[gmx-developers] Opteron and Opteron-DC benchmarks

David van der Spoel spoel at xray.bmc.uu.se
Mon Oct 16 16:10:33 CEST 2006

Kazem Jahanbakhsh wrote:
> 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 
Opteron-Dual Core

> 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?
No sorry, no time.

> regards,
> Jahanbakhsh
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