When it comes to High Frequency Servers, there are a few key elements needed to ensure successful performance. Tick to trade latency is imperative. This is the key to a highly performing High Frequency Server. We’ve put together a system focused on low latency, which is the key element to success in a high frequency server.
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 Core Vega R116i, which has Intel Alder Lake 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 had these systems in production for some time now and we’ve also had our equipment third party reviewed. Talk to us today about a highly performing high frequency server for your needs by using the form below, and one of our expert team will be in touch.
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