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8core Opteron 3280 SE (AM3+) with a TDP of 65 Watt observed on sale

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http://www.overclockers.ru/hardnews/46151/Processor_AMD_Opteron_3280_SE_AM3_s_TDP_65_vatt_zamechen_v_prodazhe.html
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The authors of the Japan information resource of Akiba PC Hotline reported on the curious find in assortment of one of shops of computer equipment. For 27480 yen (9900 dollars) in-store PC DIY SHOP you can buy FreeT Opteron 3280 SE, which is, in fact, analogue solutions under the brand name FX based on Bulldozer architecture, but with lower power consumption.

According to the description, processor Opteron 3280 SE performance Socket AM3 + has four dual-core 2.4 Ghz module with 8 Mb cache, L3, 1 Mb L2 cache per core, the TDP chips is set to 65 Watts. For rated current desktop processors with Bulldozer architecture TDP value is set to 125 Watts (by the way, and the frequency of these decisions marked above).

Motherboard ASRock 890GX Extreme 4 with firmware BIOS R 2.0 to date remains the only known solution that can correctly identify the processor. Also, be aware that, in the case of advent Opteron 3280 SE sales outside the country of the rising sun, the cost will be more humane to due to pricing in the Japanese market.

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post #2 of 21
hmmmm, need to get someone on that, product has not launched yet.

And there is no such thing as a 3200 SE series.
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id buy it if there were benches to go along with it! it would be awesome to have a desktop opteron again!
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For 27480 yen (9900 dollars)

is actually $319 Australian dollars and maybe $330 USD if the mean the price of the chip, would love to try one out biggrin.gif
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Many months ago I created several threads on several forums when I first got wind of the Opteron 3200 series and Mr JF-AMD has disproved just about everything posted on the lil buggers. Bless his heart for not lettin rumors spread like wild fire! Haha anyways, To let people know.... There IS an Opteron that is to be sold for desktop but it it not necessarily a desktop cpu but a server cpu low power and aimed at small infrastructures. JF said he is currently using this low power server opteron bbbbbut was unable to confirm anything else. CPU world has listed 3200 series for sometime now but it isn't going to happen, at least how they have its specs listed.
    
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Many months ago I created several threads on several forums when I first got wind of the Opteron 3200 series and Mr JF-AMD has disproved just about everything posted on the lil buggers. Bless his heart for not lettin rumors spread like wild fire! Haha anyways, To let people know.... There IS an Opteron that is to be sold for desktop but it it not necessarily a desktop cpu but a server cpu low power and aimed at small infrastructures. JF said he is currently using this low power server opteron bbbbbut was unable to confirm anything else. CPU world has listed 3200 series for sometime now but it isn't going to happen, at least how they have its specs listed.


No, this is not a desktop CPU, it is a server CPU. Totally locked, not overclockable. This is targeted at the server market, specifically for the hosting and web world, it is not being sold as a desktop. I am guessing that those that buy it as a desktop CPU will be underwhelmed, it is targeted at multithreaded apps, not single threads.
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Just these "Zurich" series to operate as Opteron 3200 - this is clear for months. There are specially selected "bulldozer" models of desktops to use, which will be trimmed to server preferences. First and foremost, this means the models that AMD has massively reduced the TDP, come-based FX processors in the traditional desktop operating at the "bulldozer" for the most part 125-watt CPUs used. Of the features produced, there are no differences, also compatible with socket AM3 + is granted, which is why the new Opteron operate should engage with a corresponding BIOS update also on conventional desktop motherboards.

Covered AMD so far but always with the start date, was learned from the deadline postponements of last year and that first half of scheduled 2012generous for the newbies.

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At least two variants with a TDP of 45 Watts are to follow. The once again lower TDP is bought this but first and foremost by the switch-off of two modules, so that the models can edit Opteron 3250 EE and 3260 EE only four instead of eight threads. There are some more time with 2.5 and 2.7 GHz. When the models are all officially presented, is not yet known.
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65W, not bad.

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Just these "Zurich" series to operate as Opteron 3200 - this is clear for months. There are specially selected "bulldozer" models of desktops to use, which will be trimmed to server preferences. First and foremost, this means the models that AMD has massively reduced the TDP, come-based FX processors in the traditional desktop operating at the "bulldozer" for the most part 125-watt CPUs used. Of the features produced, there are no differences, also compatible with socket AM3 + is granted, which is why the new Opteron operate should engage with a corresponding BIOS update also on conventional desktop motherboards.
Covered AMD so far but always with the start date, was learned from the deadline postponements of last year and that first half of scheduled 2012generous for the newbies.
...
At least two variants with a TDP of 45 Watts are to follow. The once again lower TDP is bought this but first and foremost by the switch-off of two modules, so that the models can edit Opteron 3250 EE and 3260 EE only four instead of eight threads. There are some more time with 2.5 and 2.7 GHz. When the models are all officially presented, is not yet known.
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Wow, a lot got lost in translation. Ich spreche kleine Deutsch aber nicht alle ist richtig. This isn't a "specially selected desktop part", it is the same die in the 4200, only designed for an AM3+ socket in 1P servers. Not desktops.
post #10 of 21
OK outta bump this. Anyone Know the OC potential of these? Im guessing it will fold better than the 8X series?

And don't bother saying they are not Overclock-able JF.

Actually JF what you can tell me is When These be updated with the PD cores. And is this correct?


http://forum.beyond3d.com/showpost.php?p=1610388&postcount=166Source
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Here are the differences (so far) on the CPU side -- BD vs. Piledriver cores:
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