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AMD Unveils New FirePro S10000 Graphics Card for Servers

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AMD Unveils New FirePro S10000 Graphics Card for Servers

AMD has pulled the wraps off a new video card aimed specifically at the server environment. The new video card has dual GPUs and is called the FirePro S10000 Server Graphics card. The video card is aimed at use within the industry's most powerful HPC computers. AMD says that the graphics card is specifically engineered and designed for high-performance and accuracy in the Genetic Sequencing, Structural Mechanics and Reservoir Simulation markets among others.

The graphics card promises performance of 5.91 Tflops of peak single-precision and 1.48 Tflops of double-precision floating-point calculations. AMD says this video card is also ideal for virtual desktop infrastructure and workstation graphic deployments.

The card also uses error correcting code memory to help insure accuracy. Connectivity options include four mini DisplayPort and a single DVI connector. The car has 6 GB of GDDR5 memory and a 384-bit memory interface. The card supports memory bandwidth of 480 GB/s. Pricing for the video card is under $3600.

 

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AMD Opteron 64-bit ARM-based 'Seattle' Dev Kits Are Shipping

Source: Forbes Real Time

It is no secret that AMD plans to release SoCs (system on a chip) featuring ARM processor cores and that AMD and ARM have been collaborating on various projects for quite some time. A few months ago, AMD even released its low-power Beema and ...
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TechSpot: AMD A10-7800 Kaveri APU Review

Source: Neowin

AMD is releasing an update to its Kaveri family and we have the the $155 A10-7800 on hand, which comes in 45W or 65W TDP modes and has a full-blown R7 GPU featuring 8 CUs ...
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ET deals: Today only! $400 for Toshiba L50D quad-core laptop with 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD

Source: Extreme Tech

For one day only, Toshiba is offering a bonus $50 coupon on one of their already low priced laptops. Thanks to that, you can now pick up a quad-core beauty loaded with big specs for just $400, a sweet savings of 33%. The Toshiba L50D-BST2NX1 features a new A4-6210 quad-core processor, which has plenty of power for typical office and web browsing needs, plus integrated AMD Radeon R3 graphics for casual gaming. Perhaps the most notable specs here is the generous 8GB RAM and 1TB ...
Source: Extreme Tech   Full article at: Extreme Tech 8 hours ago, 2:14pm CDT
 

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Step aside Steam Machines: Spark micro gaming PC unleashed!

Source: Fifth Gear

Spark is the latest gaming PC from Maingear, and despite cramming in a dedicated graphics card, it’s not a whole lot bigger than an Mac Mini. If you can’t wait for Steam Machines, could Spark be the computer for you? We take a look… We’ve seen loads of fantastic gaming solutions recently, from the Nvidia Shield gaming tablet to the splittable Xbox controller, but that doesn’t mean the conventional ...
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AMD launches A1100 64-bit Opteron developer kits

Source: TechRadar UK

Developers can now buy AMD's first developer kit based around its Seattle 64-bit ARM processor, the Opteron A1100. It will retail for $2999 (about £1,900, AU$ 3,200).The development kit comprises of a single processor with four Cortex-A57 cores with 16GB DDR3 RAM, 8 SATA connectors, standard power connectors and PCI express connectors, all crammed on a small microATX motherboardAlso included in the package are Standard Linux G ...
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AMD’s Kaveri onslaught: New A10 & A8 APUs, better pricing, lower power consumption

Source: Extreme Tech

AMD is launching a group of new SKUs for its Kaveri lineup and the new chips substantially improve on the value proposition of ...
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Analysis: Should Qualcomm buy AMD?

Source: Tech Radar

The news last week of Qualcomm's renewed interest into the buzzing ARM-based server market got me thinking: should Qualcomm, the Intel of the ARM ecosystem, buy AMD, the only other significant x86 player in the market - and an ARM licensee?AMD's fortunes have fluctuated as wildly as a seismograph over the past decade because it failed to react promptly to changes in the market and to Intel's relentless challenge in the x86 market.Since th ...
Source: Tech Radar  Full article at: Tech Radar 19 hours ago, 3:30am CDT
 

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AMD dangles 64-bit ARM code developer kit over, well ... developers

Source: The Register

Sample Seattle for $3,000 minus change AMD has been promising shipments of its 64-bit ARM-based server chips, code-named "Seattle", for the end of the year but now you can get hold of one with the firm's latest developer kit re ...
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AMD announces dev kit with 64-bit ARM-based server chips for $2,999 (Agam Shah/PC World)

Source: Techmeme

Agam Shah / PC World: AMD announces dev kit with 64-bit ARM-based server chips for $2,999  —  AMD's new 64-bit ARM board points way to x86 coexistence  —  Advanced Micro Devices is moving closer to a motherboard design that will accept both x86 and ARM chips with the shipment of its first ...
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