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I work in a 50,000 sqft data center. Can confirm. No AMD.

I haven't seen AMD with a significant presence in *ANY* datacenter in quite a long time. When it comes to corporate customers and dealing with the "decision makers" vs the bean counters , INTEL is an easier sale based upon the name alone. I however do think they stand a very good chance to make some in-roads at this point however.
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I work in a 50,000 sqft data center. Can confirm. No AMD.

I know...

At the hospital that I work at, all Intel. Same with the bank that my wife works at as well. Amazing how much of a death grip they have on the server market.
 
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The Stilts review showed clock and power scaling and i think it hit a wall at 3.3-3.5 or so but if you know another I'd love to read it. Also on the mobile side just imagine a 4c/8t 480 class apu with hbm2... https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/ryzen-strictly-technical.2500572/

"As indicated by the Vmin-Fmax curve, Zeppelin's voltage scaling is perfectly linear until 3.3GHz (25mV per 100MHz). The first deviation ("Critical 1") from this linear behavior can be seen at 3.3GHz. The second and the final deviation ("Critical 2") can be seen at 3.5GHz. Beyond this point the voltage scaling is neither linear or recovers even temporarily, and the CPU is requiring higher voltage in increasingly larger steps to scale further.

The ideal frequency range for the process or the design (as a whole) appears to be 2.1 - 3.3GHz (25mV per 100MHz). Above this region (>= 3.3GHz) the voltage scaling gradually deteriorates to 40 - 100mV+ per 100MHz."

The tweet was from Bits 'n Chips, havent seen any further info.
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They only have a 28 core Xeon in Q2 vs the 32 core Zen

Both are DDR4-2400 so that should even it out a bit

Increased frequency and IPC from the new core design should make up for that last 14% ( 32 / 28 )?
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They only have a 28 core Xeon in Q2 vs the 32 core Zen

Both are DDR4-2400 so that should even it out a bit

Increased frequency and IPC from the new core design should make up for that last 14% ( 32 / 28 )?

28 core Xeon only has 4 memory channels vs 8 for Naples.
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AMD "Naples" processor includes up to 32 CPU cores versus the Xeon E5-2699A v4 processor with 22 CPU cores. AMD "Naples" processor supports up to 21.3 GB/s per channel with DDR4-2667 x 8 channels (total 170.7 GB/s), versus the Xeon E5-2699A v4 processor at 19.2 GB/s with max DDR4-2400 x 4 channels (total 76.8 GB/s). AMD "Naples" processor offers up to 64 PCI Express high speed I/O lanes per socket, versus the Xeon E5-2699A v4 processor at 40 lanes per socket. Note that the "Naples" pre-production processor used for this comparison is not yet certified as PCI Express-compliant. NAP-02, NAP-03, NAP-05





The Xeon E5-2699 v4 was launched Q1 2016 with a price of $4115
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But that's not what their graphics show.

It's shows 64 lanes coming out of each socket to the add-in cards and other devices.

The infinity fabric is shown as something altogether different.

Sure they do. One graphic shows a 1P configuration where the package has 128 lanes of PCIe coming out of it. Another graphic shows a 2P configuration where each package has 64 lanes of PCIe coming out of them with the remaining lanes presumably used for Infinity Fabric between themselves. So, like I said--each package has 128 lanes but if it's used in a 2P configuration then each package provides 64 lanes such that either way you presumably end up with 128 lanes available to devices regardless of if you're using these processors in a 1P or 2P configuration.
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You use a 1050Ti along with a i7 6950X?? Seriously?!
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You use a 1050Ti along with a i7 6950X?? Seriously?!

Often, people need CPU power and not so much GPU power. It's not difficult to understand.
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You use a 1050Ti along with a i7 6950X?? Seriously?!

I do virtualization where memory and processing power and high speed storage matter more and casual gaming at 1920x1200 ...... so yea .. "seriously" . But i will likely pick up a 1080 Ti soon so my peepee feels bigger to compete with some of the other heavy hitters lmaooooooo
Edited by OldNerd - 3/8/17 at 2:59pm
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