AMD has offered up its latest CPUs for the server market called the Opteron 6000 series. The processor line includes 8-core and 12-core parts and is designed for high volume 2P and 4P markets. The processors are able to perform at twice the level of previous generation AMD 6-core processors.
AMD claims 88% higher integer performance and 119% higher performance with real world data center loads. The CPUs have 33% more memory channels per processor than other 2P solutions and have a 50% higher DIMM capacity compared to previous generation chips.
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Major OEMs like HP, Dell, Acer, Cray, and SGI will all be offering server platforms using the new Opteron 6000 series processors. The CPUs also have a wide range of power management features and features to make them more consistent and scalable.