processor manufacturers will in the second half of the year have to show their own weapon. Intel's processor platform accounts for more than 80% of the global server market, but the industry has been trying to innovate and keep a low profile, including ADVANCED Micro Devices (AMD) and ARM to actively compete for the market, so The threat facing Intel is increasing day by day, will talk about the latest products for the x86 market. The glory of X86 Kings When it comes to x86 servers, It has to be said that Intel has always been the dominant player in the market. IntelXeon has been sitting

The most all-domestic server CPU chip in history has a big bottom

In August 2018, China National Procurement Center (CNCNET) confirmed the agreement suppliers of server products for 2018-2019 through open bidding. The shortlist included seven domestic CPU servers: Loongson CPU server , Feiteng CPU server, Shenwei CPU server, Huawei CPU server, Haigang CPU server, Hongxin CPU server and Megabite CPU server. These CPUs are divided into three main genres: CPU with independent intellectual property rights: Loongson, Shenwei CPU with partial intellectual property rights: Feiteng, Huawei CPU without independent intellectual property rights: Haiguang, Grand core, mega core Let's take a closer look at the Campus in each of these three genres. I. Comparison of technical parameters The technical specs for these latest CPUs are as follows, with Xeon Platinum 8180 added for Intel CPUs: Among them, the instruction set and microstructure are the two most important parameters. The instruction set is equivalent to the DESIGN program of CPU, while the

What are the common server CPUs

In fact, the server CPU, that is, the CPU on the server is a very important device of the network. It needs to be accessed by users and has a significant impact on the throughput and stability of data. So what common server CPU is there on the market? The Chinese meaning of CISC type CPU is "complex instruction set", which refers to the x86 series CPU produced by Intel and is also compatible with other manufacturers' CPUs. The CISC CPU is based on PC architecture. The structure of this CPU is usually 32-bit, so the CPU is also called IA-32 CPU. CISC CPUs currently mainly include Intel server CPUs and AMD server CPUs. The Chinese meaning of RISC CPU is "reduced instruction set". RISC CPU is developed on the basis of CISC's original instruction system. Tests on the CISC machine show that there are large differences in the frequency of use of some of the instructions. Some of the more common simple instructions only account for 20% of the total number of i

The difference between the server CPU and general CPU

There are often novices who confuse servers and ordinary computers. In fact, the difference between them is not the appearance. Let’s make a simple analogy. A PC is equivalent to an outpatient doctor who knows everything, but the doctor’s technology is not superb, and the server is a certain aspect. expert. The difference between the server CPU and general CPU Of course, we must first make a point: The CPU of a server and an ordinary PC are not universal. The instructions of the server CPU are generally RISC (reduced instruction set). According to research, in most applications, the CPU only uses a few commands, so the researchers designed the instruction set based on this situation, and used centralized command combinations to achieve various requirements. The advantage of this design is that it is more targeted, can be specifically optimized according to different needs, and has higher processing efficiency. The corresponding is CISC (Complex Instruction Set). Its characteris