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ICC Leveraging Breakthrough Performance of 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ Processors with AMD 3D V-Cache™ Technology for Technical Computing Workloads

3/21/2022byOrla Power
 International Computer Concepts (ICC), a leading systems integrator of enterprise-level computing solutions announces availability of high-performance systems featuring new 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ processors with AMD 3D V-Cache™ technology, optimized for engineering workloads including Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) and Electronic Design Automation (EDA).
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Engineering customers are set to gain ‘Huge Benefits’ from 3rd Generation AMD EPYC CPUs

2/15/2022byOrla Power
In a recent CRN article, AMD CEO Lisa Su explains how the chipmaker is building ‘workload-optimized’ products like the new 3rd generation EPYC CPUs, optimized for technical computing.
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Intel Raptor Lake rumored release date

2/3/2021byOrla Power

Intel is expected to share some information at Innovation 2022 at the end of September about its upcoming Raptor Lake line of processors. 


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In High Frequency Servers, Latency Prevails

2/3/2021byMarina Bashneva

Low latency in High Frequency Servers for HFT (High Frequency Trading) is one of the vital elements to success. Among many factors that effect latency, hardware and network are the key elements to successfully achieving the lowest latency possible. High frequency trading works at an extremely high trading rate and as a result, time and speed are extremely important. Algorithms profitability are often extremely reliant on a particular set of data points being gathered and ordered in a low latency fashion.

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Power Hungry CPUs and “Phantom” Throttling Featuring the 10980XE

7/14/2020byBetim Begolli
Today, I would like to talk about power-hungry CPUs and “phantom” throttling, featuring 10980XE. Intel’s 10980XE can require more than 500+W to reliably run at overclock speeds surpassing ~4.7GHz. In our testing we found an issue that was more difficult to spot with the 7980 or 9980. At that time we could hit what we saw as the maximum safe daily overclock on the 7980XE with our cooling solution, so we didn’t experience issues with power delivery to the CPUs to obtain the 4.4-4.7GHz they were running at.
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ICC Leveraging Breakthrough Performance of 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ Processors with AMD 3D V-Cache™ Technology for Technical Computing Workloads

3/21/2022byOrla Power
 International Computer Concepts (ICC), a leading systems integrator of enterprise-level computing solutions announces availability of high-performance systems featuring new 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ processors with AMD 3D V-Cache™ technology, optimized for engineering workloads including Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) and Electronic Design Automation (EDA).
Read more

Engineering customers are set to gain ‘Huge Benefits’ from 3rd Generation AMD EPYC CPUs

2/15/2022byOrla Power
In a recent CRN article, AMD CEO Lisa Su explains how the chipmaker is building ‘workload-optimized’ products like the new 3rd generation EPYC CPUs, optimized for technical computing.
Read more

Intel Raptor Lake rumored release date

2/3/2021byOrla Power

Intel is expected to share some information at Innovation 2022 at the end of September about its upcoming Raptor Lake line of processors. 


Read more

In High Frequency Servers, Latency Prevails

2/3/2021byMarina Bashneva

Low latency in High Frequency Servers for HFT (High Frequency Trading) is one of the vital elements to success. Among many factors that effect latency, hardware and network are the key elements to successfully achieving the lowest latency possible. High frequency trading works at an extremely high trading rate and as a result, time and speed are extremely important. Algorithms profitability are often extremely reliant on a particular set of data points being gathered and ordered in a low latency fashion.

Read more

Power Hungry CPUs and “Phantom” Throttling Featuring the 10980XE

7/14/2020byBetim Begolli
Today, I would like to talk about power-hungry CPUs and “phantom” throttling, featuring 10980XE. Intel’s 10980XE can require more than 500+W to reliably run at overclock speeds surpassing ~4.7GHz. In our testing we found an issue that was more difficult to spot with the 7980 or 9980. At that time we could hit what we saw as the maximum safe daily overclock on the 7980XE with our cooling solution, so we didn’t experience issues with power delivery to the CPUs to obtain the 4.4-4.7GHz they were running at.
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