AMD's 2012 rampage continues. Having outed a overall stack of Radeon HD 7000-series graphics cards on the consumer side of things, it's now alert release the next in its line of Opteron undertaking server chips. Like the 4200 and 6200 series before it, the Opteron 3200 is based on the Bulldozer architecture. It comes in four or eight-core configurations, with 45W to 65W power consumption, plus a 2.7GHz base frequency that gets a 1GHz adrenalin kick in Turbo Core mode (which ...
Posted on March 20, 2012 | Tags: AM3+
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AMD announced its share of the TOP500 supercomputer list has grown 15 percent in the past six months. The company credits industry trends, upgrade paths, and competitive pricing for the increase. Of the 68 Opteron-based systems on the list, more than half of them use the Opteron 6100 series processors. We covered the launch of Magny-Cours more than a year ago; ...
Late last year, LucidLogix introduced us to Virtu, the GPU virtualization software that makes disparate GPUs play nice on Sandy Bridge PCs, and now its extending the love to AMD Bulldozer and Brazos machines. The latest version of the software, dubbed Virtu Universal, also extends GPU virtualization to all-in-ones and notebooks (on both AMD and Intel), enabling simple switching between discrete graphics and the integrated ilk. What's more, the program ushers in the debut of Virtual Vsync, which claims to bring ...
Posted on June 02, 2011 | Tags: AMD
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Cray, a leading builder of supercomputers, this week announced the launch of the company's new production hybrid supercomputing system - the Cray XK6 supercomputer. The highly anticipated new supercomputer will combine Cray's Gemini interconnect, AMD Opteron 6200-series processors (code-named "Interlagos") and Nvidia Tesla 20-series compute cards.
"We built the world's first production petaflops system with the Cray XT5 supercomputer, reinvented high performance ...