Originally Posted by chessmyantidrug
I'm not the one slinging around obscenities and false information. Saying you "would never use a Xeon in a gaming rig" is rather ignorant. I apologize if that seems aggressive, but it's the truth.
How is it ignorant when Xeons weren't designed
to be used primarily for gaming? Should I just call Intel's statement BS?
The processors will be used in servers, workstations, storage and networking infrastructure to power a broad set of workloads such as data analytics, high-performance computing, telecommunications and cloud-based services, as well as back-end processing for the Internet of Things.
...new world record for server energy efficiency9 based on performance per watt...
...networks with capabilities to enable better performance for virtualized servers and networks.
These manufacturers across servers, storage and networking
I hope you get the idea by now
Guess how many times "gaming" appears when using your browser's searching feature. If you're as smart as you make yourself to be, you'll be in the general ballpark of 0.