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appropriate for 4p folding?
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When questioned as to why AMD was bothering to offer a GPU enabled X-Series part at all Mr. Feldman was quick to describe a market in which the 128 GCN cores on the chip could be put to use analyzing various types of large data elements like images and video. By his own account there is a niche market for a low-power server chip with a big chunk of GPU hardware, and apparently the market is sizable enough to justify AMD’s attention.

Honestly this was my thought as well. Most servers rely on completely on the CPU and run without any sort of video output. It will be interesting to see if Kyoto finds it's niche.
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Honestly this was my thought as well. Most servers rely on completely on the CPU and run without any sort of video output. It will be interesting to see if Kyoto finds it's niche.

Niche? How about Youtube or Vimeo?

Video rendering with CPU and GPU working together and if those server chips are fully HSA/hUMA compliant then its going to a steal for what it offers.

You know that video game/simulation Second Life, If AMD would make a very very strong APU and if Linden Lab were to code game for Second Life then there would not be that much lag or problems with transfering data. APU's should be great for MMO's.

Also I think semi-custom Kyoto will be used for calculations for Xbox One Cloud servers because of compatibility with the console. Possible.
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appropriate for 4p folding?

 

They'd fold, but not nearly as well the current 6100/6200/6300 Opterons do.

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Niche? How about Youtube or Vimeo?

Video rendering with CPU and GPU working together and if those server chips are fully HSA/hUMA compliant then its going to a steal for what it offers.

You know that video game/simulation Second Life, If AMD would make a very very strong APU and if Linden Lab were to code game for Second Life then there would not be that much lag or problems with transfering data. APU's should be great for MMO's.

Also I think semi-custom Kyoto will be used for calculations for Xbox One Cloud servers because of compatibility with the console. Possible.

I wasn't aware Youtube or Vimeo were using GPU assisted rendering on their servers. I'm not saying I don't see potential for these chips, I'm just not aware of any current application for them. It just that either traditionally your GPU renderfarms combined highend CPU's + GPU's for rendering or clusters of weaker CPU's have been used to support I/O heavy applications like webservers, databases, ect. Kyoto is very middleground on both CPU and GPU performance.
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AMD Opteron X1150 & X2150 "Kyoto": Kabini Heads to Servers
http://www.anandtech.com/show/6992/amd-opteron-x1150-x2150-kyoto-kabini-heads-to-servers
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AMD boasts better CPU performance (single and multithreaded) than Intel's current 32nm Centerton Atom server platform, which is quite believable given what we've seen from Kabini vs. Atom.

The Kyoto parts are BGA-only, but come with extremely attractive pricing. The X2150 carries a $99 MSRP, while the X1150 is priced at $69. TDPs range between 9 - 17W (depending on CPU clock) on the X1150 with a 2GHz max CPU clock and 11 - 22W on the X2150 with a slightly lower 1.9GHz max CPU clock.

BGA Package · 24.5mm x 24.5mm FT3
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According to AMD, the Opteron X2150 is the "first server APU system-on-a-chip integrating CPU and GPU engines with a high-speed bus on a single die." The X1150, meanwhile, is a lower-power model without integrated graphics that's "optimized for general scale-out workloads." (The X1150 is presumably based on the same silicon as its big brother, but with the IGP disabled.)

AMD is aiming these chips at "scale-out server architectures," and it claims they're the "most power-efficient small core x86 processors ever built." The company isn't making that claim lightly: the official press release includes a table that directly compares the newcomers to Intel's Atom S1260 server processor.
http://techreport.com/news/24872/jaguar-heads-to-servers-aboard-amd-opteron-x-series


(X2150 APU only) 128 AMD Radeon HD 8000 cores (GCN) Graphics Core Next Architecture
  • Video encode/decode offload
  • Video compression offload




AMD Opteron X-Series versus Intel Atom S1260

Edited by Heuchler - 5/29/13 at 11:29am
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I wasn't aware Youtube or Vimeo were using GPU assisted rendering on their servers. I'm not saying I don't see potential for these chips, I'm just not aware of any current application for them. It just that either traditionally your GPU renderfarms combined highend CPU's + GPU's for rendering or clusters of weaker CPU's have been used to support I/O heavy applications like webservers, databases, ect. Kyoto is very middleground on both CPU and GPU performance.

I think Youtube/Vimeo are using those expensive Xeon Phi's(semi GPU) or something else... I am not totally sure but when you look at how much videos are uploaded and rendered, there must be some aditional accelerator.
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