[gmx-developers] Opteron and Opteron-DC benchmarks

Kazem Jahanbakhsh k_jahanbakhsh at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 16 16:06:01 CEST 2006

Hi everybody,
  David van der Spoel wrote:
  >Sorry for the confusion. N is the number of cores, so N is 1 for an  old opteron, if >N is 4 it means 2 dual-core chips. One new core is  faster than one old opteron.
  I didn't find any responce to my question "what does Opteron-DC stand for?" in David's mail. Please tell me what is the difference between the "Opteron" processor types with N=2 or N=4 and "Opteron-DC"  processor types with similar number of cores (N=2 or 4) which you have  brought in your single processor benchmarks. Can you tell me some  examples from the real AMD chipset models which match your benchmarked  processors and exist in the market for Opteron and Opteron-DC series?
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