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During Computex, we sat down with Intel and talked about the future high-end platforms from Intel. One such potential platform is Skulltrail 2, based upon a dual-socket 8-core Nehalem-EX.
BSN* was one of the few media invited to San Francisco for Intel's conference on their octa-core Nehalem-EX server. We bring you the low-down on the final nail in AMD's coffin - Intel's ace for the 4S and 8S high-end market.
AMD's ace for 2010 comes in the form of 12-core Multi-Chip Module codenamed Magny-Cours, a rather boring racetrack in France. But unlike the racetrack, Magny-Cours architecture is rather interesting...
On March 30th, 2009 Intel will introduce its "Gainestown" workstation platform. We test the most powerful setup: 3.2 GHz CPU, 48GB of memory, four Enterprise SSD drives in RAID0...
First two parts of our adventure with 3.2 GHz Nehalem-EP are over, now it is time to show you hard numbers. Part 3 brings the initial set of benchmarks.
Following our first preview article, we continue today with article focusing on the BIOS options, as well as the initial Vista 64 findings on this huge 48 GB machine before going into the benchmark realm in the Tuesday's Part 3.
Thanks for reading BSN*