Friday, May 04, 2007

Intel double die solutions cause servers to crash

Intel multi-core is definitively not enterprise worthy, imagine a random circuit problem during a mission critical operation. The following servers are affected:

HP Proliant DL369 G5
HP Proliant DL380 G5
Dell PowerEdge 1950
Dell PowerEdge 2950

HP and DELL may be sued for product liability. Is Intel going to pay for the defenses?

15 Comments:

Blogger PENIX said...

I bet you Intel will pay Sony to take the blame again.

9:15 AM, May 04, 2007  
Blogger Heat said...

Brilliant deduction as always penix.... Sony is a charitable company willing to pay millions to save another company!!!

AMD the "SMARTER" choice indeed!!

10:59 AM, May 04, 2007  
Blogger The Dude said...

Whoops.

11:40 AM, May 04, 2007  
Blogger KingRichard said...

Oh Comeon...
Where are all the Intel Fanbois defending the fantastic architecture of Intel now?

This is funny though:
Neal Nelson Benchmarking Laboratory Test Results

AMD Opteron Processor Faster than Xeon in SQL Database Test

http://www.worlds-fastest.com/wfz995.html

1:15 PM, May 04, 2007  
Blogger Heat said...

You king richard have already been made to look a fool in the other thread in this blog with that link. Please check there and take your ownage like a man!

AMD the "smarter" choice for the IGNORANT!!

3:31 PM, May 04, 2007  
Blogger KingRichard said...

It all comes down to a common denominator...
GHz...

6:49 PM, May 04, 2007  
Blogger PENIX said...

Heat said...
Sony is a charitable company willing to pay millions to save another company!!!


You misunderstand completely.

Intel is more of a propaganda machine than a technology company. Their second rate hardware has always been behind the competition, but their superior marketing has successfully fooled the weak minded masses into believing they are on top. Intel's biggest, and only real asset is their perceived reputation. If they lose that, they lose everything.

Sony is a troubled company. They have lost significant market share in all sectors, and are seeing dismal results from their last hope, the PS3. Sony pushes retail products. They are not concerned with the face value of the OEM hardware.

Sony needs cash, and Intel needs some to take the blame. Sony has not lost a dime in the whole exploding laptop fiasco. Intel paid Sony to say the problem was their batteries, and paid for the entire recall.

I will admit, this is a genius move on Intel's part, and it saved the company.

7:21 PM, May 04, 2007  
Blogger Kevin said...

"Intel paid Sony to say the problem was their batteries, and paid for the entire recall."

There's proof of this?

8:55 PM, May 04, 2007  
Blogger lex said...

Is there proof?

Of course there is proof. The same proof that the Doctor has a real PhD.

LOL

10:24 PM, May 04, 2007  
Blogger Tim said...

Penix - I bet you believe that the moon landing never took place and any other number of conspiracy theories that are out there. If, after all the proof that this was faulty batterys, you believe the dribble Sharidouche and yourself spew, you really are a sad, troubled, induhvidual. There are people out there that can help you, both of you, I advise you to seek them out.

10:32 PM, May 04, 2007  
Blogger Heat said...

Wow you have opened up my eyes i understand everything now penix.

Just to add to your theory I also think UFOs visited intel and gave them their technology thats why you see men with space suits and blue people in their commercial....

Also intel paid off bigfoot to stay in hiding so people can use Intel based processors to search for them.....

Not to mention intel paid the aliens to make those crop circles at nite all over the world so that people buy more intel.

Come to think about it i think Intel also had a link to 9/11 this way they can use the metal for their fabs......

Damn you have opened up totally new thoughts in my mind that i never imagined thanks to your explanation i can finally live in peace.

12:00 AM, May 05, 2007  
Blogger symbiansn said...

Core 2 does have an issue with power spikes indeed. Chemical products inside components such as capacitors and batteries are suscetible to damage because of these abrupt variations due to Core 2's power usage.

12:08 PM, May 05, 2007  
Blogger NT78stonewobble said...

"Core 2 does have an issue with power spikes indeed. Chemical products inside components such as capacitors and batteries are suscetible to damage because of these abrupt variations due to Core 2's power usage. "

Thank you for stating that this is a third party issue and not intels.

Or you will perhaps also claim that it was my athlon xp that killed my motherboard through its capacitators?

So I should sue AMD?

1:31 PM, May 07, 2007  
Blogger symbiansn said...

If the aforementioned occurence goes out of proportion, and your mobo retailer refuses to cover the damage, AMD should take its tool on the incident.

7:53 PM, May 09, 2007  
Blogger NT78stonewobble said...

Actually it was the motherboard manufacturer who had purchased bad capacitators.

There was alot of those around.

But yes offcourse it's amd / intels fault.

Not the motherboard manufacturer (who did fix my mobo) and certainly not the producer of the capacitators...

3:38 AM, May 10, 2007  

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