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Intel releases 16 core CPU for $449 USD

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Wut? Mobile rendering laptop?


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actually ATOM cores have lower IPCs than intel standard iseries cores. Theres a whole lot of differences here but ill list a few.

1) simpler (more like ARM rather than x86, simpler decoder less in CPU units)

2) less math (while even logics area slower the math performance is also slower too, a lot slower as this is one thing that takes a lot of power and heat)

3) less in busses and features (CPU has less features, slower busses, chipset too)

 

So for those looking to use it for some serious stuff its going to be a let down.

Some uses for atom based servers

- webserver

- monitoring server

- storage server

- media server that doesnt do live transcode or uses hardware based transcode

 

Some uses that arent suited

- render farm (not even GPGPU)

- plex (if you plan on live transcodes)

- game servers

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On 22/08/2017 at 12:43 PM, lilbman said:

So, if it is a 32W CPU, does that mean that we could theoretically put it in a laptop and have a portable server?

and then we can build a compact, good looking server that us people who don't have a server room can put in our livingroom.

 


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Unless intel decided to upgrade the IMC and memory supported by this chip more than they added cores relative to a conventional Atom it is going to bandwidth starved like crazy. Most Intel Atoms with only one memory channel can only achieve a scaling  of ~2.3 in geekbench (I know it is a bad benchmark) even with 4 non power limited cores, running 1 instance of HCLmemtest in the background can half the score.

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Mmmmm, 16 cores and low watts.  I kind of want one to see if I can rock it 24/7 for some BOINC.  :D  Especially do some comparisons to my E5-2670-V3 at BOINC tasks.

 

Wait a minute, does that Gigabyte have fiber port spots if I am seeing right!?   Looks down, o my, it does have two SFPs!


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3 hours ago, Ithanul said:

Mmmmm, 16 cores and low watts.  I kind of want one to see if I can rock it 24/7 for some BOINC.  :D  Especially do some comparisons to my E5-2670-V3 at BOINC tasks.

 

Wait a minute, does that Gigabyte have fiber port spots if I am seeing right!?   Looks down, o my, it does have two SFPs!

I'd go with the $600 16-core EPYC and the $600 Gigabyte board then call it a day. Not as power friendly for sure doe.


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2 hours ago, dexT said:

I'd go with the $600 16-core EPYC and the $600 Gigabyte board then call it a day. Not as power friendly for sure doe.

Nah, I already got a Xeon for that stuff (only paid 150 for the chip and 150 for the board).  :D   Got to love 2nd hand buying.

 

I just want to fiddle with one of these Atoms for a low power BOINC setup.  The more cores and threads I can have up for the next Pentathlon, the better.


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My CPU Army: 4690K Delid, E5-2670V3, 1900X, 1950X, 5960X J Batch

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