Trading servers are reliant on low latency and high frequency to make them optimal. Tick to trade is one of the critical factors to make high frequency servers work. Intel Alder Lake CPUs have come out recently and they are making an impression on the high frequency market, elevating themselves to a priority for some traders.
We have our own trading server, the Intel 12th generation, core i9 Vega R116i, which has Intel Alder Lake CPUs by default. You can see the specifications below:
- 8-core Intel i9-12900KS
- Up to 128GB DDR4
- Up to 2x 2.5″ SSD
- PCI-e 1x 16 or 2x 8
- Redundant 600W PSU
We’ve done extensive testing and our servers get third party reviewed to ensure we are optimal vs the market. We’ve seen that Intel Alder Lake CPUs have brought a real performance benefit in trading servers and we’re happy to work through a system design with you based on your needs.
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