Third-generation AMD OpteronTM processors are designed to optimize multi-threaded application performance, and include multiple architectural enhancements over second-generation AMD Opteron processors. To help organizations understand the performance increases possible when upgrading to third-generation processors, Dell engineers performed benchmark tests against a variety of high-performance computing (HPC) workloads.
By Jacob Liberman, Mausmi Kotecha, and Vishvesh Sahasrabudhe
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