Dell to start selling AMD Opteron Servers
j at firebright.com
Thu May 18 18:32:05 CDT 2006
I'm so amused!
I just detailed my experiences here on this very issue:
And Jason Hoffman laid this out:
Neither of us (we're not related) could buy from Sun, and I found HP and
IBM's pricing to be absolutely insane.
I'm stoked beyond belief about this. If Dell doesn't start delivering these
servers, I'm going to be profoundly dissapointed - the market wants
On 5/18/06, David Hubbard <dhubbard at dino.hostasaurus.com> wrote:
> From: Eberhard Moenkeberg
> > On Thu, 18 May 2006, Adam Williams wrote:
> > > http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/060518/20060518005798.html?.v=1
> > Wait - it is a statement from AMD, and it states "Dell
> > intends...", not more currently.
> > So maybe we should fire 'em (Dell): DOIT, DOIT, DOIT!
> True, for all we know Dell could have put that in their
> quarterly report just to press Intel for some lower pricing. :-(
> > I prefer Newisys 4300-E currently against PE6850.
> > It has 4 "true" Dualcore CPUs and a 50% better memory
> > throughput, and it needs less power (produces less heat).
> > Oh boy, I really am dreaming of a Dell machine like that!
> Yep, I'm saving nearly an amp of 110v and gaining 35%
> in performance with dual 2.8 GHz single-core Opterons
> vs dual 3.8 GHz Xeon's. A 6850 with four 2.6 GHz dual-core
> Opterons would be absolutely kick ass.
> Eberhard, have you run any testing on the scalability
> of the dual-core Opteron versus two single cores? I'm
> curious to see what others are seeing percentage-wise
> for how much the second core really gives you versus two
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