Sandy Bridge EP launches

Article: Sandy Bridge-EP Launches
By: David Kanter (, March 6, 2012 9:54 am
Room: Moderated Discussions
Sandy Bridge-EP is the first major overhaul for Intel servers since 2009, and nearly ever aspect has been enhanced. The processor pairs 8 cores with a large last level cache, DDR3 memory controller, QPI 1.1, integrated PCI-E and power management. This article provides an overview of the major features, including new I/O optimization and power capping techniques and discusses the expected impact.


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Sandy Bridge EP launchesDavid Kanter2012/03/06 09:54 AM
  Sandy Bridge EP launchesoctoploid2012/03/06 12:10 PM
    Sandy Bridge EP launchesEric2012/03/06 08:28 PM
      Sandy Bridge EP launchesa person2012/03/07 11:25 AM
        Sandy Bridge EP launchesanonymous2012/03/07 12:30 PM
    but there is competition, and an emerging markethobold2012/03/07 02:15 AM
      but there is competition, and an emerging marketmpx2012/03/08 01:21 AM
        but there is competition, and an emerging marketAaron Spink2012/03/10 03:01 PM
          Then what is your vision? NTRohit2012/03/10 05:52 PM
    Sandy Bridge EP launchesMr. Camel2012/03/10 05:58 AM
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      Sandy Bridge EP launchesGabriele Svelto2012/03/10 02:06 PM
  Sandy Bridge L1D Cache BanksBill Henkel2012/03/23 03:51 PM
    Banks probably by bit select?Paul A. Clayton2012/03/23 05:39 PM
      Banks probably by bit select?anonymous2012/03/23 10:54 PM
        L1 more latency sensitive than LLC/memPaul A. Clayton2012/03/24 05:14 AM
          L1 more latency sensitive than LLC/memRicardo B2012/03/24 04:05 PM
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