OMG! That's beautiful
OMG! That's beautiful
Cheers for sharing this. Any chance of some benchmarks?
When will these be available to use mere mortals.
that is a thing of beauty, but it makes me wonder how it will stack up against the 6 core intels... amd has yet to show any signs of improving clock efficiency..
Quick run yesterday....
I'm pretty sure that the cpu's were throttled when WPrime took the system info. Regardless, it's not a bad result even @ 1.7Ghz and memory @ 670mhz CL9.
Cinebench score is screwed up. It's only able to utilize 16 cores at a time.
woah, i think its the first bench of this baby yet. Thats nice keep it going
Where's the overclocking in this?
Mr. s7e9h3n, long time no see man how you been? I'm rolling out the red carpet for you after this one. Thanks for sharing with us.
If you are too busy with work to bench you can send it to me. I'll keep with the nda and I have plenty of collateral
Maybe its time to buy a couple shares in the company if this is what I think its going to be. Thanks again for unveiling the future.
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LinX/Linpack results plz?
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3DMark Vantage CPU score?
Maybe a 7-zip bench?
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How MANGY cores?!?!? lol
wow lovin it
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I certainly hope the speeds aren't indicative of final silicon clockspeeds 0_o 1.7Ghz @ 12 Cores is the same as 2.55Ghz @ 8 Cores.
However, I wanna see 24 Work Units running in Boinc !! Make it happen Stephen !! PLEASE !!!
For the love of Bob, please play with that new chipset for me. I've got two Istanbuls that I can't overclock very far on the ancient nVidia MCP55 chipset due to HT reference limitations. I'd like to see if that can be pushed on the new platform beyond like 230MHz.
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My next system
Wow, I love it! Thanks for sharing this goodness with us!
seem like wprime was using 8 cores maybe you can try setting it manually next time.
unless your time is up.
It seems some form of "Cool and Quiet" is enabled on the board or procs by default - there is no way to shut it off. The cpu's take quite awhile to ramp up to full speed and they apparently ramp down way before the bench is over. The board/cpu's are buggy but at least they're working I'm seeing if I can get a bios update today.
BTW, there is no easy way to overclock this setup. The BIOS is locked down - no real options (besides debugging) to speak of. In fact, there aren't even any options to tweak the memory. The only way I can really think of to possibly push these procs is to edit the cpu registers. For this, I'd probably need Kyosen's input....Kyonsen-San....where are you?