Sunday, September 09, 2007

AMD crushes Intel when using industry standard compiler

GCC is the world's most widely used compiler. GCC is available for virtually all platforms.

With GCC, Intel is simply fragged to pieces.

Some more benchmarks: 2.5GHZ AMD is 40% faster than 3GHZ Intel. It is K8 over Netbust all over again, or even more so. See this performance benchmark of two equally clocked CPUs.

AMD sold 15,000 Barcelona CPUs to one customer already. FAB36 is cranking.

Patty feels dumb and Ratty is mad at his engineers.

162 Comments:

Blogger 13ringinheat said...

Before we start this topic off we must recognize a fellow poster who has transcended all to achieve this great honor......

DUMBEST POST OF ALL TIME

Congratulations to Pezal!


Here is that award winning post....
-------------------------
pezal said...

Tick tock tick tock...AMD CLOCKED

Time (Sec) in bold

IBM/IBM System X3455/Not applicable
AMD Barcelona 1.9 GHz 1 x 2 x 4 = 8
49808
3 Vehicle Collision

Intel/Mellanox Technolgies, Inc./Scali, Inc. Clovertown Blades/Infiniband DDR, OFED 1.2
Intel Xeon Clovertown 2.66GHz 1 x 2 x 4 = 8
32578
3 Vehicle Collision

Ekekeke.. Intel is finished.. BK by Q2'08 for sure..

----------------

Wow just amazing research and dedication there.....

And here are some of the replies when others learned of this brilliance......

from chuckla

Pezal: You do realize you just called the AMD system slower right? That score is a TIME IN SECONDS (here's a hint: fewer seconds == faster time).
From your own post before you delete it to avoid embarrassment:
K10: 49808 (seconds)
Intel: 32578 (seconds)

I know you are also the drooling retard who could not even comprehend that a 2.4Ghz K10 will not actually be 485% faster than a 1.6Ghz K10, but please this is embarrassing.

from intel fanboi

PEZAL, the scores are in SECONDS. You are a LIAR and an IDIOT. Congrats on the DUMBEST fanboi post OF ALL TIME!

We thank you Pezal for your contribution to this blog lets please give ours props to Pezal who recently beat out all others for the dumbest post of all time

10:39 PM, September 09, 2007  
Blogger anti-Intel guy said...

What's so hard to understand?

BENCHMARK DETAILS

Computer System: System X3455
Vendor: IBM
CPU Inerconnects: Not applicable
MPI Library: MPICH 1.2.7 SP1
Processor: AMD Barcelona 1.9 GHz
Number of nodes: 1
Processors/Nodes: 2
Cores Per Processor: 4
#Nodes x #Processors per Node #Cores Per Processor = 8 (Total CPU)
Operating System: SLES 10 SP 1
Code Version: LS-DYNA
Code Version Number: ls971.7600.1116
Benchmark problem: 3 Vehicle Collision
Wall clock time: 31526
RAM per CPU: 2
RAM Bus Speed: 667
Benchmark Run in Single or Double Precision: Single
Benchmark Run SMP or MPP: MPP
System Dedicated/Shared: Dedicated
Location: Dallas
Submitted by: Hari Reddy
Submitter Organization: IBM

BENCHMARK DETAILS

Computer System: Clovertown Blades
Vendor: Intel
CPU Inerconnects: Infiniband DDR, OFED 1.2
MPI Library: MPI Connect 5.4
Processor: Intel Xeon Clovertown 2.66GHz
Number of nodes: 1
Processors/Nodes: 2
Cores Per Processor: 4
#Nodes x #Processors per Node #Cores Per Processor = 8 (Total CPU)
Operating System: RHEL4
Code Version: LS-DYNA
Code Version Number: 971.7600.398
Benchmark problem: 3 Vehicle Collision
Wall clock time: 32578
RAM per CPU: Information Not Provided
RAM Bus Speed: Information Not Provided
Benchmark Run in Single or Double Precision: Single
Benchmark Run SMP or MPP: MPP
System Dedicated/Shared: Dedicated
Location: Oslo, Norway
Submitted by: Hakon Bugge
Submitter Organization: Mellanox Technolgies, Inc./Scali, Inc.

Crystal clear benchmark ;)

10:49 PM, September 09, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

^^^^^^

There you go!!! Thank you anti intel guy!!!

Further proof that all AMD fanbois have reading comprehension issues and are total retards.

Take a bow Anti Intel guy and thank you for supporting that statistic....

10:52 PM, September 09, 2007  
Blogger GutterRat said...

Congratulations Pezal!! You've been recognized as the DUMBEST POST OF ALL TIME

Hey Sharidouche,

I guess good old Randy Allen didn't meet expectations. Look at what Tom Krazit from CNet has to say:

But AMD will not deliver--at least not yet--on promises made by Randy Allen, corporate vice president of AMD's server and workstation division, in January. "We expect across a wide variety of workloads for Barcelona to outperform Clovertown by 40 percent," Allen said. In May, Allen told reporters that Barcelona "will be the highest-performing x86 chip out there. It will blow away Clovertown."

Link

AMD is completey fragged. What a loser.

10:52 PM, September 09, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

anti-Intel guy said...

What's so hard to understand?

BENCHMARK DETAILS

Computer System: System X3455
Vendor: IBM
CPU Inerconnects: Not applicable
MPI Library: MPICH 1.2.7 SP1
Processor: AMD Barcelona 1.9 GHz
Number of nodes: 1
Processors/Nodes: 2
Cores Per Processor: 4
#Nodes x #Processors per Node #Cores Per Processor = 8 (Total CPU)
Operating System: SLES 10 SP 1
Code Version: LS-DYNA
Code Version Number: ls971.7600.1116
Benchmark problem: 3 Vehicle Collision
Wall clock time: 31526
RAM per CPU: 2
RAM Bus Speed: 667
Benchmark Run in Single or Double Precision: Single
Benchmark Run SMP or MPP: MPP
System Dedicated/Shared: Dedicated
Location: Dallas
Submitted by: Hari Reddy
Submitter Organization: IBM

BENCHMARK DETAILS

Computer System: Clovertown Blades
Vendor: Intel
CPU Inerconnects: Infiniband DDR, OFED 1.2
MPI Library: MPI Connect 5.4
Processor: Intel Xeon Clovertown 2.66GHz
Number of nodes: 1
Processors/Nodes: 2
Cores Per Processor: 4
#Nodes x #Processors per Node #Cores Per Processor = 8 (Total CPU)
Operating System: RHEL4
Code Version: LS-DYNA
Code Version Number: 971.7600.398
Benchmark problem: 3 Vehicle Collision
Wall clock time: 32578
RAM per CPU: Information Not Provided
RAM Bus Speed: Information Not Provided
Benchmark Run in Single or Double Precision: Single
Benchmark Run SMP or MPP: MPP
System Dedicated/Shared: Dedicated
Location: Oslo, Norway
Submitted by: Hakon Bugge
Submitter Organization: Mellanox Technolgies, Inc./Scali, Inc.

Crystal clear benchmark ;)

As a courtesy i copied your post just in case you realize your "brilliance" and try to erase the evidence. I dont want anyone else to take the credit.

Once again thank you between you, sharikou, pezal i am well entertained.....:)

10:55 PM, September 09, 2007  
Blogger anti-Intel guy said...

The score is in seconds if you have eyes on your head stupid fuck. You're the biggest idiot on Earth ever . What is so HARD to understand idiotic stupid shit about K10@1.9 vs Xeon@2.66 ? Intel is fucked.

11:03 PM, September 09, 2007  
Blogger anti-Intel guy said...

Here's another benchmark for you to chew you retard piece of shit:

http://www.anandtech.com/IT/showdoc.aspx?i=3091

13ringinheat = 13ringsofstupidity

11:09 PM, September 09, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

hahahhahha looks like we have a contender for Pezal's spot. Anti Intel guy is well on his way to take this coveted position...

Almost an hour has past since my post and his dumb ass still hasnt figured out why pezal got his award.

If pezal's post was the dumbest of all time anti intel guy is well on his way to receive dumbass of all time award......

Look closer at my first post retard read every line and try to comprehend if you can i know reading is not your strong suite and blabbing BS is more your forte but for once try to read and reread before activating "foot in mouth" mode.

If you still dont get it then ask.

If someone has to spell it out for you then you are truly a retarded douchebag and deserve the award for the dumbass of all time God knows you are working hard for it........

And as always thank you for the entertainment........

11:21 PM, September 09, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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11:21 PM, September 09, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Hey copyandpasteexpertm why did you omit that the Intel system is still faster mhz for mhz?

the Xeon is still winning the benchmark. A 17% higher clocked Xeon 5345 is about 25-26% faster than Barcelona

I think I see a pattern here. With the Core architecture Intel swept all the benchmarks and was clearly the fastest CPU you could buy.

When Nvidia launched the Geforce 8 it clearly was the fastest GPU and took all the benchmarks.

AMD launched HD 2000 GPU and now Barcelona CPUs and they're both slower than the competition.

Pathetic.

11:34 PM, September 09, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

hahahhah speaking of AMD fanbois and their reading comprehension issues here comes Oneretard with another copied article and the one and only original thing he added in there "AMD 142 % FASTER THAN intels best..." incidentally happens to be further evidence that all amd fanbois are retards and have reading comprehension issues......

In a matter of 9 posts we have anti intel guy who cant read and is frustrated , pezal with his dumbass extrapolations and oneexpert who has comprehension issues to the article he just copied..........what an endorsement to buy AMD and take these stooges' advice................

Thanks for the entertainment guys you have truly made this monday morning a joy for me.......

AMD powered by barcelona supported by retards

11:34 PM, September 09, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

giant you forgot to congratulate Pezal for his accomplishment its not nice to overlook a fellow poster's moment of glory......

11:35 PM, September 09, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

This comment has been removed by the author.

11:43 PM, September 09, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

AMD is lying and deceiving people with this "ACP" BS.

Intel's definition is straight forward:

ftp://download.intel.com/design/processor/designex/31559405.pdf

Thermal Design Power: A power dissipation target based on worst-case applications. Thermal solutions should be designed to dissipate the thermal design power.

There is nothing in there that say's 'average', WORST-CASE applications, generating the MOST HEAT.... this is just BS. It is dissapointing AMD resorts to this kind of deception.

Intel is consistently under TDP with Core 2: http://www.xbitlabs.com/images/cpu/core2duo-shootout/power-2.png

AMD goes over TDP. FX-62 with 125W TDP uses 130W of power. All Core 2 are under 65W. Core 2 Extreme X6800 is well under 75W.

AMD is a deceptive unethical company.

11:44 PM, September 09, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

Oneexpert that retard can't even copy and paste correctly lets complete the job for him and add in the things that he missed shall we the bolded text is what our resident retard forgot to copy in the paragraph......

Yes, this code is very Intel friendly but it does exist in the real world, and it is remarkably interesting. Look at what Barcelona is doing: it is outperforming a 60% higher clocked Opteron 2224 SE. That means that clock for clock, the third generation Opteron is no less than 142% faster. That is a massive improvement! Thanks to meticulous tuning for the Intel's cores, the Xeon is still winning the benchmark. A 17% higher clocked Xeon 5345 is about 25-26% faster than Barcelona, but the days where this kind of code resulted in embarrassing defeats for AMD are over. We are very curious how a LINPACK compiled with AMD's math kernel libraries and other compilers would do, but the late arrival didn't allow us to do much recompiling.

Considering that AMD prices this Opteron 2350 under the Xeon 5345, AMD has an attractive price/performance offering for most applications.
There is very little doubt that AMD's newest chip is very energy efficient. Add to that the fact that the AMD platform is not burdened with the extra power sucking FB-DIMMs, and it is clear that the third generation of Opterons will lead in the performance/watt area for a few months and on into the future. When you are looking for the highest performance however, Intel has still a solid advantage with it's 3 GHz Xeon x5365.

This is what anand had to say about barcelona......
The trouble for AMD this time around is that Phenom is a much larger chip than the outgoing Athlon 64 X2, whereas Intel's Penryn family will actually be smaller than Conroe. AMD is already losing a considerable amount of money each quarter, so fabbing a larger chip at the same price as current CPUs will only make the situation worse. However, Intel can afford to continue to keep its processors as aggressively priced, especially moving to 45nm.

Try learning how to read and copy and paste correctly you AMD retards.....even a first grader can accomplish this.......

AMD powered by barcelona......supported by retards

12:06 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger z said...

giant: LOL !

For some reason it looks like Mr. giant has decided to not talk about Barcelona's performance numbers today :) Instead he is throwing an obscure complain about ACP...

Everybody, please reply him: "giant: LOL!"

12:07 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

For some reason it looks like Mr. giant has decided to not talk about Barcelona's performance numbers today :) Instead he is throwing an obscure complain about ACP...


We've all seen the performance. Barcelona is pre-fragged by Clovertown. The pathetic thing is that Anandtech didn't even use the fastest Xeon. Anandtech used 2.33Ghz but Intel goes up to 3Ghz.

AMD is a deceptive company that blatantly lying. They are stuck with comparing CPUs that don't exist (Opteron 8360 SE, when can I buy one?!)

Maybe Intel do like AMD does. Post some benchmarks of fastest Xeon vs. an Opteron that is far from the fastest. Or maybe Intel should post results for a CPU that is 30% simulated faster clockspeeds. A 3.9Ghz Clovertown. or a 3.8Ghz Tigerton. Just like AMD did.

AMD is finished, AMD BK Q2'08.

12:24 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Barcelona is pathetically primitive. Less than 500 million transistors. Itanium 2 is 1.7bn transistors.

AMD's second rate fabs are for low end crap only.

AMD BK Q2'08.

12:41 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger pezal said...

Opteron 8360 SE, when can I buy one?

You can buy it at the end of the year Giant.. ;-)..

Wow.. K10 2.5Gzh is 40% faster than the 3Gzh Intel Xeonist 5365.. K10 clocked at 3.0Gzh will simply knocked down both of the Intel Xeonist and the Tigerton.. Intel is finished.. Ekeke..

thanks for the awards 13ringinheat.. Im sure you will be the next to get that great dumbest honor among your Intel fanbois.. Ekekekekekekkekee..

1:46 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Here is a full suite of tests run by TechReport, an unbiased neutral third party.

http://techreport.com/articles.x/13176/1

Remember when looking at the results, as pezal states, the 8360SE won't be available until the end of the year.

For one, it is not going to capture the overall performance lead from Intel soon, not even in "Q4," which is when higher-clocked parts like the Opteron 2360 SE are expected to arrive. Given what we've seen, AMD will probably have to achieve something close to clock speed parity with Intel in order to compete for the performance crown. On top of that, Intel is preparing new 45nm "Harpertown" Xeons for launch some time soon, complete with a 6MB L2 cache, 1.6GHz front-side bus, clock speeds over 3GHz, and expected improvements in per-clock performance and power efficiency.

2:05 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

pezal says: thanks for the awards 13ringinheat.. Im sure you will be the next to get that great dumbest honor among your Intel fanbois.. Ekekekekekekkekee..

Some day that might happen but not today. For now bask in the glory of your stupidity.....kekekekeeke

By the way could you be so kind and explain to your fellow comprehension challenged fanboi anti intel guy why your post is so dumb and save him the embarrassment of asking me to spell it out for him..........

And continue posting......your posts have been very entertaining and brings hours of laughter to all readers....

2:53 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

13ringinheat, you forgot to include a random 'wakakaka'!

3:45 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger DrPizza said...

I'd be astonished if there were more commercial software using gcc than VC++. Virtually anyone developing C and C++ applications for Windows is going to be using VC++. 2% of penguins using gcc on Linux hardly matters.

4:01 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger amw said...

Calm down. :)

Not that many reports in yet, seems that for pure server based tasks the K10 is doing pretty well and also has low cost and power usage going for it.

On the desktop though it is not doing very well, but then again you could say that is because it is not in it's actual desktop platform for these current benches.

What is puzzling though is the low rendering scores it is getting, I thought it would be favoured by those. Anyone got any thoughts on that?

4:05 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Chuckula said...

So much for having a "native" quadcore to reduce latency at communicating between cores:

This is from about the only real review I've seen over at Anandtech (which is really trying to be nice to AMD):


AMD's native quad-core needs about 76ns to exchange (L1) cache information. That's not bad, but it's not fantastic either as the shared L2 cache approach of the Xeons allows the dual cores to exchange information via the L2 in about 26-30ns. Once you need to get information from core 0 to core 3, the dual die CPU of Intel still doesn't need much more time (77ns) than the quad-core Opteron (76ns). The complex L1-L2-L3 hierarchy might negate the advantages of being a "native" quad-core somewhat, but we have to study this a bit further as it is quite a complex matter.


So to recap: For most loads Intel is over twice as fast as AMD. In some extreme circumstances where the data have to jump between pairs of cores, AMD's massive quad-core brouhaha that is about to sink the company gives them a whopping: 1 NS advantage, or a "whopping" 1.3%....... oh yeah, I'm sure Intel is SO afraid.

AMD overengineered the chip, and still cannot design a cache to save its life.

5:23 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...

Welcome back to the playground. Cost savings WILL come with Barcelona since Opteron was made with 200mm wafers and 300mm wafers give twice the surface area.
Barcelona is ~283mm^2 and Opteron is ~223mm^2.

If you take 25% larger and look at 100% more space for dies, at the same yield, you get 75% MORE chips. Even a 10% yield difference still yields 65% more chips per wafer start.

That seems like a cost savings to me. If they lower the prices of Opteron and eliminate clock speeds the cost savings can be even greater.

And as far as Phenom, Anand used a server board with 667 DDR2, NOT 1066DDR2 with HT3. Anand's tests show that 10h scales well and the bandwidth-usage has been increased a lot so Rahul's statement that Phenom is the fastest desktop chip out is less like FUD than ever.

So, AMD decided to unveil Phenom running at 3.0GHz without showing actual benchmarks. What it showed was a game running smoothly with all details enabled, which makes perfect sense to me. And for the record, if you were to benchmark Phenom at 3GHz you would see that it kicks the living crap out of any current AMD or Intel processor—it is a stone cold killer (at 3GHz, now imagine how it would perform if they could squeek some more juice out of it?).

Rahul Sood

7:48 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Hornet331 said...

sorry but that increased bandwidth = magically more performance on UNI processor machines in pure wish thinking.

Just look at the transition from ddr 400 to ddr2 800, double the bandwidth with -+5% performance increase.(yeah you even saw a performance decrease cause of latancy)

In best case phenom would be equivalent to 3ghz C2D, the only thing ist that i can buy a 3ghz C2D at least for a year now. :p

8:34 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

1. GCC is very infrequently used by professonals.

2. The entire market is currently commenting how the Barcelona isn't all that, and that Intel STILL holds the preformance crown with its OLD products.

3.) AMD needs to rename the Barcelona the Balogna.

4.) Shall we mention AMD configued computers shipping to web reviewers under NDA and other such rules that they were not to modify any hardware settings at all when the systems arrive for the head to head benchmarking?

AMD is in a bit of trouble....

9:20 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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9:23 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Intel will make more money than they had originally thought this quarter:

http://www.theinquirer.net/default.aspx?article=42251

So pezal, what were you saying about Intel going BK?

I wonder if AMD can beat their record this quarter for an even bigger loss!

9:23 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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9:25 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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9:28 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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9:31 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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9:38 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

copyandpasteexpert, why are you posting press releases here?

Here's something more useful for you to post here:

http://techreport.com/articles.x/13176/1

9:47 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Only AMD said...

http://news.yahoo.com/s/pcworld/20070910/tc_pcworld/137025;_ylt=AiEoZSjrbMjphZGnW.zbKKUE1vAI

10:27 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Chuckula said...

Alright, I'm hoping someone else here puts a little effort into showing Sharikou's outright lies over the last year about K10.

I think this article says it all about K10's "performance": http://www.tgdaily.com/content/view/33770/118/

11:22 AM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger johndoe said...

Did giant mention 'Itanium'? Talk about hoof-in-mouth! This is Intel's giant (pun intended) golden turd, and as everyone knows you can't polish a turd regardless of the number of transistors it may contain.

12:02 PM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...

Methinks thou dost protest too much.

12:04 PM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Holy shit, I think all Oneexpert can do is cut and paste AMD press releases.

You also gotta grin at the fact that the blathering moron carefully removes anything that isn't 100% positive on his precious AMD.

Looks like Barcelona is showing up to be quite the overhyped piece of sillycon...

Shucks it can't even beat Intel's CURRENT line of processors. I'm actually going to feel a little bad when Intel smacks Barcelona back into the stone age with Penryn.

All the cut and pasting isn't going to do much for OneExpert then...


Lord knows he can't do any thinking of his own.

12:08 PM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Despite Barcelona, Intel retains speed crown:

http://www.vnunet.com/vnunet/news/2198309/intel-confident-keeping-silicon

Conspicuously missing, however, is the Opteron's score for a benchmark that measures integer performance, a type of workload that emphasises parallel tasks.

AMD executives have admitted that Intel demonstrates better performance on the benchmark, attributing it to the Xeon's larger cache memory.


Intel was smart to focus on delivering excellent integer performance. That kind of workload is far more common than floating point calculations.

12:38 PM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Despite Barcelona, Intel retains speed crown:

http://www.vnunet.com/vnunet/news/2198309/intel-confident-keeping-silicon

Conspicuously missing, however, is the Opteron's score for a benchmark that measures integer performance, a type of workload that emphasises parallel tasks.

AMD executives have admitted that Intel demonstrates better performance on the benchmark, attributing it to the Xeon's larger cache memory.

12:38 PM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

Here is a lil copy and paste taste of your own medicine......

http://www.tgdaily.com/content/view/33770/118/1/1/

AMD's website paints Barcelona performance pictures not seen in the real world

Still, even with the memory enhancements a LINPACK benchmark at AnandTech.com shows Xeon 5345 besting Barcelona by about 17%. The 5345 was chosen because of its commensurate power consumption, even though there are also two faster Xeons with greater performance than this one.

If we then look to a much more comprehensive benchmark at The Tech Report we find Barcelona winning 3 tests, and Xeon winning 23 tests. The total percentages were 123.63 and 634.26. It's also worth noting that the bulk of the large Barcelona percentage shown here comes from a single test which included a 121.14% improvement over Xeon in memory bandwidth using a 1 GB test set. If we remove that test, then Barcelona's three wins only total a 2.49% over Xeon's. And if that memory test had used data sets of anything at 64MB or below, then it would've shown Xeon winning by similar percentages at various data set sizes.

All told at both sites, Barcelona wins 8 and Xeon wins 26. The total percentages across 38 benchmarks were 150.76 and 708.2 values. The average winning percentages are 18.85% for Barcelona and 30.79% for Xeon. If we remove the one benchmark which had Barcelona winning by 121.14%, then the results are average winning percentages for Barcelona of 4.23% on only 22% of the benchmarks. And 32.19% for Xeon on 78%. This indicates that in those instances where Barcelona wins, it wins by a much smaller margin than Xeon. So small that it's hardly worth mentioning, especially when you consider there are two faster clocked processors available today from Intel.

It's also interesting to note that AMD emphasizes Barcelona's power efficiency. And yet, they introduced a new method of rating their power consumption which shows better values than their old method. And in addition, in the real-world AnandTech.com was forced to conclude that the performance-per-watt advantage goes to Xeon 5345 by 13% over Barcelona 2350.

If cost is key, then Barcelona can offer greater performance with more value (today). If performance is key, then unless you have specific performance needs and it can be shown that Barcelona will perform better in those particular applications, you'd be better off going with the higher-end Xeons. They perform proportionally better when they perform better than Barcelona. And in those cases where they lose, it's only marginally. In the alternative, it might be worth waiting a few months for the upcoming 45nm Harpertowns. They will have much less power consumption and will likely be priced to compete very handidly with Barcelona on the high-end

What should've been AMD's biggest release ever, their native quad-core design, has fallen significantly short of the hope and hype. The theoretical 2.6 GHz chip would've been wonderful if released today. The Tech Report was able to benchmark one of those chips and it performed quite well as the 2360 SE. That chip would've lived up to the expectations. But it was not released today. Of the ones available, it shows a processor that does not have a lot of performance-winning life ahead of it when we consider Intel's upcoming 45nm releases just two months and one day away.

Barcelona needed to be a slam dunk for AMD. It has turned out to be much less. AMD now needs to focus solely on solving their manufacturing issues and releasing faster clocked Barcelonas. AMD's customers need to be knowledgeable of the fact that several of Intel's upcoming 45nm products will be here in a few months. These will likely deliver better performance on less power.

If AMD continues as they have this year. If they continue to lose large amounts of money each quarter. And if they are not able to achieve high clock speeds with their 65nm SOI technology at a pace consistent with Intel's anticipated ramping at 45nm, then this launch will be the turning point. It will prove out to be the beginning of the end for AMD.

Until we saw Barcelona numbers there was always hope. AMD knew this and kept their cards very close to their chest, not even releasing products for review until late last week. Unless AMD can turn it around and significantly ramp up the clock speed to compete with and win against Intel's 45 nm competition, then AMD may be headed into a life-threatening storm. The next six months will be telling for AMD.

AMD powered by barcelona.....supported by stupidity.

1:09 PM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Thats from a INTEL PUMPER!

Its not real!

It can't be!

AMD FOREVER!

I'm sure that the AMD fanbois will have some other massive excuse...

Maybe now some of these assclown fanbois will kill themselves off in desparation.

One can only dream. the mass suicide of the legions of Sharidouche followers would only do the world good.

1:32 PM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

I honestly dont want any of these AMD fanbois to leave. Their stupidity, ignorance and overall lack of reading comprehension has provided me hours of entertainment.......except oneexpert he can jump off a cliff onto a stick and get impaled for all i care since he brings nothing original.

AMD powered by turd brown edition barcelona.......supported by legions of retards

^^^cant wait for some unoriginal AMD fanboi to copy this since they all like to copy what i do......

2:05 PM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Darius said...

Barcelona is decent CPU. Unfortunately it is the case of too little too late. And on top of that, it was overhyped, while barely matching current Intel products.

What went good:

1) Virtualization stuff - it's a real win, as performance improvements will be had where it counts - in todays virtualized datacenters ( that's where all those native quad cores should head to)
2) Competitive power/perf. Opty was getting old in the teeth, even with Intel shooting it's foot with FB-DIMM memory hogs. There are some amazing Intel quad Xeon in ~50w TDP range, and these are selling like hot cakes now for 2P (read 70-80% of the server market)
3) Great scaling with clock and with core count. Something Intel should be really worried about. That can't be fixed overnight and 6MB L2 per core or 1600FSB won't help much. Tho all that scaling is good if AMD can ramp up the clock real soon...

What went bad:
1) Clock. No comments are needed. 2Ghz is abysmall clock, while it would be just right for design like Sun' Rock, but it isn't competitive in the world of C2d and Power6.
2) FP. (from now on i am talking per core) Huge dissapointment, with that many improvement going to this area, AMD is still barely competitive in vector and has clock/clock parity in FPU.
3) Integer performance. AMD can blame Intel's cache, but K10 has huge integer performance deficit, coupled with their clock troubles = disaster on desktop, as all those apps and games just love integer power. It will get worse from here, as Penryn will bring even more and ever faster L2 cache and more clock.
4) L3. 1 word, overengineering.


K10 is amazing CPU for it's price and nice improvement over K8. Unfortunately there are no reasons to buy K10 for anything but 4P. Intel still has better performance at 2P and esp in 1P.

Unfortunately K10 was seriuosly overhyped on desktop, we all read those 30k 3DMark06 stories. And K10 fails to deliver. Unfortunely what matters on desktop/gaming the most is solid single thread performance, and Phenom will have major problems competing with current C2D designs even if clock parity is achieved in mid 2008. Penryn desktop derivatives? It will destroy K10 hopelessly. Unfortunately even 5% clock/clock performance increase that Penryn gives and potential 3.5Ghz+ clocks are out of K10 reach for now.

3:53 PM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger lex said...

ba ba ba ba ba .. barcelona has arrived. Finaly here and.... after such anticipiation what do we find?

Its it no surpise that all the sales and marketing folks have fled to green pasteurs of leading edge big time companies

like freescale. Now why is it at the dawn of AMDs great return to leading edge performance wouldn't the great

salesmen and marketeers choose to leave?

Duh... it ain't that great and they know a turd when the smell it.

Sure barcelona is a quad core, it looks pretty respectible offering huge improvements over Opeteron which lets admit it

cum suckers was getting long in tooth and was getting totally sodomized by C2D. Wouldn't it be a salesmen and

marketers dream to show what david could do again kicking goliath around with Ba ba ba bacerlona, phenom, bulldozer....

Its almost funny with such big sounding names the king of BS marketing choose to leave. I guess even slime cum suckers

like that couldn't bear to push what was clearly going to be a K9 for the next couple years. Maybe if it had come 6

months earlier as promised said knob polishers would have stayed on and crowed for 9 months prior to Penrym coming. But

too little to late. its no wonder its priced so cheap.

Face it folks, Barcelona is no K9, but it aint enough. Its too slow. Sure it'll scale but did you forget that Penrym

die are smaller and manufactured as dual core and cherry picked to match at package level. Phenom is still no where

to be found, why is that, why did the marketers and sales guys leave?

Did you notice INTEL sales, revenue and margins are all up. 45nm is here, Penrym is coming, smaller dies, lower

power, HighK metal gate that is far superior to that boring old immersion, sio2, soi. AMD is so manufacturing on old

school technology. its no wonder there finances are busted, its marketshare is stalled, it yields suck, its

performance behind, its salesmen and marketers fleeing to such respected semiconductor companies as freescale....

LOL AMD is such a 2nd tier little company... get with it. AMD needs to get some technology and some factories if it

wants to be a big dick.

5:41 PM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Alex said...

Damn .. where are all the AMD fanbois? !!!!!! one-retard, prezel ..... I hope they didnt just pull the trigger?

We want you bois back!!!!!

But the most intersting part is that the douchebag himself posted twice yesterday and almost pooped on himself ... today I guess he had less beans !!! LOL

7:37 PM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Bubba said...

I personaly find it rather funny that the review computers AMD shipped had Nvidia system boards in them.

8:21 PM, September 10, 2007  
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10:13 PM, September 10, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

South Korea finds that Intel has done nothing serious enough to warrant sanctions:

All they did was send Intel a "statement of objection".

http://www.smh.com.au/news/Technology/South-Korean-antitrust-regulator-completes-Intel-probe/2007/09/11/1189276694226.html

AMD's lawsuit is without any merit whatsoever and will be thrown out.

2:38 AM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Looks like all the wee lil' AMD fanbois are all crying at the beating Barcelona is taking in the press currently.

No wonder the rats were fleeing the ship. Its starting to sink.

6:26 AM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

August 28
Aguia said...
If some one personally know 13ringinheat should help him we never know what AMD will really release in September 10.

August 28
13ringinheat said:
Yes please some one come help me stop laughing once the actual benchmarks are released on that blazing 2.0ghz turd called barcelona.............

how rite i was AMD released what everyone has been predicting all along a TURD!!!.......someone come help me i am dying of laughter since barcelona is a joke

I love how everytime AMD is about to release something there is always some sorta BS technology vaporware that will make it really fast or something.......

65nm..........FAIL!!!!
4x4 NUMA AWARE....FAIL!!!
AM2 Reversehyperthreading........FAIL!!!
Barcelona high clockspeed.......FAIL!!!

Either AMD fanbois never learn their lesson or are just retarded i am thinking its more the latter.....

7:49 AM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...

I love how everytime AMD is about to release something there is always some sorta BS technology vaporware that will make it really fast or something.......

65nm..........FAIL!!!!
4x4 NUMA AWARE....FAIL!!!
AM2 Reversehyperthreading........FAIL!!!
Barcelona high clockspeed.......FAIL!!!

Either AMD fanbois never learn their lesson or are just retarded i am thinking its more the latter.....



I'd say grow up but I'd be wasting my time.

8:08 AM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger netrama said...

Giant said...

South Korea finds that Intel has done nothing serious enough to warrant sanctions:


Yeah really , lets hear what do you think you paid Intel MF ..

8:57 AM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger Alex said...

Howell,

who are you .. some kinda MC Dadday here?
The reason why people are upset is not because of AMD delivering a good design ... which I must agree it is a noble one, the problem is that it was way over hyped AND Amd started the smack talk first in Jan. when they said that their Jesus chip would demolish Intel by 40% .... and all along they knew that it was not the truth but they did it anyways ... so to screw that into your head .. the problem is over pumping/hyping a product and lying about it. It is far worst than the P4 hype ... Intel had many design groups working on different chips and could have shipped a different design in 1 year .... example Core Arch.
But what really is making AMD look bad is idiots like one-retard or ShariKOON ... Given time AMD will fix their problems and move on ... it always was done so ...
I didnt hear AMD crying like a baby in 2005 .... thats when they were making a killing .... mid 2006 they started ....
Now they need to grow up and give us some good chips so we can play less when Intel/AMD are gang banging eachother.
If you want to say something say it ... else just go away ... :)

9:18 AM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

you tell him to grow up yet support fools like Sharidouche, Penix and Oneexpert?

Holy fucking hypocrite batman.

9:42 AM, September 11, 2007  
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9:48 AM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger Alex said...

Merlin .. LOL .... lets not kick these guys in the nutz while they are on their knees ...
I am sure one-retard and his twin ShariKoon are seeing psychiatrists .... just stay off the golden gate bridge u idiots ... we dont want the sharks to eat tainted/idiot powered meat :)

9:49 AM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Yeah really , lets hear what do you think you paid Intel MF ..

Brilliant! Intel must be paying off the authorities! This MUST be the answer! AMD never lies! If they say that the sky is green and that Intel is an illegal monopoly it MUST be true!!

AMD BK Q2'08.

10:00 AM, September 11, 2007  
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10:38 AM, September 11, 2007  
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11:44 AM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger Alex said...

Bagdad Bob


http://writingcompany.blogs.com/this_isnt_writing_its_typ/images/baghdad_bob_1.jpg

"There are no INTEL infidels in SFO. Never!"
"My feelings - as usual - we will slaughter INTEL"

"Our initial assessment is that they will all die"

"I blame DOW/NASDAQ- they are marketing for the Intellers!"

"God will roast their stomachs in hell at the hands of AMD'ers."

"We have destroyed 2 P4, Core2 Duo, 2 Quadcores and their shovels - We have driven them back to ston ages."

"They're coming to surrender or be burned in their Cubes."

"No I am not scared and neither should you be!"

"We are not afraid of the Intellers. God has condemned them. They are stupid. They are stupid" (dramatic pause) "and they are condemned."
"We have them surrounded in their cubes"

"The Intellers press is all about lies! All they tell is lies, lies and more lies!"
"because we will behead you all"

"Let the Intel infidels bask in their illusion"

"I triple guarantee you, there are no Intellers in AMD cubes."
"We will kill them all........most of them."

"They are like a snake and we are going to cut it in pieces."

"They do not even have control over themselves! Do not believe them!"
"They are superpower of villains. They are superpower of Al Capone."

Intelers are "wild donkeys" ['Alog' in Arabic]

"There are no AMD's engineers disguising themselves"

11:58 AM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Alex, that is utterly hilarious! That guy reminds me of Randy Allen with statements like "Barcelona will blow Clovertown away in every dimension!" or "Barcelona will be 40% faster than Clovertown!".

12:12 PM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger tech4life said...

Giant said
AMD's lawsuit is without any merit whatsoever and will be thrown out.


Based on South Korea???

You're such a raving fanboy that A) you don't care if Intel actually did something wrong and B)don't understand that the findings in South Korea do not supercede the findings in the U.S, Japan, and Europe. Wipe the drool, turn the computer off, and go outside. There's something out there called the sun and it will do you good.

1:49 PM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Just when I thought oneexpert couldn't get any more fucking stupid:


intel has no new cpus: So what is Penryn? Wolfdale? Yorkfield? Nehalem? Sandy Brdige? Yeah um, OK. No new CPU's.

intel has no new platforms You mean like the recently released P31, P35, Q31, Q35 and G35 platforms? And I won't even get into laptops with its whole new line up, let alone those for servers. Are you REALLY that fucking stupid?

[b]intel has no new video solutions[/b] See above. Currently let me remind you that Intel owns about 40% of the overall video market, and even a larger slice when it comes to laptops.

[b]intel has no future products what so ever.[/b]

Congratulations, you made the stupid list. Its reserved for total and utter prats whom have no fucking clue what reality is.

Are you SURE you aint posting from a mental institution or prison?

2:30 PM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger netrama said...

According to a report, Intel’s gross margin has been around 50% in the last 4 to 5 Quarters, from the 60% it used to enjoy in the pre-K8 era. Sources say Intel might never possibly see the 60% gross margins again. The mysterious part is the claim that, the gross margin just went down to 46% in the Q4 2006. I can’t believe that the margin dropped by just 4% after the massive price cuts, that Intel did to kill AMD. I understand that Intel might have saved some cash by way of not having to donate the monopoly money to Dell and others. Intel’s expenses are even more, -things like the mad advertising they do. I suspect just a 4% drop translates to some nice number jugglery done on the books.

3:23 PM, September 11, 2007  
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3:24 PM, September 11, 2007  
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3:26 PM, September 11, 2007  
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3:31 PM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

Christian M. Howell said... I'd say grow up but I'd be wasting my time.

Hahahhah werent you the dumbass touting around the benefits of reverse hyperthreading at the forumz......must suck to get caught up in the AMD hype only to eat crow......

well you must be kinda used to it now. Most "grown up" people would have realized that AMD has been playing their loyalists for fools........

But then again judging from the posting IQ of AMD fanbois here it isnt hard to fool these retards ......AMD could sell them the 386 and say "people dont want performance" and they would still buy it........similar strat to barcelona actually.......

3:34 PM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

AMD market share increases by selling garbage CPUS to ignorant customers

AMD powered by turd brown edition barcelona........supported by turds

3:36 PM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger Bubba said...

And yet my grandfather's antique pentium 3 beats the crap out of the greatest cpu AMD can produce.

Looks like Intel is generations ahead of AMD.

3:48 PM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

HAhahahha core 2 duo released and everyone was complaining about how it beats older technology........

One year later barcelona is released and it cant even beat older technology.....

AMD.....as pathetic as the fanbois that make excuses for it

5:02 PM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger lex said...

Did you just open your a$$ and let the flies out?

intel has no new cpus.
intel has no new platforms.
intel has no new video solutions.
intel has no future products what so ever.


Did you hear about INTELs guidance up in revenue and margins?

Did you recall while AMD may be up 2 percentage points they still lost 1/2 billion while INTEL made a billion+

Did you hear about the 1st volume 45nm factory opening in Arizona shortely with a second mega fab in Isreal next year to add to the development fab already cranking HighK Metal-Gate CPUs.

Did you hear about the Penryns and Silverthornes that are out and the Nehalem coming shortley.

Did you know that AMD annouced wiht great fanfare a quad-core on 65nm but that INTEL has shipped over a million quadcores already and that they have been shipping 65nm for more then a year and half.

I dod you heard or can comprenhend as you speak out of your ass and think with your dick. Damm you lapp at all of that dribble how did you every graduate from grade school?

I leave you with ANANDTECH'S conclusion after testing some Canine samples.

"The future looks very interesting with the 45nm Xeon Harpertown and a 2.5GHz AMD quad-core in the next quarter. AMD hasn't clearly hit a homerun this time, but at least they're playing in the same ballpark."

"The trouble for AMD this time around is that Phenom is a much larger chip than the outgoing Athlon 64 X2, whereas Intel's Penryn family will actually be smaller than Conroe. AMD is already losing a considerable amount of money each quarter, so fabbing a larger chip at the same price as current CPUs will only make the situation worse. However, Intel can afford to continue to keep its processors as aggressively priced, especially moving to 45nm.

To put it plainly: Phenom/Barcelona make this price war more difficult on AMD, while Penryn makes it easier on Intel."


I'm sure Patty and Justin are welcoming the minor league AMDers to the major leagues. Too bad they don't have the manufacturing muscle, the technical capability, nor the bankaccount to play in the bigl leagues. They were nothing but a one hit wonder. All Barcelona is is a wimpy infield single.

Lets be serious fanbois, tards and geeks.

INTEL screwed up in Prescott/CedarMill days. Now they got their mojo back and at best AMD will have a few percentage points advantage in a few benhmarks here and there. AMD will NEVER again rule across the board like they did in 2004-2006, NEVER. Chances of INTEL screwing up are there, but small.

THis much is true, AMD will always be a small time player, own a few benchmarks here and there, but INTEL will ALWAYS rule the roost. Always, did and always will. you can root for david like them stupid cubbies or you can buy the best which is INTEL except for the HPC segment. When Nehalem comes INTEL will own that one too.

Don't buy that BS about Bulldozer and other fancy names that supposidly come in 2009 and 2010.

AMD BK in 2008

5:14 PM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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5:35 PM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

oneexpert said... So what is Penryn? Wolfdale? Yorkfield? Nehalem? Sandy Brdige?(i think you fanboys misspelled bridge)
All of the above are different names for the power sucking antique pentium 3s.

P31, P35, Q31, Q35 and G35 platforms.
Different numbers applied to the same power sucking antique FSB bottlenecks.

intels entire product line up comes from intels previous antique museum line of product offerings.

No matter how many times you rename and RERUN a pentium 3 its still just a antique of history.
If pentium 3s were so good intel would not have thrown them away years ago when they went to the pentium 4.
Your great grand father used pentium 3s and now so do the intel fan boys.
Antique pentium 3s, no matter how you glue then together, have no computing future.
AMDs geode is a more modern design than the antique pentium 3 c2ds.


HAHAHAHAHAH seems like the mental institution let out one by mistake. Witness the IQ and understanding of the typical AMD fanboi above.......

AMD powered by barcelona.......supported by retards

5:41 PM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

What is even more funny is Intel's "antiques" STILL BEAT even AMD's top o' the line processor.
When Penryn hits and shows just how good the P3 line can strech, you will still be sitting there with your thumbs in your ears and Sharikou's tounge in your ass claiming AMD is the god of the CPU, when it is beat even in todays world by Intel's last generation processor.

Congratulations for being one of the most incredibly stupid folks on the 'net.

5:42 PM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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7:05 PM, September 11, 2007  
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7:12 PM, September 11, 2007  
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7:39 PM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger Christopher said...

South Korea does not have a particularly good record on corruption.

http://www.transparency.org/policy_research/surveys_indices/cpi/2006

Look at the recent ruling on Hyundai's chairman.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/6981064.stm

I would not be surprised at all if South Korea gets a lower score in the next survey.

Japan has a far better score than South Korea. I am amazed that the USA is not that far behind Japan given all the pork barrel politics. You poor Americans that are getting raped by telcos, pharmas, oil, biotechs, software cos, ...

All thanks to your loving your big business and big politics and the laws they make. Enjoy your experience I say.

9:03 PM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger Only AMD said...

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10:24 PM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger Only AMD said...

Good News Good News Good News

SEOUL, South Korea - Intel Corp., the world's largest semiconductor company, was charged with violating South Korean antitrust laws, the company and regulators said Tuesday.

Read the whole story here.

http://news.yahoo.com/
s/ap/20070912/ap_on_hi_te/
skorea_intel_13;
_ylt=ApZuNpB6qtUk0d0W4II6UAcE1vAI

10:27 PM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Did you hear about the 1st volume 45nm factory opening in Arizona shortely with a second mega fab in Isreal next year to add to the development fab already cranking HighK Metal-Gate CPUs.


Don't forget FAB11X in Rio Rancho, NM. Converted to 45nm high-k by the end of next year. This means that for a period of time Intel will have four 45nm fabs! That's an astounding number.

That number will drop to three after a while, as D1D will supply initial processors but will eventually ramp down in preperation for 32nm. I'm no expert on the matter, but it seems logical that D1D would be ramping down 45nm production by late 2008 when FAB28 in Israel and FAB11X in Rio Rancho are in full 45nm production.

10:31 PM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

Christian Howell said:
"I'd say grow up but I'd be wasting my time."


This coming from a guy who describes himself with "I'm a devoted screenwriter trapped in a SW developers cubicle looking for that elusive first credit."

Sounds like someone else needs to grow up.

11:59 PM, September 11, 2007  
Blogger anti-Intel guy said...

Korea finds Intel guilty of antitrust stuff

Wednesday 12 September 2007, 06:25

THE GOVERNMENT of South Korea found Intel guilty of antitrust violations last week.
South Korea told Intel it was laying the rap last week.

The government has concluded a two year investigation into Intel’s behaviour, and will let it know how much dosh it will have to cough up.

Penalties will follow...

http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=42291

12:35 AM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Check it out:

http://youtube.com/watch?v=F7LNUkHa7U8

September 18th, San Fransisco is the start of IDF. The skull is clearly a reference to Skulltrail.

2:06 AM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger anti-Intel guy said...

Sun outs monster Barcelona box

SUN WAS SHOWING off a bunch of goodies at the Barcelona launch, the most impressive of which was the X4600 M2. There were others like Tucana, but the 8S X4600 was the star of the show.

What you are looking at is the top of the X4600 with one of the processor 'books' removed. This early version only has four DIMMs per book, but the newer revs have up to eight, allowing for 256GB of DDR2 per chassis.

Why would you want this? Virtualisation of course, and because of that you can get some pretty impressive numbers. Most VMMs can pin processes to a CPU an then to local memory, so with this box you get about 100 per cent scaling from two to four CPUs, and about 350 per cent from two to eight. Not bad.

Amongst other things to notice is tool-free everything. The dual-row fans in front are hot-plug and hand removable, pull one out and the second keeps air flowing. The books are also yankable with the handles, completely hot pluggable as long as you don't mind destroying your machine in a shower of sparks and a cloud of smoke.

You will also notice a handle in the back on the mobo. The board itself has thumb screws to loosen it, and the handle is so you can pull it out easily. Far from necessary, but it is a nice touch.

In addition, this 32 core monster has four hot-swap PSUs and six PCIe 8x slots. You know it was made by one of us because it has NICs labled 0-3, not 1-4. Nice.

The Tucana is a little farther off, but judging from the state of it, not by all that much. It is a 4S server, and the neat thing about it is CPUs two and three are on a carrier with their Ram. It plugs in as a unit, and pulls out easily for servicing. Other than that, it is only a hot-plug-damn-near-everything 4S Barcelona-ready box.

http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=42293

3:29 AM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...

you tell him to grow up yet support fools like Sharidouche, Penix and Oneexpert?

Holy fucking hypocrite batman.


I support AMD. I don't know anybody here and don't want to. You're like sorry little kids who like calling each other names over companies that don't even know who you are.

I have always said that Intel WON'T BK and wish you ALL would stop wishing bad things on employees of these companies.

I'm not going to go back and forth with you.
NONE OF YOU HAVE MADE ANY CPUs SO HOW CAN YOU SUMMARILY DISMISS AMD OR BARCELONA?

7:16 AM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...

Hahahhah werent you the dumbass touting around the benefits of reverse hyperthreading at the forumz......must suck to get caught up in the AMD hype only to eat crow......

well you must be kinda used to it now. Most "grown up" people would have realized that AMD has been playing their loyalists for fools........

But then again judging from the posting IQ of AMD fanbois here it isnt hard to fool these retards ......AMD could sell them the 386 and say "people dont want performance" and they would still buy it........similar strat to barcelona actually.......



I told you I'd be wasting my time. Why do you call people names so much? Are you like the kid who talks crap and ends up in a locker?

K10 fulfilled the promise. I'm not disappointed. Intel has had more time to tweak C2Q. I personally just want a 2.2GHz Phenom X4, which has been reported as coming out in October.

I bet they will be inside the new BlackBird02 from HP.

7:40 AM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...

This coming from a guy who describes himself with "I'm a devoted screenwriter trapped in a SW developers cubicle looking for that elusive first credit."

Funny I'v enever loked at your profile. You must not be worth it. Besides, your screen name is Intel fanboi.

At least it could be fanMAN.

That has noting to do with Phenom, Barcelona or C2Q so I guess it's an attemt to go off topic.

I think I'll bail out of name-calling central for awhile.

7:45 AM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger Bubba said...

NONE OF YOU HAVE MADE ANY CPUs SO HOW CAN YOU SUMMARILY DISMISS AMD OR BARCELONA?

Because their products are crap.

8:30 AM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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9:13 AM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

I think oneexpert can't think, let alone type, for himself.

His posts are limited to cut/pastes from AMD's web site...

9:18 AM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

AMD no longer FASN8ted

Gr8tful dead

By Wily Ferret: Wednesday 12 September 2007, 16:54
WE ARE HEARING from system vendors that AMD's much-touted FASN8 platform is dead. Not sleeping, not imminently on the way out, but dead.

The platform was due to see two Phenom processors (for eight-core action) combined with RD790 and four Radeon HD 2900s in a funky combo before the year was out - an ambitious task if ever there was one.

But it seems that the folks at DAAMIT may have overstretched themselves on this one - making QuadFire work must be hard enough, but doing it on a dual-processor-socket motherboard must be even harder, especially on an upcoming, untested chipset.

There must also be some doubt about who on earth would a) require that much power and b) have the $10k required to drop on such an endeavour, particularly given the relatively poor performance of the Radeon 2900 XT so far and the lack of any foreseeable updates to that marchitecture.

Anybody hearing anything different? µ

BUY NEW, STATE OF THE ART, Intel and Nvidia hi performance, energy saving cpus, platforms and video solutions.

How did I do?

10:29 AM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Intel launches quad-core Tigerton

Company has launched the Caneland platform, comprising the Tigerton quad-core server chip, for the multiprocessor server market

Intel has launched its new line of quad-core Xeon products for the multiprocessor server market.

Code-named Caneland, its much-awaited Xeon multiprocessor 7300 server platform comprises the new Tigerton quad-core Xeon 7300 series chip, as well as the Clarksboro 7300 chipset.

Adesh Gupta, regional platform architecture manager for the Server Platform Group at Intel Asia-Pacific, said in an interview that the new products are designed for multiprocessor servers — systems with between four and 32 CPUs — that run software such as ERP, and applications in virtualised environments for server consolidation.

Caneland completes the chipmaker's transition to the Core microarchitecture, its latest chip design adopted across its PC and server processors.

Available in six iterations, the 65nm (nanometre) Tigerton chip is said to deliver more than double the performance and more than triple the performance per watt ratio over Intel's previous generation dual-core products.

Comparing Tigerton to the existing Xeon 7100 processor series, Gupta said: "This new Xeon 7300 processor has got some significant innovations…[such as] data traffic optimisations which help accelerate the data in the server itself, to such an extent that we're seeing performance gain of over two times and performance gain under virtualisation of 2.5 times."

Other new features include a four-fold increase in memory footprint on the platforms compared to existing platforms, Gupta said. "We are supporting 256GB memory on a single four-CPU platform, compared to the 64GB of memory before," he noted.

The Xeon 7300 series line of products includes frequencies of up to 2.93GHz at 130 watts, several 80-watt processors and a 50-watt version optimised for four socket blades and high-density rack form factors with a frequency of 1.86GHz, Intel said.

The new Caneland platform is compatible with the next generation of multicore processors that Intel plans to introduce in 2008, based on the 45nm processor technology code-named Dunnington, Gupta noted.

Server manufacturers including HP are expected to announce product offerings based on the new Caneland platform this week.

Intel launched its first quad-core processors in November last year, and has claimed to have shipped over one million units worldwide within three quarters of its introduction.

Rumour has it that Intel will announce its second generation of quad-core chips, code-named "Penryn", in November, while rival AMD's first 65-nanometer quad-core server chip, the much-delayed Barcelona, is expected to arrive next week.

According to Intel, the Penryn processors — based on its 45nm manufacturing process with high-k metal gate transistors — will have up to 820 million transistors and a die size of 107mm squared. The company plans to have four 45nm chip plants up and running by the middle of 2008.

The chipmaker also revealed that it will ship its Nehalem family of processors in 2008 and plans to introduce its 32nm manufacturing process in 2009.

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10:33 AM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Sun cosies up to Intel

Sun shows off Quad-Core Xeon server while Intel endorses Solaris
Robert Jaques, vnunet.com 06 Sep 2007


Sun Microsystems has previewed what it claims is the first and only four-socket, 2U quad-core server from a tier-one vendor.

Powered by the newly unveiled Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor 7300 series, the device is designed for network services consolidation, compute services and database applications.

The server will be widely available within 60 days, according to Sun, and the company plans to offer "various systems" based on the Xeon 7300 series to meet the needs of multiple market segments.

John Fowler, executive vice president of the Systems Group at Sun, said: " The Quad-Core Intel Xeon 7300 series platform enables us to build a whole new range of servers that integrate the very best features in system design, virtualisation and system management."

The rapprochement between former foes Intel and Sun continued at the launch of the server when the chip giant endorsed Solaris.

"In addition to announcing the 7300 series today, Intel is reinforcing its commitment to Solaris as a mainstream operating system and the enterprise-class, mission critical Unix OS for Intel Xeon processor-based servers," said Tom Kilroy, vice president and general manager of Intel's Digital Enterprise Group.

No one wants AMD's antique designs stuck on 2Ghz that are based on K6 tecnology that AMD had to buy from another company.

BUY NEW, STATE OF THE ART, Intel and Nvidia hi performance, energy saving cpus, platforms and video solutions.

10:40 AM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Intel Breaks Ground on Wafer Fabrication Facility in Dalian

Manufacturing Leadership, Cluster Effects to Accelerate Growth for China's IT Industry

DALIAN, China, September 8, 2007 – Intel today broke ground on its first 300mm wafer fabrication facility in Asia. The new factory, named Fab 68, will extend Intel's manufacturing leadership, while helping cultivate engineering talent, accelerate the growth of China's information technology (IT) ecosystem, and bring Intel's culture of environmental leadership to China. The $2.5 billion project is set to begin construction immediately and be operational in 2010. Fab 68 will cover 163,000 square meters of factory space and host a 15,000 square meter clean room.

"The scope and scale of our global manufacturing network gives Intel the ability to provide customers with leading-edge, energy-efficient products in high volume," said Craig Barrett, Chairman, Intel Corporation. "Fab 68 will have world-class infrastructure and be an integral part of our global manufacturing network while bringing us closer to our customers and partners in China."

"Intel's investment in Fab 68 comes at a time when Dalian's information technology industry is aiming to compete globally and become one of the top three IT clusters in China," said Dalian Mayor Xia Deren. "Fab 68 is not just bringing advanced chipset manufacturing to Dalian, Intel's presence will attract investment from virtually every segment of the IC industry, which in turn will have tremendous effect on the region's economy and industries. It is estimated that many suppliers are planning to follow Intel's lead and establish operations in Dalian. The cluster will help revitalizing the industries in China's Northeast region, and make Dalian rise to be one of the IT hubs in China."

Demonstrating its dedication to sustainable growth in Dalian, Fab 68 will be designed and built to minimize impact on the environment. "Intel has a long history of environmental leadership in our products and operations and we are applying the same world-class design and construction standards in Fab 68 that we apply everywhere in the world," said Kirby Jefferson, General Manager of Fab 68. "The design standards for Fab 68 meet Intel's high standards for environmental performance in all areas including water, energy and chemical waste management."

With its presence in Dalian, Intel plans initiatives aimed at developing the local talent pool. "Local talent development is a key component to our fab network strategy," said Wee Theng Tan, Vice President of Corporate Affairs Group and President of Intel China. "We're partnering with the Dalian University of Technology and the Dalian Municipal Government to establish the Semiconductor Technology Institute and donating a 200 mm wafer process line for training purposes. In the future, this Semiconductor Technology Institute will foster world-class talent for the IT industry in China and around the globe."

Intel investment in Fab 68 sets its total investment in China to close to US$ 4 billion. Intel has established two assembly and test plants in Shanghai and Chengdu, along with R&D centers and labs in Beijing, Shanghai and elsewhere in China.

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10:44 AM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger Mahboobul said...

Get a life, Sharikou. Intel won decades ago when they beat Motorola losers. Remeber, Hector was part of it.

AMD already in BK.

3:25 PM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

Great articles giant very informative. Waaayyyy better than the FUD the AMD marketing team seems to spew since 2900XT sucks and so does brown turd barcelona.

AMD powered by slow products......supported by even slower individuals.

3:30 PM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger mi7chy said...

Quad-Core AMD Opteron™ Processors To Play a Lead Role In Lucasfilm's Datacenter

http://www.amd.com/us-en/Corporate/VirtualPressRoom/0,,51_104_543~120565,00.html

3:34 PM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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4:39 PM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

Alrite Douche bag lets play your game.....


Intel launches quad-core Tigerton

05 Sep 2007 11:44

Company has launched the Caneland platform, comprising the Tigerton quad-core server chip, for the multiprocessor server market

Intel has launched its new line of quad-core Xeon products for the multiprocessor server market.

Code-named Caneland, its much-awaited Xeon multiprocessor 7300 server platform comprises the new Tigerton quad-core Xeon 7300 series chip, as well as the Clarksboro 7300 chipset.

Adesh Gupta, regional platform architecture manager for the Server Platform Group at Intel Asia-Pacific, said in an interview that the new products are designed for multiprocessor servers — systems with between four and 32 CPUs — that run software such as ERP, and applications in virtualised environments for server consolidation.

Caneland completes the chipmaker's transition to the Core microarchitecture, its latest chip design adopted across its PC and server processors.

Available in six iterations, the 65nm (nanometre) Tigerton chip is said to deliver more than double the performance and more than triple the performance per watt ratio over Intel's previous generation dual-core products.

Comparing Tigerton to the existing Xeon 7100 processor series, Gupta said: "This new Xeon 7300 processor has got some significant innovations…[such as] data traffic optimisations which help accelerate the data in the server itself, to such an extent that we're seeing performance gain of over two times and performance gain under virtualisation of 2.5 times."

Other new features include a four-fold increase in memory footprint on the platforms compared to existing platforms, Gupta said. "We are supporting 256GB memory on a single four-CPU platform, compared to the 64GB of memory before," he noted.

The Xeon 7300 series line of products includes frequencies of up to 2.93GHz at 130 watts, several 80-watt processors and a 50-watt version optimised for four socket blades and high-density rack form factors with a frequency of 1.86GHz, Intel said.

The new Caneland platform is compatible with the next generation of multicore processors that Intel plans to introduce in 2008, based on the 45nm processor technology code-named Dunnington, Gupta noted.

Server manufacturers including HP are expected to announce product offerings based on the new Caneland platform this week.

Intel launched its first quad-core processors in November last year, and has claimed to have shipped over one million units worldwide within three quarters of its introduction.

Rumour has it that Intel will announce its second generation of quad-core chips, code-named "Penryn", in November, while rival AMD's first 65-nanometer quad-core server chip, the much-delayed Barcelona, is expected to arrive next week.

According to Intel, the Penryn processors — based on its 45nm manufacturing process with high-k metal gate transistors — will have up to 820 million transistors and a die size of 107mm squared. The company plans to have four 45nm chip plants up and running by the middle of 2008.

The chipmaker also revealed that it will ship its Nehalem family of processors in 2008 and plans to introduce its 32nm manufacturing process in 2009.
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AMD powered by slow products......supported by even slower individuals.

5:07 PM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

Sun cosies up to Intel

Sun shows off Quad-Core Xeon server while Intel endorses Solaris
Robert Jaques, vnunet.com 06 Sep 2007
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Sun Microsystems has previewed what it claims is the first and only four-socket, 2U quad-core server from a tier-one vendor.

Powered by the newly unveiled Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor 7300 series, the device is designed for network services consolidation, compute services and database applications.

The server will be widely available within 60 days, according to Sun, and the company plans to offer "various systems" based on the Xeon 7300 series to meet the needs of multiple market segments.

John Fowler, executive vice president of the Systems Group at Sun, said: " The Quad-Core Intel Xeon 7300 series platform enables us to build a whole new range of servers that integrate the very best features in system design, virtualisation and system management."

The rapprochement between former foes Intel and Sun continued at the launch of the server when the chip giant endorsed Solaris.

"In addition to announcing the 7300 series today, Intel is reinforcing its commitment to Solaris as a mainstream operating system and the enterprise-class, mission critical Unix OS for Intel Xeon processor-based servers," said Tom Kilroy, vice president and general manager of Intel's Digital Enterprise Group.

Sun cosies up to Intel

Sun shows off Quad-Core Xeon server while Intel endorses Solaris
Robert Jaques, vnunet.com 06 Sep 2007
ADVERTISEMENT

Sun Microsystems has previewed what it claims is the first and only four-socket, 2U quad-core server from a tier-one vendor.

Powered by the newly unveiled Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor 7300 series, the device is designed for network services consolidation, compute services and database applications.

The server will be widely available within 60 days, according to Sun, and the company plans to offer "various systems" based on the Xeon 7300 series to meet the needs of multiple market segments.

John Fowler, executive vice president of the Systems Group at Sun, said: " The Quad-Core Intel Xeon 7300 series platform enables us to build a whole new range of servers that integrate the very best features in system design, virtualisation and system management."

The rapprochement between former foes Intel and Sun continued at the launch of the server when the chip giant endorsed Solaris.

"In addition to announcing the 7300 series today, Intel is reinforcing its commitment to Solaris as a mainstream operating system and the enterprise-class, mission critical Unix OS for Intel Xeon processor-based servers," said Tom Kilroy, vice president and general manager of Intel's Digital Enterprise Group.

5:08 PM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

Intel, UNESCO to Develop Guidelines for Worldwide Teacher Technology Training
09-11-2004 (Paris)
Intel, UNESCO to Develop Guidelines for Worldwide Teacher Technology Training
Intel's Wendy Hawkins, and UNESCO's Abdul Waheed Khan
© UNESCO
Intel Corporation and UNESCO agreed today to collaborate on the development of a model curriculum or syllabus to improve the use of information and communications technology (ICT) in classrooms worldwide.
“Cooperation with the private sector is indispensable if we are to bridge the digital divide. We particularly welcome the opportunity to share know-how and experience with Intel, a leader in IT training for teachers in so many countries,” the Director-General of UNESCO, Koïchiro Matsuura said. “This work is at the core of our mission in the fields of education and communication; it was also endorsed by the international community at last year’s World Summit on the Information Society which also recognized the role of the private sector in the intergovernmental drive to develop inclusive knowledge societies all over the world.”

The Memorandum of Understanding stipulates that UNESCO and Intel will work together on a multi-stakeholder initiative to set standards to improve the quality of ICT teacher training programs. To this end UNESCO, in cooperation with Intel, will develop a syllabus, which sets the standards of ICT knowledge and skills in this area. The syllabus could then be used to design training content that would be delivered to teachers in a multitude of ways, by different providers. Both organizations will also collaborate on the development of a mechanism by which course providers, educational policy-makers and teachers can refer to the syllabus to ascertain that course content and training programs meet the requisite standard.

UNESCO chose to work with Intel, because of Intel’s extensive experience in training teachers on the use of technology and on helping them to integrate the technology into lesson plans. Through the Intel® Teach to the Future program, Intel has trained 2 million teachers around the world.

“The challenge is to find the best use of technology for improving the quality of teaching and learning, while introducing a high degree of flexibility to respond to the regional needs,” said Wendy Hawkins, Intel director of education. “Intel will work with UNESCO to meet this challenge and develop a syllabus that is suitable for use by countries and organizations worldwide. This syllabus will allow for more teachers to receive training and ultimately will provide more students with the skills and desire to harness technology to solve complex problems.”

Intel’s work with UNESCO is part of the Intel® Innovation in Education initiative, a sustained commitment – in collaboration with educators and government leaders worldwide – to help today’s students prepare for the demands of tomorrow.

Intel is focused on helping to integrate technology effectively into the education process and to helping improve science, mathematics, engineering and technology education. For more information visit www.intel.com/education.

AMD powered by slow products......supported by even slower individuals.

5:09 PM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

Intel launches tele-health project
Arup Chanda
Tribune News Service

Tindivanam, September 3
World’s largest computer chip maker Intel Corporation today embarked on a programme here to transform healthcare in rural India along with the union ministry of health and family welfare, sending a message of social responsibility of MNCs operating in the country.

Intel Corporation chairman Craig Barrett and union health minister Dr Anbumani Ramadoss today inaugurated a tele-health project at this small town, 120 km from Chennai.

Barrett said, “Applying technology in pioneering ways can help increase access to healthcare and improve quality of care for people everywhere.”

The Intel chief, who also chairs the United Nations Global Alliance for ICT and development, said, “We have seen how technology has enhanced people’s lives in Baramati, and look forward to seeing this replicated on a larger scale across Tamil Nadu and the rest of the country.”

Intel had deployed its first remote health programmes in a digital village pilot in Baramati, about 120 km from Pune, in Mahrashtra.

Barret said the pilot in Baramati attracted the attention of government and industry leaders, inspiring e-health projects that will be deployed across Tamil Nadu and the country. The projects include a tele-health programme for community hospitals and a school health-monitoring system.

Ramadoss said, “Digital health solutions are the most appropriate tools for achieving our objective of providing healthcare to the poorest citizens living in the remote areas of our country.

These health projects, starting in Tamil Nadu, but later spread out all over the country, are an extension of the Intel World Ahead Program, a global initiative to provide people in developing countries with the benefits of better, faster access to information and communications technology (ICT).

The web-based health referral system at the state government owned hospital here aims to provide improved and cost-effective access to high-quality healthcare and is hosted by Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) on its web health central portal.

It will also enable doctors to view patient records and diagnostic images such as retinal scans over a secure computer network. Through videoconferences, specialists across India can also examine patients remotely.

While at this small town, Barrett also visited a girls’ school for a firsthand look at a children’s health monitoring system developed by TCS. This first-of-its-kind project in Tamil Nadu addresses both healthcare and education by installing technology that helps ensure that government-aided schools are a safe and healthy place for children.

AMD powered by slow products......supported by even slower individuals.

5:09 PM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

Quad-core: A new standard for mainstream servers

Move at market speed with quad-core. You can count on Intel® quad-core processors to keep up with the pace of business. Now available in frequencies up to 2.93GHz at 130 watts, with several 80-watt processors and a 50-watt version optimized for four socket blades and high-density rack form factors. Deliver performance to let you take advantage of a wide rage of business applications.
Inside Quad-Core Intel® Xeon® Processor 7300 Series Technology.

Four execution cores deliver high throughput on processor-intensive applications and workloads.

Data-intensive applications can run faster with four cores, supporting more users and larger workloads.

Redefine system responsiveness and flexibility with the breakthrough performance and energy-efficiency of Quad-Core Intel® Xeon® processors.

AMD powered by slow products......supported by even slower individuals.

5:10 PM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

The Quad-Core Intel® Xeon® processor 7300 series, based on the Intel® Core™ microarchitecture, offers leading scalable performance and best-in-class virtualization for server consolidation.

Experience up to 2x greater scalable performance¹ 2.5x greater virtualization performance², and 3x performance per watt³ than the industry-leading Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor in the same power envelope. These quad-core-based servers enable you to be more productive and reduce data center space, power and administration/operation costs by consolidating your data center onto fewer servers.

80-watt Intel Xeon processors set new standards in energy efficiency. The E7340, E7330, E7320 processors provide 15 percent up to 47 percent decreases in power.◊ For ultradense deployments the 50-watt Intel Xeon processor L7345 provides 47 percent up to 67 percent decrease in power§ from Intel® dual-core 95- and 150-watt processors.

Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor 7300 series product brief (PDF 763KB)

Previous generation: Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor 7100 series product brief (PDF 763KB)

AMD powered by slow products......supported by even slower individuals.

5:11 PM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

he Quad-Core Intel® Xeon® processor 7300 series, based on the Intel® Core™ microarchitecture, offers leading scalable performance and best-in-class virtualization for server consolidation.

Experience up to 2x greater scalable performance¹ 2.5x greater virtualization performance², and 3x performance per watt³ than the industry-leading Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor in the same power envelope. These quad-core-based servers enable you to be more productive and reduce data center space, power and administration/operation costs by consolidating your data center onto fewer servers.

80-watt Intel Xeon processors set new standards in energy efficiency. The E7340, E7330, E7320 processors provide 15 percent up to 47 percent decreases in power.◊ For ultradense deployments the 50-watt Intel Xeon processor L7345 provides 47 percent up to 67 percent decrease in power§ from Intel® dual-core 95- and 150-watt processors.

Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor 7300 series product brief (PDF 763KB)

Previous generation: Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor 7100 series product brief (PDF 763KB)

AMD powered by slow products......supported by even slower individuals.

5:11 PM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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9:02 PM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger netrama said...

Intel had deployed its first remote health programmes in a digital village pilot in Baramati, about 120 km from Pune, in Mahrashtra.

Yeah right, Intel went ahead and distributed some of their bad yield C2D processors to these villagers in a small white pill. After swallowing these white pills, all the villagers were magically cured of their diseases.

Of course even a moron will know that for the purpose that Intel is funding , even an AMD or VIA processor will just do fine. I don’t understand what kind of marketing mileage is Intel seeking with this kind of involvement with an end user of technology solution. I can understand, if HP or Dell touted their shit. but why Intel ??
FYI Intel, when it comes to India and China , price and performance matters, none of your ad-money or crappy marketing tricks like above will help , you might want to re-think where your mouth is :))

11:19 PM, September 12, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...


Yeah right, Intel went ahead and distributed some of their bad yield C2D processors to these villagers in a small white pill.


Why, just because AMD donates nothing to help people around the world? AMD is a sick, pathetic, unethical company. Their only concern is with money.

Why don't you see this: http://video.intel.com/?fr_story=c001533a1f37a14ea015aff434b6b217ba73f2e2&rf=bm


Bad yields? Not at Intel. You must be confusing Intel and AMD. AMD is stuck at 2Ghz. For a 2.5Ghz quad core AMD needs 1.52V! My Q6600 runs at 3Ghz with a voltage of just 1.27V.

12:57 AM, September 13, 2007  
Blogger S said...

You know what ? Intel can pull Via out of the market anytime by withdrawing its license. In fact there were reports a few months ago that this is going to happen. But Intel seems to be holding on. They may be wanting to push AMD all the way off the edge !!! Having Via around will certainly help with the Anti-trust folks.

2:49 AM, September 13, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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9:24 AM, September 13, 2007  
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9:28 AM, September 13, 2007  
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9:37 AM, September 13, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

here is something we will never see from AMD:


Intel News Release
Intel Declares Regular Cash Dividend



SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 11, 2007 – Intel Corporation's board of directors has declared an 11.25 cents per share quarterly dividend on the company's common stock. The dividend will be payable on Dec. 1, 2007 to stockholders of record on Nov. 7, 2007.

About Intel
Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, develops technologies, products and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live. Additional information about Intel is available at www.intel.com/pressroom and blogs.intel.com.

11:14 AM, September 13, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Something else we wont be seeing from AMD any time soon...

Intel News Release
Intel Updates Third-Quarter Revenue and Gross Margin Expectations



SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 10, 2007 – As a result of stronger than expected worldwide demand for its computing products, Intel Corporation now expects revenue for the third quarter to be between $9.4 billion and $9.8 billion as compared to the previous range of $9.0 billion to $9.6 billion.

The gross margin percentage for the third quarter is expected to be in the upper half of the previous range of 52 percent plus or minus a couple of points. All other expectations are unchanged.

Intel's third-quarter Business Outlook was originally published in the company's second-quarter 2007 earnings release, available at intc.com. The company is scheduled to report its third-quarter financial results on Oct. 16.

The above statements and any others in this document that refer to plans and expectations for the third quarter, the year and the future are forward-looking statements that involve a number of risks and uncertainties and do not include the potential impact of any mergers, acquisitions, divestitures or other business combinations that may be completed after Sept. 9. Many factors could affect Intel's actual results, and variances from Intel's current expectations regarding such factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed in these forward-looking statements. Intel presently considers the following to be the important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the corporation's published expectations:

Intel operates in intensely competitive industries that are characterized by a high percentage of costs that are fixed or difficult to reduce in the short term, significant pricing pressures, and product demand that is highly variable and difficult to forecast. Additionally, Intel is in the process of transitioning to its next generation of products on 45nm process technology, and there could be execution issues associated with these changes, including product defects and errata along with lower than anticipated manufacturing yields. Revenue and the gross margin percentage are affected by the timing of new Intel product introductions and the demand for and market acceptance of Intel's products; actions taken by Intel's competitors, including product offerings and introductions, marketing programs and pricing pressures and Intel's response to such actions; Intel's ability to respond quickly to technological developments and to incorporate new features into its products; and the availability of sufficient components from suppliers to meet demand. Factors that could cause demand to be different from Intel's expectations include customer acceptance of Intel's and competitors' products; changes in customer order patterns, including order cancellations; changes in the level of inventory at customers; and changes in business and economic conditions.
The gross margin percentage could vary significantly from expectations based on changes in revenue levels; product mix and pricing; capacity utilization; variations in inventory valuation, including variations related to the timing of qualifying products for sale; excess or obsolete inventory; manufacturing yields; changes in unit costs; impairments of long-lived assets, including manufacturing, assembly/test and intangible assets; and the timing and execution of the manufacturing ramp and associated costs, including start-up costs.
Expenses, particularly certain marketing and compensation expenses, vary depending on the level of demand for Intel's products, the level of revenue and profits, and impairments of long-lived assets.
Intel is in the midst of a structure and efficiency program that is resulting in several actions that could have an impact on expected expense levels and gross margin.
The tax rate expectation is based on current tax law and current expected income. The tax rate may be affected by the closing of acquisitions or divestitures; the jurisdiction in which profits are determined to be earned and taxed; changes in the estimates of credits, benefits and deductions; the resolution of issues arising from tax audits with various tax authorities, including payment of interest and penalties; and the ability to realize deferred tax assets.
Gains or losses from equity securities and interest and other could vary from expectations depending on equity market levels and volatility; gains or losses realized on the sale or exchange of securities; gains or losses from equity method investments; impairment charges related to marketable, non-marketable and other investments; interest rates; cash balances; and changes in fair value of derivative instruments.
Intel's results could be affected by the amount, type, and valuation of share-based awards granted as well as the amount of awards cancelled due to employee turnover and the timing of award exercises by employees.
Intel's results could be impacted by unexpected economic, social, political and physical/infrastructure conditions in the countries in which Intel, its customers or its suppliers operate, including military conflict and other security risks, natural disasters, infrastructure disruptions, health concerns and fluctuations in currency exchange rates.
Intel's results could be affected by adverse effects associated with product defects and errata (deviations from published specifications), and by litigation or regulatory matters involving intellectual property, stockholder, consumer, antitrust and other issues, such as the litigation and regulatory matters described in Intel's SEC reports.

A detailed discussion of these and other factors that could affect Intel's results is included in Intel's SEC filings, including the report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended June 30, 2007.

About Intel
Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, develops technologies, products and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live. Additional information about Intel is available at www.intel.com/pressroom and blogs.intel.com.

11:15 AM, September 13, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Intel News Release
Intel Launches First Industry-Standard Quad-Core Products for High-End, Multi-Processor Servers


Intel Now Offering 20-Plus Server and Desktop Quad Cores from 50 Watts and up to 3GHz
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 5, 2007 – Intel Corporation has unveiled the industry's first quad-core processors specifically designed for multi-processor (MP) servers running applications requiring uncompromised performance, reliability and scalability. Such applications are typically run in virtualized environments for server consolidation and database uses, enterprise resource planning and business intelligence.

The six new Quad-Core Xeon® 7300 series processors can deliver more than twice the performance and more than three times the performance per watt over the company's previous generation dual-core products. They complete the company's speedy transition to its innovative and energy-efficient Core™ microarchitecture in less than 15 months. This platform's energy-efficient performance, coupled with enhanced virtualization capabilities, will enable customers to significantly lower their total cost of ownership.

The energy-efficient 7300 series includes frequencies up to 2.93GHz at 130 watts, several 80-watt processors and a 50-watt version optimized for four socket blades and high-density rack form factors with a frequency of 1.86GHz. The Intel® 7300 chipset with Data Traffic Optimizations provides a balanced platform design with several new technologies that enhance data movement between the processors, memory and I/O connections. HP* delivered a new blade world record** for SAP® Sales and Distribution (SD) Benchmark with a result of 3,500 SD users on a HP ProLiant BL680c G5 blade server with four Quad-core Intel® Xeon® processor model E7340s running at 2.4 GHz.

"Intel Xeon-based multi-processor servers are the backbone of the enterprise," said Tom Kilroy, Intel vice president and co-general manager of the Digital Enterprise Group. "With the Xeon 7300 series, Intel is delivering new levels of performance and performance per watt, and driving the Intel Core microarchitecture into such innovative systems as four-socket, 16-core blades that use less energy than our older models. It's simply amazing."

New Levels of Virtualization and Scalability
By delivering the benefits of the Intel Core Microarchitecture with quad-core performance and Intel® Virtualization Technology to these high-end servers, Intel is providing customers with an ideal platform for virtualization and server consolidation.

In addition to twice the cores, the 7300 series and Intel 7300 chipset offer up to four times the memory capacity of Intel's previous MP platforms, enabling very large consolidation ratios that can reduce space, power and operation costs.

With the introduction of the Xeon 7300, users will now be able to pool all of their Intel Core microarchitecture based server resources, whether they are single-, dual- or multi-processor based, into a dynamic virtual server infrastructure that allows live virtual machine migration that can improve usage models like failover, load balancing, disaster recovery, or server maintenance. The previously announced Intel VT FlexMigration will assist the seamless addition of Intel's next generation 45nm Core microarchitecture-based platforms to such resource pools.

"VMware and Intel have worked together to optimize VMware ESX Server* on the Xeon 7300, resulting in new levels of performance for our combined solution," said Brian Byun, VMware's vice president, Global Partners and Solutions. "With the introduction of the Quad-Core Intel® Xeon Processor 7300 Series, our partners and customers benefit from increased platform choice and increased performance headroom from the new quad-core four-socket server systems. These advances in the Intel platform, combined with our joint work on enhancing VMware VMotion* compatibility, means increased customer ROI and investment protection for building out their VMware virtual infrastructure." Using the VMmark benchmark, which measures virtualization performance, an Intel 7300 series-based system achieved the highest single-server virtualization metric.

A simultaneous release of a 50-watt processor, or 12.5-watt per core, will drive the production of energy-efficient ultra-dense deployments such as four-socket blade servers and dense rack form factors. Intel is also improving business productivity by offering configurations with large memory footprints and up to 32-way scalability.

Building on the leadership established by the Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor 5300 series, the new Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor 7300 series sets new world records** on key industry-standard benchmarks:

HP delivered several world record results on its HP ProLiant DL580 G5 server. On the TPC*-C benchmark, which measures database performance, HP shattered the previous record with a score of 407,079** tpmC at $1.71/tpmC using the Microsoft SQL* Server Database. Using the SAP*-SD benchmark, which measures ERP performance, the company set a new record with a score of 3705 SD users**. On the SPEC*web2005 benchmark, which measures web server performance, HP achieved an all-time record score of 30,261.

A Fujitsu-Siemens PRIMERGY* RX600 S4 server running BEA JRockit JVM delivered a record-breaking SPECjbb*2005 result of 437,412** BOPS, 101 percent better than previous- generation Intel Xeon processor based platforms.

An IBM* System x3850 M2 server using the SPECint*_rate_base2006 benchmark, which measures integer throughput, set a new world record with a score of 184**.

A Lenovo* R630 G7 server using the SPECint*_rate2006 benchmark, which measures "peak" integer throughput, set a new world record with a score of 214**.

The Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor 7300 Series-based servers demonstrate outstanding virtualization capability by delivering up to 167 percent performance improvement compared to the previous generation of Intel processors. This result was achieved with Virtual Iron 4.0 Software running the vConsolidate benchmark.

Starting today, servers based on the Xeon 7300 series processors are expected to be announced by more than 50 system manufacturers, including Dell*, Egenera*, Fujitsu*, Fujitsu-Siemens*, Hitachi*, HP*, IBM*, NEC*, Sun*, Supermicro*, and Unisys*. For channel customers looking for complete platforms based on these new processors, Intel offers the Intel® S7000FC4UR server platform. The platform delivers strong, scalable performance, expansive capacity and proven enterprise-class reliability for virtualization and consolidation.

Many software vendors are also supporting Xeon 7300 based platforms with innovative solutions enabling virtualization and scalable performance. These include BEA, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP and VMware. In addition, the Solaris Operating System and thousands of applications that operate on it can immediately take advantage of the performance leadership of Intel Xeon 7300-based platforms offering an enterprise-class, mission-critical UNIX OS for Intel Xeon processor-based servers.

Pricing of these new quad-core processors depends on the speeds, features and amount ordered, and ranges from $856 to $2,301 in quantities of 1,000. For more details on the performance characteristics of the Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor 7300 series, visit www.intel.com/performance/server/xeon_mp/summary.htm.

For more details on the Intel S7000FC4UR server system visit www.intel.com/design/servers/platforms/S7000FC4UR.

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11:16 AM, September 13, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Oh and oneexpert, for every cut and paste of AMD news you do, I'll do four from Intel.

Moron.

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12:28 PM, September 13, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

THE FINANCIAL ANALYSTS over at UBS Investment Research think that AMD's Barcelona is not enough to tip the balance in its favour over Intel.

According to a note sent to its wealthy clients that I've seen even though I'm practically destitute, Barcelona doesn't have a big lead over Intel. The credit crunch won't help AMD because financing its "deep negative" cash flow is gonna be tough.

Also, it seems to UBS that next week's Intel Development Forum (IDF) will see Intel showing off fab new prods. AMD has to execute Mr Griffin and Mr Phenom perfectly for average selling prices to rise.

It also reckons a few of AMD's ideas such as "Bobcat" and "Torrenza" should be canned. It is valuing AMD at $15. AMD is trading at $12.69 right now, INTC at $25.33, and Rambus (RMBS) at $17.50. µ

12:36 PM, September 13, 2007  
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SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 11, 2007 – Intel Corporation's board of directors has declared an 11.25 cents per share quarterly dividend on the company's common stock. The dividend will be payable on Dec. 1, 2007 to stockholders of record on Nov. 7, 2007.

AMD would pay it's shareholders a dividend but they don't have any cash to do so!

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ANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 10, 2007 – RadiSys Corporation and Intel Corporation today announced that they have signed a definitive agreement for Intel to sell certain assets of its modular communications platforms business to RadiSys. The acquisition will further RadiSys' global leadership position in ATCA platforms and solutions for telecommunication equipment manufacturers worldwide and is expected to close in September, subject to normal closing conditions. The consideration for this transaction will consist of a purchase price of $25 million plus $6.75 million of inventory and other considerations. RadiSys expects the transaction to add at least $50 million of ongoing revenue per year once integrated into RadiSys' operations.

"RadiSys is pleased to add the Intel modular communications platform assets to our product portfolio and is committed to ensuring our new customers needs are well serviced both in the short and long term," said Scott Grout, RadiSys president and CEO. "With a 20-year history of technology leadership and customer commitment in the communications and embedded segments, and as a Premier member of the Intel Communications Alliance, RadiSys is the perfect home for these products and customers. The addition of the Intel modular communication assets to our award winning Promentum™ product family helps us accelerate our ATCA product strategy, broadens our customer base and expands our addressable market."

The two companies will be working together during the coming months to seamlessly transition the assets in order to continue to offer high quality service and support to all customers. A significant number of the employees associated with these product lines, including engineering, product testing/validation, operations and marketing personnel are expected to accept offers from RadiSys and transition with the product lines. Products associated with the sale include ATCA compute and packet processing blades, ATCA chassis, and Chassis Management Hardware and Software Modules, AMC module as well as cPCI blades, cPCI chassis, and other legacy systems products.

"Intel is sharpening its focus on communications and embedded market segments that are aligned with our core businesses," said Doug Davis, vice president and general manager of Intel's Embedded and Communications Group. "The modular communications platform business presents an attractive market opportunity, and these products will remain an important part of the Intel ecosystem. We will collaborate closely with RadiSys, as a premier Intel Communications Alliance member, to ensure that customers have complete and competitive Intel Architecture-based solutions."

Intel will continue to serve the telecommunications market segment with market leading processors and other silicon components. The planned sale does not impact the company's carrier-grade rack mount servers product lines.


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Intel Launches First Industry-Standard Quad-Core Products for High-End, Multi-Processor Servers

Intel Now Offering 20-Plus Server and Desktop Quad Cores from 50 Watts and up to 3GHz

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 5, 2007 – Intel Corporation has unveiled the industry's first quad-core processors specifically designed for multi-processor (MP) servers running applications requiring uncompromised performance, reliability and scalability. Such applications are typically run in virtualized environments for server consolidation and database uses, enterprise resource planning and business intelligence.

The six new Quad-Core Xeon® 7300 series processors can deliver more than twice the performance and more than three times the performance per watt over the company's previous generation dual-core products. They complete the company's speedy transition to its innovative and energy-efficient Core™ microarchitecture in less than 15 months. This platform's energy-efficient performance, coupled with enhanced virtualization capabilities, will enable customers to significantly lower their total cost of ownership.

The energy-efficient 7300 series includes frequencies up to 2.93GHz at 130 watts, several 80-watt processors and a 50-watt version optimized for four socket blades and high-density rack form factors with a frequency of 1.86GHz. The Intel® 7300 chipset with Data Traffic Optimizations provides a balanced platform design with several new technologies that enhance data movement between the processors, memory and I/O connections. HP* delivered a new blade world record** for SAP® Sales and Distribution (SD) Benchmark with a result of 3,500 SD users on a HP ProLiant BL680c G5 blade server with four Quad-core Intel® Xeon® processor model E7340s running at 2.4 GHz.

"Intel Xeon-based multi-processor servers are the backbone of the enterprise," said Tom Kilroy, Intel vice president and co-general manager of the Digital Enterprise Group. "With the Xeon 7300 series, Intel is delivering new levels of performance and performance per watt, and driving the Intel Core microarchitecture into such innovative systems as four-socket, 16-core blades that use less energy than our older models. It's simply amazing."

New Levels of Virtualization and Scalability
By delivering the benefits of the Intel Core Microarchitecture with quad-core performance and Intel® Virtualization Technology to these high-end servers, Intel is providing customers with an ideal platform for virtualization and server consolidation.

In addition to twice the cores, the 7300 series and Intel 7300 chipset offer up to four times the memory capacity of Intel's previous MP platforms, enabling very large consolidation ratios that can reduce space, power and operation costs.

With the introduction of the Xeon 7300, users will now be able to pool all of their Intel Core microarchitecture based server resources, whether they are single-, dual- or multi-processor based, into a dynamic virtual server infrastructure that allows live virtual machine migration that can improve usage models like failover, load balancing, disaster recovery, or server maintenance. The previously announced Intel VT FlexMigration will assist the seamless addition of Intel's next generation 45nm Core microarchitecture-based platforms to such resource pools.

"VMware and Intel have worked together to optimize VMware ESX Server* on the Xeon 7300, resulting in new levels of performance for our combined solution," said Brian Byun, VMware's vice president, Global Partners and Solutions. "With the introduction of the Quad-Core Intel® Xeon Processor 7300 Series, our partners and customers benefit from increased platform choice and increased performance headroom from the new quad-core four-socket server systems. These advances in the Intel platform, combined with our joint work on enhancing VMware VMotion* compatibility, means increased customer ROI and investment protection for building out their VMware virtual infrastructure." Using the VMmark benchmark, which measures virtualization performance, an Intel 7300 series-based system achieved the highest single-server virtualization metric.

A simultaneous release of a 50-watt processor, or 12.5-watt per core, will drive the production of energy-efficient ultra-dense deployments such as four-socket blade servers and dense rack form factors. Intel is also improving business productivity by offering configurations with large memory footprints and up to 32-way scalability.

Building on the leadership established by the Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor 5300 series, the new Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor 7300 series sets new world records** on key industry-standard benchmarks:

HP delivered several world record results on its HP ProLiant DL580 G5 server. On the TPC*-C benchmark, which measures database performance, HP shattered the previous record with a score of 407,079** tpmC at $1.71/tpmC using the Microsoft SQL* Server Database. Using the SAP*-SD benchmark, which measures ERP performance, the company set a new record with a score of 3705 SD users**. On the SPEC*web2005 benchmark, which measures web server performance, HP achieved an all-time record score of 30,261.

A Fujitsu-Siemens PRIMERGY* RX600 S4 server running BEA JRockit JVM delivered a record-breaking SPECjbb*2005 result of 437,412** BOPS, 101 percent better than previous- generation Intel Xeon processor based platforms.

An IBM* System x3850 M2 server using the SPECint*_rate_base2006 benchmark, which measures integer throughput, set a new world record with a score of 184**.

A Lenovo* R630 G7 server using the SPECint*_rate2006 benchmark, which measures "peak" integer throughput, set a new world record with a score of 214**.

The Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor 7300 Series-based servers demonstrate outstanding virtualization capability by delivering up to 167 percent performance improvement compared to the previous generation of Intel processors. This result was achieved with Virtual Iron 4.0 Software running the vConsolidate benchmark.

Starting today, servers based on the Xeon 7300 series processors are expected to be announced by more than 50 system manufacturers, including Dell*, Egenera*, Fujitsu*, Fujitsu-Siemens*, Hitachi*, HP*, IBM*, NEC*, Sun*, Supermicro*, and Unisys*. For channel customers looking for complete platforms based on these new processors, Intel offers the Intel® S7000FC4UR server platform. The platform delivers strong, scalable performance, expansive capacity and proven enterprise-class reliability for virtualization and consolidation.

Many software vendors are also supporting Xeon 7300 based platforms with innovative solutions enabling virtualization and scalable performance. These include BEA, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP and VMware. In addition, the Solaris Operating System and thousands of applications that operate on it can immediately take advantage of the performance leadership of Intel Xeon 7300-based platforms offering an enterprise-class, mission-critical UNIX OS for Intel Xeon processor-based servers.

Pricing of these new quad-core processors depends on the speeds, features and amount ordered, and ranges from $856 to $2,301 in quantities of 1,000. For more details on the performance characteristics of the Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor 7300 series, visit www.intel.com/performance/server/xeon_mp/summary.htm.

For more details on the Intel S7000FC4UR server system visit www.intel.com/design/servers/platforms/S7000FC4UR.

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Intel Announces World Ahead Alliance and UNESCO Pact in India

Alliance to Extend Scale and Impact of Intel's Digital Inclusion Efforts

NEW DELHI, Sept. 5, 2007 — Marking a new phase of Intel's World Ahead Program, an alliance of 16 companies has formed to expand Intel's efforts to provide people in developing countries with the benefits of technology.

During a visit that coincides with the country's observance of "Teachers Day," Intel Corporation Chairman Craig Barrett announced the formation of the World Ahead Alliance in India. The alliance pledges to apply technology to advance health, education and rural empowerment. Barrett also announced that Intel India has signed an agreement with the New Delhi affiliate of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to create a partnership focused on advancing Intel's education initiatives.

"This alliance is a perfect example of the industry partnerships emerging in India today," said Barrett, who also chairs the United Nations Global Alliance for Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and Development. "We hope to initiate other efforts like these that can scale to produce positive outcomes and benefit citizens around the world."

"It's rewarding to see our pioneering work taking root," added R. Sivakumar, managing director, Intel South Asia. "India clearly played a pivotal role in the initial phase of the Intel World Ahead Program by developing computing technologies that have worldwide application, such as the Intel-powered Classmate PC, and by introducing innovative projects that will have a life-changing impact on India's citizens."

India Companies Team Up in World Ahead Alliance
The World Ahead Alliance brings together 16 Indian organizations that have been influential in the results achieved during the early phases of the Intel World Ahead Program, including non-profits, education companies, hospitals and service and technology providers. Members consist of Appollo, Comat Technologies, the Digital Empowerment Foundation, Educomp Solutions Limited., eGovServices, Fortis Healthcare, Karishma Software Limited, Manipal University, Narayana Hrudayalaya, NIIT Limited, Sankara Nethralaya, SN Informatics Private Limited, SREI SAHAJ e-village Limited, Tata Consultancy Services, Vidya Pratishthan's Institute of Information Technology (VIIT) and Zoom Developers Pvt. Limited.

Many of these companies have already played a key role in helping Intel develop and deploy technology and training solutions in the areas of e-government, e-health, rural empowerment and education. For example, since launching its first digital community pilot in Baramati with VIIT last November, Intel is implementing additional joint pilot projects across India through several relationships.

Other examples of Intel's World Ahead efforts in India include working with state governments to equip approximately 100 schools with desktop PCs and the Intel-powered Classmate PC, an affordable, full-featured student laptop designed at the Intel's development center in Bangalore. Intel and 15 state governments have also trained more than 730,000 teachers how to apply technology to improve student learning through the Intel® Teach Program. With the Ministry for Health and Family Welfare of the government of India, Intel helped inaugurate two rural health projects in India this week, including a pilot program for remote diagnostics and screening at Tindivanam Taluk Hospital in Tamil Nadu.

UNESCO Agreement to Extend Reach of Education Initiatives
The agreement between Intel and UNESCO formalizes both parties' intentions to work together in several key areas in the education sphere.

"As a grandfather, I have realized that the best gift you can give the next generation is a better education," Barrett said. "Every child deserves that opportunity."

The memorandum of understanding calls for UNESCO and Intel to work jointly in areas that include teacher professional development, developing policies for the innovative use of technology in curriculum and promoting scientific research in higher education.

"UNESCO recognizes that the effective integration of ICT and other technology components in the education system requires sustained public-private partnerships between multilateral organizations, government education bodies, academia and leading private technology players like Intel," said Minja Yang, director and representative, UNESCO. "This agreement confirms our desire to collaborate with Intel in India and together determine the best use of ICT in education to accelerate social and economic development."

Through its World Ahead Program, Intel strives to improve education, healthcare, entrepreneurship and government services in developing countries worldwide by accelerating access to computers, connectivity and localized Internet content. Additional information is available at www.intel.com/changingtheworld and www.intel.com/intel/worldahead.

During the next 100 days, Barrett will also visit China, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America to explore how digital inclusion programs are taking root and creating life-changing opportunities. In addition, as chairman of the U.N. GAID, Barrett will play a leadership role in the Connect Africa summit hosted by the Government of Rwanda, and co-organized by the International Telecommunications Union, the World Bank and the African Union, in Kigali, Rwanda, Oct. 29-30. The summit focuses on mobilizing the human, technical and financial resources needed to close major gaps in Africa's ICT infrastructure.

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Intel Chairman Launches World Ahead Program in Bangladesh to Extend Digital Inclusion to Millions

DHAKA, Bangladesh, Sept. 4, 2007 — Marking his first visit to Bangladesh, Intel Corporation Chairman Craig Barrett announced one of the most comprehensive deployments to date of the Intel World Ahead Program, a global effort to provide people in developing countries with the benefits of better, faster access to information and communications technology (ICT).

The country-wide implementation of the World Ahead Program is also being launched in collaboration with the government of Bangladesh and includes education initiatives.

Program elements will be driven largely through a new agreement being forged between Intel and Grameen Solutions, a company founded by Muhammad Yunus to promote economic and social development through ICT and to create affordable technology solutions for ordinary people. Under the terms of the agreement, Intel and Grameen will jointly promote and support digital inclusion projects across Bangladesh to improve education, connectivity and access to technology and localized Internet content and software applications.

"By working together, Grameen and Intel can help Bangladesh make rapid progress in providing its citizens with opportunities for economic and social advancement," said Barrett, who also chairs the United Nations Global Alliance for ICT and Development. "As Professor Yunus has so eloquently stated in the past, these programs are not about giving handouts, but a hand up."

"All human beings have enormous potential inherent in them," said Yunus, who was jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize with Grameen Bank in 2006. "The problem is that poor people do not get the opportunity to ever discover their own potential because of the social and economic barriers built around them. I firmly believe that information and communication technology can play a dramatic role in the fight against rural poverty.

"Working with Intel and with support from the government, we're hoping to do what other emerging countries have done in a shorter time by launching a comprehensive set of programs to address technology accessibility, education, healthcare and connectivity across Bangladesh," Yunus added. "I am very happy to partner with Intel in achieving our social mission."

The effort to stimulate rural development in Bangladesh is also supported at the highest levels of government, including the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Science and Information and Communication Technology, which will assist with implementation.

"We want to collaborate with Intel to bring technology close to Bangladesh," said Tapan Chowdhury, Honorable Adviser, Ministry of Science and Information and Communication Technology. "The Intel World Ahead program is a holistic program which will help build everything - the right systems tailored to local needs, critical connectivity, and sustainable local capabilities through quality education which will make a meaningful difference in people's lives."

Enabling Accessibility, Education, Connectivity and Content
Intel and Grameen will jointly introduce several programs to make it easier for people across Bangladesh to access the vast resources of medical, educational and commercial knowledge on the Internet. Together they will deploy a PC ownership program that will offer low-cost PCs on easy monthly installments and will launch a project to set up telecenters across the country. The telecenters will enable employment opportunities for rural citizens to offer services such as Internet access, photocopying, printing and PC usage for e-government and e-commerce services. The centers will be financed through micro-loans.

"Micro-credit and ICT both have a common capacity – the capacity to empower poor people," Yunus said.

Plans are already underway for Intel and Grameen to make the Intel-powered Classmate PC more available to students. An affordable, full-featured student laptop, the Classmate PC is seen as well suited to promoting project-based learning in primary schools.

"Education is vital in developing a skilled workforce," said Barrett, noting that Intel has also committed to donate approximately 1,000 computers to schools over 3 years. Intel will work with the government to implement this program and will donate enough PCs next year to set up a PC lab in all 64 districts across the country.

With support from Grameen and the Ministry of Education, Intel is developing plans to launch its education initiatives in Bangladesh, including the Intel® Teach and Intel® Learn programs. The Intel Teach program trains teachers how to integrate technology in the curriculum to enhance classroom learning. The community-based Intel Learn program cultivates technology, critical-thinking and collaboration skills in underserved youths ages 8-16.

Intel also will work with software companies in Bangladesh to develop localized Internet content and software for the government, schools and the telecenters. For example, Intel plans to work with local software companies to introduce Intel's skoool™ Learning and Teaching Technology. The interactive learning Web site will provide math and science lessons tailored for local needs.

Intel and Grameen plan to collaborate through public and private partnerships on the deployment of WiMAX technology. WiMAX is widely hailed as a cost-effective and efficient way to deliver broadband Internet access to rural communities.

Furthering Intel's commitment to Bangladesh, the Intel Foundation pledged to donate $50,000 to the Chief Advisor's Relief and Welfare Fund to help with flood relief. The foundation will also match Intel employee contributions dollar-for-dollar.

During the next 100 days, Barrett will also visit India, China, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America to explore how digital inclusion programs are taking root and creating life-changing opportunities. In addition, as chairman of the U.N. GAID, Barrett will play a leadership role in the Connect Africa summit hosted by the Government of Rwanda, and co-organized by the International Telecommunications Union, the World Bank and the African Union, in Kigali, Rwanda, Oct. 29-30. The summit focuses on mobilizing the human, technical and financial resources needed to close major gaps in Africa's ICT infrastructure.

Through its World Ahead Program, Intel strives to improve education, healthcare, entrepreneurship and government services in developing countries worldwide by accelerating access to computers, connectivity and localized Internet content. Additional information is available at www.intel.com/changingtheworld and www.intel.com/intel/worldahead.

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Government, Industry of India Launch E-Health Projects to Extend Benefits of Intel World Ahead Program

Remote Diagnosis, Education Programs to Help Millions Lead Healthier Lives

TINDIVANAM, India, Sept. 3, 2007 — In collaboration with India's Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Intel Corporation Chairman Craig Barrett announced a sweeping new effort to transform healthcare in rural India. The health projects, starting in Tamil Nadu, a state with a population of 62 million, reflect an extension of the Intel World Ahead Program, a global initiative to provide people in developing countries with the benefits of better, faster access to information and communications technology (ICT).

Barrett and Anbumani Ramadoss, India's Minister for Health and Family Welfare, unveiled two projects conceived when they met last November. At the time, Intel had deployed its first remote health programs in a digital village pilot in Baramati, a small town about 120 kilometers from Pune. The pilot in Baramati attracted the attention of government and industry leaders, inspiring e-health projects that will be deployed across Tamil Nadu and the country. The projects include a tele-health program for community hospitals and a school health-monitoring system.

"Applying technology in pioneering ways can help increase access to healthcare and improve quality of care for people everywhere," said Barrett, who also chairs the United Nations Global Alliance for ICT and Development. "We've seen how technology has enhanced people's lives in Baramati, and look forward to seeing this replicated on a larger scale across Tamil Nadu and the rest of the country."

"Digital health solutions are the most appropriate tools for achieving our objective of providing health care to the poorest citizens living in the remote areas of our country," Ramadoss said. "We are confident that these solutions that we're implementing here can be a model for developing communities worldwide, and will also help us to reduce disease burden on our healthy citizens – poor or rich."

During his visit to Tindivanam, a town in Tamil Nadu, Barrett participated in the inauguration of a tele-health pilot project at Tindivanam Taluk Hospital, a 100-plus bed facility serving a taluk of more than 210,000 people. The pilot is being driven by Bangalore's Narayana Hrudayalaya hospital and Chennai' Sankara Nethralaya hospital, as well as Indian-based companies Microsense, S.N. Informatics and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS).

The web-based Health Referral System aims to provide improved and cost-effective access to high-quality healthcare and is hosted on TCS' WebHealthCentral portal. The project will bring community residents the benefits of health screening and remote diagnostics by specialists, beginning with ophthalmology and cardiology. It will also enable doctors to view patient records and diagnostic images such as retinal scans over a secure computer network. Through videoconferences, specialists across India can also examine patients remotely.

While in Tindivinam, Barrett also visited the St. Philomena Girls' Higher Secondary School for a firsthand look at a children's health monitoring system developed by TCS. This first-of-its-kind project in the state addresses both healthcare and education by installing technology that helps ensure the government-aided school is a safe and healthy place for children.

The Web-based solution introduces schoolchildren and faculty to such benefits as digitized health records and health camps with participatory, action-based health learning. TCS hopes to create a model that can be implemented in schools across the country.

"The e-health initiatives scaling across Tamil Nadu and the country prove how much can be achieved when private industry and government work hand-in-hand to help millions of citizens lead healthier lives," said Barrett who is making his ninth visit to India this week.

Through its World Ahead Program, Intel strives to improve education, healthcare, entrepreneurship and government services in developing countries worldwide by accelerating access to computers, connectivity and localized Internet content. Additional information is available at www.intel.com/changingtheworld and www.intel.com/intel/worldahead.

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ntel to Respond to Request for Additional Information in Creation of New Flash Memory Company

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 30, 2007 – Intel Corporation today announced it has received a request for additional information from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in connection with the agency's regulatory review of the proposed transaction with STMicroelectronics and certain affiliates of Francisco Partners to form a private, independent semiconductor company that will design, develop and manufacture non-volatile memory products.

While no estimate is being provided for a specific transaction closure date, Intel intends to respond promptly to the information request by the FTC (also known as a "second request"). The company will also continue to work closely with the agency as it conducts its review under the Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) Act. Once the FTC determines that the company has substantially complied with the second request, the HSR Act requires a waiting period of 30 days before the transaction may be closed.

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New Intel® vPro™ Processor Technology Fortifies Security for Business PCs

Next Generation Product Offers New Features and Broader Vendor Support

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 27, 2007 – Intel Corporation today further reinforced desktop PC security by unveiling the newest generation of Intel® vPro™ processor technology for businesses and IT with new innovations that add better protection against hacking, viruses and other threats.

Intel vPro processor technology packages a powerful new Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor, Intel® Q35 Express chipset and several technology innovations offering a host of security and management capabilities for desktop PCs, including some that were previously impossible, such as the ability to wake and repair a computer with an inoperative operating system or hard drive. As a result, businesses can reduce costs by limiting expensive and time-consuming deskside visits, and by improving power savings through the ability to turn off PCs and securely wake them when required.

Security features included in this latest Intel vPro processor technology (formerly codenamed Weybridge) are designed to protect against software-based attacks and also filter and defend against viruses and other threats.

"Today, the business desktop PC just got more secure," said Robert B. Crooke, vice president and general manager of Intel's Business Client Group. "This generation of Intel vPro processor technology arrives with new security and management capabilities along with support from every leading PC manufacturer and software solution vendor in the world."

New in this product is Intel® Trusted Execution Technology (Intel® TXT, formerly codenamed LaGrande). Intel TXT protects data within virtualized computing environments, an important feature as IT managers are considering the adoption of new virtualization-enabled computer uses. Used in conjunction with a new generation of the company's virtualization technology – Intel® Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O – Intel TXT ensures that virtual machine monitors are less vulnerable to attacks that cannot be detected by today's conventional software-security solutions. By isolating assigned memory through this hardware-based protection, it keeps data in each virtual partition protected from unauthorized access from software in another partition.

In addition, Intel enhanced its Intel vPro processor technology with improved System Defense Filters. These filters can identify greater numbers and varieties of threats in the network traffic flow.

The latest version of Intel vPro processor technology also offers an embedded trust agent, the first certified by Cisco, providing the industry's only 802.1x compatible manageability solution not dependent on OS-availability. This trust agent offers Cisco's IT customers the ability to manage systems, even if powered off or the OS is down, without lowering the security on 802.1x networks and Cisco* Self-Defending Network products.

Further boosting PC manageability is the newest generation of Intel Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT). Intel® AMT allows for inventory and repair PCs "out of band" – meaning even if the OS has crashed or the PC is turned off. Enhancements include convenient remote configuration tools and compliance with the latest industry standards. The company expects that PCs with this version of Intel vPro processor technology will be among the first to comply with the Distributed Management Task Force's DASH 1.0 draft interoperability specification and Web Services Management (WS-MAN).

The new Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor and Intel® Q35 Express chipset together will deliver improvements in energy-efficiency through a combination of performance increases and reductions in power consumption, thereby helping businesses support their own "Green IT" objectives and Energy Star* requirements. For the highest-volume processor, the 2007 Intel vPro processor technology delivers 30 percent greater performance than the previous-generation product, while significantly reducing power consumption.

Major computer makers and channel resellers around the world are now selling desktop PCs with Intel vPro processor technology. Currently, more than 350 companies are deploying this technology worldwide ranging from the thousands to tens of thousands of PCs per business.

"Customers tell us that they want a partner that will help them simplify IT," said Vivek Mohindra, vice president, Dell Product Group. "The OptiPlex 755 has the most flexible systems management capabilities, including Intel vPro processor technology, to drive more efficiency so IT professionals can focus on innovation rather than system maintenance."

"Security and client management are top concerns for our customers' business," said Kevin Frost, Worldwide Vice President, HP Business PCs. "To address these customer demands, HP remains committed to supporting Intel vPro processor technology. Through providing its innovative capabilities on the industry's broadest portfolio of desktops and notebooks, HP is the leader in delivering secure and manageable vPro-enabled desktops."

"The new ThinkCentre M57 desktop combines Lenovo's innovative ThinkVantage Technologies with Intel vPro technology to provide a secure and manageable desktop that reduces the total cost of ownership," said Dilip Bhatia, executive director of Global Desktop Marketing, Lenovo. "Customers looking for a stable, secure and manageable PC will find our best-engineered desktop and notebook PCs simplify fleet management in any computing environment."

Businesses can also enjoy energy-efficient performance, PC security and manageability along with wireless mobility on notebook PCs with Intel® Centrino® Pro processor technology which started shipping in May.

About Intel
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Intel, the Intel logo, "Intel. Leap ahead.," Intel vPro and Intel Centrino are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries.

* Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

No computer system can provide absolute security under all conditions. Intel® Trusted Execution Technology (Intel® TXT) requires a computer system with Intel® Virtualization Technology, an Intel TXT-enabled processor, chipset, BIOS, Authenticated Code Modules and an Intel TXT-compatible measured launched environment (MLE). The MLE could consist of a virtual machine monitor, an OS or an application. In addition, Intel TXT requires the system to contain a TPM v1.2, as defined by the Trusted Computing Group and specific software for some uses. Local laws and regulations may limit Intel TXT’s availability in certain countries. For more information, see www.intel.com/technology/security.

Intel® Active Management Technology requires the computer system to have an Intel® AMT-enabled chipset, network hardware and software, as well as connection with a power source and a corporate network connection. With regard to notebooks, Intel AMT may not be available or certain capabilities may be limited over a host OS-based VPN or when connecting wirelessly, on battery power, sleeping, hibernating or powered off. For more information, see www.intel.com/technology/manage/iamt.

ENERGY STAR denotes a system level energy specification, defined by the US Environmental Protection Agency, that relies upon all of the system's components, including processor, chipset, power supply, HDD, graphics controller and memory to meet the specification. For more information, see www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?fuseaction=find_a_product.showProductGroup&pgw_code=CO.

Performance tests and ratings are measured using specific computer systems and/or components and reflect the approximate performance of Intel products as measured by those tests. Any difference in system hardware or software design or configuration may affect actual performance. Buyers should consult other sources of information to evaluate the performance of systems or components they are considering purchasing. For more information on performance tests and on the performance of Intel products, visit Intel Performance Benchmark Limitations.



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Intel to Move NOR Flash Memory Products for Embedded to 65nm Process Technology

Shift to 65nm Provides Embedded Customers Longer Product Life and Price/Performance

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 21, 2007 – To support its embedded technology customers, Intel Corporation announced today plans to extend its embedded NOR flash products to the 65-nanometer (nm) generation. According to the company, the move to 65nm process technology will provide price/performance balance and ensure support for extended product life cycles, both important factors to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) designing for embedded market segments. Intel's 65nm products, which are typically used in consumer electronics devices, wired communications equipment and industrial applications, are expected to start sampling to customers in the first half of 2008.

"Most embedded designs remain in production longer than cell phones or other consumer devices," said Glen Hawk, general manager, Intel Flash Products Group. "Intel NOR wireless products are already being manufactured in high volume on this leading edge process. We are using this knowledge and expertise to accelerate our product development and production schedule."

The move to 65nm process for embedded will enable Intel to support the longer product life cycle, as well as offer enhanced product features and cost efficiencies. Intel NOR product offerings for embedded market segments include both parallel and serial solutions. Intel StrataFlash® Embedded Memory (P30/P33) is Intel's lowest cost-per-bit, high-density, high-performance single chip code and data solution. Intel® Embedded Flash Memory (J3 v.D) offers drop-in compatible upgrade paths for legacy designs. Its enhanced features support mainstream embedded applications that need value and scalability. The industry-standard Intel® Serial Flash Memory (S33) simplifies board design and saves board space with a low pin-count interface and smaller package for a range of applications such as TVs, DVDs, PCs, modems and printers.

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New Intel Server Processors Provide Ultimate Choice in Speed and Energy Efficiency

Spanning 2.0 GHz at Only 50 Watts to 3.0 GHz, Customers Can Now Achieve Even Higher Performance with Greater Power Savings

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 13, 2007 – Continuing with its flurry of delivering quad-core server processors and other products ahead of schedule, Intel Corporation launched two quad-core Intel® Xeon® processors. The new processors boast unprecedented combinations of performance and energy efficiency, along with a pricing strategy to move the enterprise industry to multi-core systems. The new Intel® Xeon® Processors X5365 and L5335 also contain new virtualization capabilities.

Designed for companies running performance-critical server and workstation applications, the Intel Xeon Processor X5365 is the industry's first 3.0 GHz quad-core processor to fit inside a standard 120 watt power envelope. The X5365 also features front-side bus (FSB) speed of 1333MHz.

With the energy-sipping Intel Xeon Processor L5335, Intel is delivering higher performance quad-core processors designed for servers that require optimal space and power utilization. The processor includes a 2.0 GHz clock speed and 1333MHz FSB within a 50 watt power envelope – or just 12.5 watts per processing core.

"Intel innovation continues to enable us to be the multi-core trailblazer providing a choice of quad-core products for those craving the highest performance, lowest power and all points in between," said Kirk Skaugen, vice president of Intel's Digital Enterprise Group, and general manager of the Server Platforms Group. "Moore's Law, Intel's silicon design and process technology and the Core microarchitecture are allowing us to deliver even greater levels of end-user value by essentially enabling price parity between dual and quad-core Intel Xeon processors at a given clock frequency, further accelerating quad-core market adoption."

The processors are ideal for conducting simultaneous design and analysis transactions, improving rendering performance and managing faster analytics for industries such as financial services. Both processors are easily "drop-in" compatible with select existing Intel server platforms.

Using the SPECint_rate_base2006* benchmark, which measures integer throughput, a Fujitsu-Siemens* PRIMERGY RX300 S3 server based on the quad-core Intel Xeon Processor X5365 scored 98.9, setting a new world record1. Using the SPECjbb™2005* benchmark, a Dell* PowerEdge* 1950 server based on the quad-core Intel® Xeon® Processor X5365 broke the previous record with a score of 238,472 business operations per second1.

A number of systems vendors are supporting the new processors, including Dell*, Fujitsu Siemens Computers*, HP*, IBM*, SGI*, SuperMicro*, Rackable Systems*, Verari* and more than 40 others.

Enhanced Capabilities
Intel also integrated advanced technology capabilities into the Intel Xeon Processors X5365 and L5335 to streamline virtualization and further improve energy efficiency. In addition to Intel® Virtualization Technology, which increases the efficiency of virtualization solutions and enables 64-bit guest operating system support, the processors also feature new Intel Virtualization Technology processor extensions for improved interrupt handling in virtualization of 32-bit Microsoft Windows* Operating Systems.

As part of Intel's efforts to ensure that system builders can meet energy efficiency requirements, and end-users can continue to manage their overall energy consumption, these processors include new system-transparent energy smart technology that reduces idle power usage by up to 50 percent.

In addition to including this technology on the new quad-core processors, Intel is driving its entire volume server processor line to take advantage of this new lower idle power utilization.

Price in 1,000 unit quantities (as of Aug. 9, 2007)
Intel Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor X5365 3.0GHz 1333MHz 120W $1172
Intel Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor L5335 2.0GHz 1333MHz 50W $380

About Intel
Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, develops technologies, products and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live. Additional information about Intel is available at www.intel.com/pressroom and blogs.intel.com.


Intel, Xeon and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries.

* Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

1World Record claim based on performance comparison of DP Server platforms based on x86 architecture using published results at www.spec.org as of August 8, 2007
Platform configuration details for performance claims:
SPECint*_rate_base2006 result: Fujitsu-Siemens PRIMERGY RX300 S3 server with two Quad-Core Intel Xeon X5365 processor, 8GB memory, SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 10 (x86_64), Kernel 2.6.16.21-0.8-smp OS. SPEC binaries built with Intel compiler 10.0. Result of 98.9 published at http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/results/res2007q3/cpu2006-20070710-01409.html
SPECjbb*2005 result: Dell PowerEdge 1950 server with two Quad-Core Intel Xeon X5365 processor, 16GB memory, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise x64 Edition + SP1 (64-bit) OS. BEA JRockit(R) 5.0 P27.2.0 JVM. Result of 238,472 BOPS and 59618 BOPS/JVM submitted to www.spec.org for review as of 8/10/07.
Intel does not control or audit the design or implementation of third party benchmarks or Web sites referenced in this document. Intel encourages all of its customers to visit the referenced Web sites or others where similar performance benchmarks are reported and confirm whether the referenced benchmarks are accurate and reflect performance of systems available for purchase.
Intel® Virtualization Technology requires a computer system with an enabled Intel® processor, BIOS, virtual machine monitor (VMM) and, for some uses, certain computer system software enabled for it. Functionality, performance or other benefits will vary depending on hardware and software configurations and may require a BIOS update. Software applications may not be compatible with all operating systems. Please check with your application vendor.



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12:44 PM, September 13, 2007  
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12:54 PM, September 13, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Actually oneexpert you fuckwit, I'm fans of BOTH products and unlike you don't fuck the CPU box an AMD CPU comes in, its just a CPU to me.

Right now Intel is simply a better performing CPU.

You can claim its not all you want, but the fact of the matter is, it IS.

The funny thing is, its beating AMD's top of the line processor with so called Pentium III glued together... in your own words.

You are a fucking moron. Your parents should have been smart and aborted you before giving birth. Your presence on this planet alone drags down the intelligence level of the bell curve.

yes, you ARE that stupid.

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2:38 PM, September 13, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

New Intel Server Processors Provide Ultimate Choice in Speed and Energy Efficiency

Spanning 2.0 GHz at Only 50 Watts to 3.0 GHz, Customers Can Now Achieve Even Higher Performance with Greater Power Savings

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 13, 2007 – Continuing with its flurry of delivering quad-core server processors and other products ahead of schedule, Intel Corporation launched two quad-core Intel® Xeon® processors. The new processors boast unprecedented combinations of performance and energy efficiency, along with a pricing strategy to move the enterprise industry to multi-core systems. The new Intel® Xeon® Processors X5365 and L5335 also contain new virtualization capabilities.

Designed for companies running performance-critical server and workstation applications, the Intel Xeon Processor X5365 is the industry's first 3.0 GHz quad-core processor to fit inside a standard 120 watt power envelope. The X5365 also features front-side bus (FSB) speed of 1333MHz.

With the energy-sipping Intel Xeon Processor L5335, Intel is delivering higher performance quad-core processors designed for servers that require optimal space and power utilization. The processor includes a 2.0 GHz clock speed and 1333MHz FSB within a 50 watt power envelope – or just 12.5 watts per processing core.

"Intel innovation continues to enable us to be the multi-core trailblazer providing a choice of quad-core products for those craving the highest performance, lowest power and all points in between," said Kirk Skaugen, vice president of Intel's Digital Enterprise Group, and general manager of the Server Platforms Group. "Moore's Law, Intel's silicon design and process technology and the Core microarchitecture are allowing us to deliver even greater levels of end-user value by essentially enabling price parity between dual and quad-core Intel Xeon processors at a given clock frequency, further accelerating quad-core market adoption."

The processors are ideal for conducting simultaneous design and analysis transactions, improving rendering performance and managing faster analytics for industries such as financial services. Both processors are easily "drop-in" compatible with select existing Intel server platforms.

Using the SPECint_rate_base2006* benchmark, which measures integer throughput, a Fujitsu-Siemens* PRIMERGY RX300 S3 server based on the quad-core Intel Xeon Processor X5365 scored 98.9, setting a new world record1. Using the SPECjbb™2005* benchmark, a Dell* PowerEdge* 1950 server based on the quad-core Intel® Xeon® Processor X5365 broke the previous record with a score of 238,472 business operations per second1.

A number of systems vendors are supporting the new processors, including Dell*, Fujitsu Siemens Computers*, HP*, IBM*, SGI*, SuperMicro*, Rackable Systems*, Verari* and more than 40 others.

Enhanced Capabilities
Intel also integrated advanced technology capabilities into the Intel Xeon Processors X5365 and L5335 to streamline virtualization and further improve energy efficiency. In addition to Intel® Virtualization Technology, which increases the efficiency of virtualization solutions and enables 64-bit guest operating system support, the processors also feature new Intel Virtualization Technology processor extensions for improved interrupt handling in virtualization of 32-bit Microsoft Windows* Operating Systems.

As part of Intel's efforts to ensure that system builders can meet energy efficiency requirements, and end-users can continue to manage their overall energy consumption, these processors include new system-transparent energy smart technology that reduces idle power usage by up to 50 percent.

In addition to including this technology on the new quad-core processors, Intel is driving its entire volume server processor line to take advantage of this new lower idle power utilization.

Price in 1,000 unit quantities (as of Aug. 9, 2007)
Intel Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor X5365 3.0GHz 1333MHz 120W $1172
Intel Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor L5335 2.0GHz 1333MHz 50W $380

About Intel
Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, develops technologies, products and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live. Additional information about Intel is available at www.intel.com/pressroom and blogs.intel.com.


Intel, Xeon and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries.

* Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

1World Record claim based on performance comparison of DP Server platforms based on x86 architecture using published results at www.spec.org as of August 8, 2007
Platform configuration details for performance claims:
SPECint*_rate_base2006 result: Fujitsu-Siemens PRIMERGY RX300 S3 server with two Quad-Core Intel Xeon X5365 processor, 8GB memory, SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 10 (x86_64), Kernel 2.6.16.21-0.8-smp OS. SPEC binaries built with Intel compiler 10.0. Result of 98.9 published at http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/results/res2007q3/cpu2006-20070710-01409.html
SPECjbb*2005 result: Dell PowerEdge 1950 server with two Quad-Core Intel Xeon X5365 processor, 16GB memory, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise x64 Edition + SP1 (64-bit) OS. BEA JRockit(R) 5.0 P27.2.0 JVM. Result of 238,472 BOPS and 59618 BOPS/JVM submitted to www.spec.org for review as of 8/10/07.
Intel does not control or audit the design or implementation of third party benchmarks or Web sites referenced in this document. Intel encourages all of its customers to visit the referenced Web sites or others where similar performance benchmarks are reported and confirm whether the referenced benchmarks are accurate and reflect performance of systems available for purchase.
Intel® Virtualization Technology requires a computer system with an enabled Intel® processor, BIOS, virtual machine monitor (VMM) and, for some uses, certain computer system software enabled for it. Functionality, performance or other benefits will vary depending on hardware and software configurations and may require a BIOS update. Software applications may not be compatible with all operating systems. Please check with your application vendor.



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4:32 PM, September 13, 2007  
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4:51 PM, September 13, 2007  
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Merlin,

One-retard is ShariKOONS second account, He has the same sensitivity to FSB traffic jam as Douche bag has, he writes the same and has the same IQ. BUT I don’t think like you, I think that this guy is smart, I think he is doing some sort of social experiment and we are his subjects. I don’t know why he is doing it but maybe he has some kind of plan, I don’t consider myself a test rat but I just come here to laugh at others that are.
I don’t think that god has created a human as stupid and useless as he is trying to project he is, it can’t be true, I refuse to believe that.

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Blogger 13ringinheat said...

I am not going to even bother changing articles........we can thank oneexpert for eliminating the few intelligent conversations on this blog mostly from Intel fans.....

New Intel Server Processors Provide Ultimate Choice in Speed and Energy Efficiency

Spanning 2.0 GHz at Only 50 Watts to 3.0 GHz, Customers Can Now Achieve Even Higher Performance with Greater Power Savings

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 13, 2007 – Continuing with its flurry of delivering quad-core server processors and other products ahead of schedule, Intel Corporation launched two quad-core Intel® Xeon® processors. The new processors boast unprecedented combinations of performance and energy efficiency, along with a pricing strategy to move the enterprise industry to multi-core systems. The new Intel® Xeon® Processors X5365 and L5335 also contain new virtualization capabilities.

Designed for companies running performance-critical server and workstation applications, the Intel Xeon Processor X5365 is the industry's first 3.0 GHz quad-core processor to fit inside a standard 120 watt power envelope. The X5365 also features front-side bus (FSB) speed of 1333MHz.

With the energy-sipping Intel Xeon Processor L5335, Intel is delivering higher performance quad-core processors designed for servers that require optimal space and power utilization. The processor includes a 2.0 GHz clock speed and 1333MHz FSB within a 50 watt power envelope – or just 12.5 watts per processing core.

"Intel innovation continues to enable us to be the multi-core trailblazer providing a choice of quad-core products for those craving the highest performance, lowest power and all points in between," said Kirk Skaugen, vice president of Intel's Digital Enterprise Group, and general manager of the Server Platforms Group. "Moore's Law, Intel's silicon design and process technology and the Core microarchitecture are allowing us to deliver even greater levels of end-user value by essentially enabling price parity between dual and quad-core Intel Xeon processors at a given clock frequency, further accelerating quad-core market adoption."

The processors are ideal for conducting simultaneous design and analysis transactions, improving rendering performance and managing faster analytics for industries such as financial services. Both processors are easily "drop-in" compatible with select existing Intel server platforms.

Using the SPECint_rate_base2006* benchmark, which measures integer throughput, a Fujitsu-Siemens* PRIMERGY RX300 S3 server based on the quad-core Intel Xeon Processor X5365 scored 98.9, setting a new world record1. Using the SPECjbb™2005* benchmark, a Dell* PowerEdge* 1950 server based on the quad-core Intel® Xeon® Processor X5365 broke the previous record with a score of 238,472 business operations per second1.

A number of systems vendors are supporting the new processors, including Dell*, Fujitsu Siemens Computers*, HP*, IBM*, SGI*, SuperMicro*, Rackable Systems*, Verari* and more than 40 others.

Enhanced Capabilities
Intel also integrated advanced technology capabilities into the Intel Xeon Processors X5365 and L5335 to streamline virtualization and further improve energy efficiency. In addition to Intel® Virtualization Technology, which increases the efficiency of virtualization solutions and enables 64-bit guest operating system support, the processors also feature new Intel Virtualization Technology processor extensions for improved interrupt handling in virtualization of 32-bit Microsoft Windows* Operating Systems.

As part of Intel's efforts to ensure that system builders can meet energy efficiency requirements, and end-users can continue to manage their overall energy consumption, these processors include new system-transparent energy smart technology that reduces idle power usage by up to 50 percent.

In addition to including this technology on the new quad-core processors, Intel is driving its entire volume server processor line to take advantage of this new lower idle power utilization.

Price in 1,000 unit quantities (as of Aug. 9, 2007)
Intel Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor X5365 3.0GHz 1333MHz 120W $1172
Intel Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor L5335 2.0GHz 1333MHz 50W $380

About Intel
Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, develops technologies, products and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live. Additional information about Intel is available at www.intel.com/pressroom and blogs.intel.com.


Intel, Xeon and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries.

* Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

1World Record claim based on performance comparison of DP Server platforms based on x86 architecture using published results at www.spec.org as of August 8, 2007
Platform configuration details for performance claims:
SPECint*_rate_base2006 result: Fujitsu-Siemens PRIMERGY RX300 S3 server with two Quad-Core Intel Xeon X5365 processor, 8GB memory, SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 10 (x86_64), Kernel 2.6.16.21-0.8-smp OS. SPEC binaries built with Intel compiler 10.0. Result of 98.9 published at http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/results/res2007q3/cpu2006-20070710-01409.html
SPECjbb*2005 result: Dell PowerEdge 1950 server with two Quad-Core Intel Xeon X5365 processor, 16GB memory, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise x64 Edition + SP1 (64-bit) OS. BEA JRockit(R) 5.0 P27.2.0 JVM. Result of 238,472 BOPS and 59618 BOPS/JVM submitted to www.spec.org for review as of 8/10/07.
Intel does not control or audit the design or implementation of third party benchmarks or Web sites referenced in this document. Intel encourages all of its customers to visit the referenced Web sites or others where similar performance benchmarks are reported and confirm whether the referenced benchmarks are accurate and reflect performance of systems available for purchase.
Intel® Virtualization Technology requires a computer system with an enabled Intel® processor, BIOS, virtual machine monitor (VMM) and, for some uses, certain computer system software enabled for it. Functionality, performance or other benefits will vary depending on hardware and software configurations and may require a BIOS update. Software applications may not be compatible with all operating systems. Please check with your application vendor.



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I am not going to even bother changing articles........i think i am doing a service pretty soon no one will visit this shit blog because of all this cut and paste crap started by AMD ass wipers.

New Intel Server Processors Provide Ultimate Choice in Speed and Energy Efficiency

Spanning 2.0 GHz at Only 50 Watts to 3.0 GHz, Customers Can Now Achieve Even Higher Performance with Greater Power Savings

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 13, 2007 – Continuing with its flurry of delivering quad-core server processors and other products ahead of schedule, Intel Corporation launched two quad-core Intel® Xeon® processors. The new processors boast unprecedented combinations of performance and energy efficiency, along with a pricing strategy to move the enterprise industry to multi-core systems. The new Intel® Xeon® Processors X5365 and L5335 also contain new virtualization capabilities.

Designed for companies running performance-critical server and workstation applications, the Intel Xeon Processor X5365 is the industry's first 3.0 GHz quad-core processor to fit inside a standard 120 watt power envelope. The X5365 also features front-side bus (FSB) speed of 1333MHz.

With the energy-sipping Intel Xeon Processor L5335, Intel is delivering higher performance quad-core processors designed for servers that require optimal space and power utilization. The processor includes a 2.0 GHz clock speed and 1333MHz FSB within a 50 watt power envelope – or just 12.5 watts per processing core.

"Intel innovation continues to enable us to be the multi-core trailblazer providing a choice of quad-core products for those craving the highest performance, lowest power and all points in between," said Kirk Skaugen, vice president of Intel's Digital Enterprise Group, and general manager of the Server Platforms Group. "Moore's Law, Intel's silicon design and process technology and the Core microarchitecture are allowing us to deliver even greater levels of end-user value by essentially enabling price parity between dual and quad-core Intel Xeon processors at a given clock frequency, further accelerating quad-core market adoption."

The processors are ideal for conducting simultaneous design and analysis transactions, improving rendering performance and managing faster analytics for industries such as financial services. Both processors are easily "drop-in" compatible with select existing Intel server platforms.

Using the SPECint_rate_base2006* benchmark, which measures integer throughput, a Fujitsu-Siemens* PRIMERGY RX300 S3 server based on the quad-core Intel Xeon Processor X5365 scored 98.9, setting a new world record1. Using the SPECjbb™2005* benchmark, a Dell* PowerEdge* 1950 server based on the quad-core Intel® Xeon® Processor X5365 broke the previous record with a score of 238,472 business operations per second1.

A number of systems vendors are supporting the new processors, including Dell*, Fujitsu Siemens Computers*, HP*, IBM*, SGI*, SuperMicro*, Rackable Systems*, Verari* and more than 40 others.

Enhanced Capabilities
Intel also integrated advanced technology capabilities into the Intel Xeon Processors X5365 and L5335 to streamline virtualization and further improve energy efficiency. In addition to Intel® Virtualization Technology, which increases the efficiency of virtualization solutions and enables 64-bit guest operating system support, the processors also feature new Intel Virtualization Technology processor extensions for improved interrupt handling in virtualization of 32-bit Microsoft Windows* Operating Systems.

As part of Intel's efforts to ensure that system builders can meet energy efficiency requirements, and end-users can continue to manage their overall energy consumption, these processors include new system-transparent energy smart technology that reduces idle power usage by up to 50 percent.

In addition to including this technology on the new quad-core processors, Intel is driving its entire volume server processor line to take advantage of this new lower idle power utilization.

Price in 1,000 unit quantities (as of Aug. 9, 2007)
Intel Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor X5365 3.0GHz 1333MHz 120W $1172
Intel Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor L5335 2.0GHz 1333MHz 50W $380

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1World Record claim based on performance comparison of DP Server platforms based on x86 architecture using published results at www.spec.org as of August 8, 2007
Platform configuration details for performance claims:
SPECint*_rate_base2006 result: Fujitsu-Siemens PRIMERGY RX300 S3 server with two Quad-Core Intel Xeon X5365 processor, 8GB memory, SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 10 (x86_64), Kernel 2.6.16.21-0.8-smp OS. SPEC binaries built with Intel compiler 10.0. Result of 98.9 published at http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/results/res2007q3/cpu2006-20070710-01409.html
SPECjbb*2005 result: Dell PowerEdge 1950 server with two Quad-Core Intel Xeon X5365 processor, 16GB memory, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise x64 Edition + SP1 (64-bit) OS. BEA JRockit(R) 5.0 P27.2.0 JVM. Result of 238,472 BOPS and 59618 BOPS/JVM submitted to www.spec.org for review as of 8/10/07.
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INTEL CLOVERTOWN 142000% better than amd...

Intel Celeron Single core 160% better in everything compared to crappy quad core barcelona

11:04 PM, September 13, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

It may be speculated that AMD is only yielding K10 at a jaw-dropping 30%. 30%!!

Based on AMD's published data, which claimed 0.5 defects density, and coupled with yield management chart, it can be concluded that AMD's K10 are yielding at no more than 35%.

AMD's Data:
http://www.iian.ibeam.com/events/thom001/22876/browser/slides/20070726084721294707/default_large/Slide158.JPG

Yield management by ICEC
http://smithsonianchips.si.edu/ice/cd/CEICM/SECTION3.pdf

If you scroll down to Figure 3-9 in Yield Management, you can see the chart. Follow the 0.5 density defect rate to 280, then....

So much for 90% eh sharikou?

11:43 PM, September 13, 2007  
Blogger Scott said...

Sharikou has been pumping Barcelona for how long now? We've had hundred of worthless blog entries about it.

AMD releases Barcelona and now Sharikou seems silent. Hmm... I wonder why?

He's probably trying to find a way to spin the results:

- AMD is RAMPing this bad boy up
- Clock speed will increase in January, and I'm sure Intel won't come out with anything, so AMD is processors are better even though they're not
- Intel isn't being fair
- Intel is evil
- Lower power
- HT3
- BLAH
- BLAH
- REAL QUAD CORE, it's not fake like intels, and I refuse to acknowledge that only the end result is important, who cares how you get there
- BLAH
- BLAH
- AMD, will you marry me
- BLAH
- and finally BLAH

6:25 AM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...


If you scroll down to Figure 3-9 in Yield Management, you can see the chart. Follow the 0.5 density defect rate to 280, then....

So much for 90% eh sharikou?


So much for a link that works. You have this same broken link on Scientia.

7:14 AM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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7:28 AM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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7:31 AM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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7:38 AM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger Bubba said...

So much for a link that works. You have this same broken link on Scientia.

Link works fine.

You are apparently too stupid to figure out that blogger cuts long lines when in comment view. It works fine when you are in article view.

Is there such a thing as and AMD fan that isn't ignorant?

7:51 AM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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7:52 AM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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8:19 AM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

So much for a link that works.

Read what Bubba said. You can also double click the link and copy it then paste into the address bar of your browser.

8:21 AM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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8:44 AM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...

Link works fine.

You are apparently too stupid to figure out that blogger cuts long lines when in comment view. It works fine when you are in article view.

Is there such a thing as and AMD fan that isn't ignorant?


Listen clown there's no moderators here. I'm not Sharikou. You can play that crap with someone else. I slap people like you for fun.


If you were so fucking smart you'd know how to use HTML like so:

Dickhead

or perhaps like so:

Fab 38

9:38 AM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...

Read what Bubba said. You can also double click the link and copy it then paste into the address bar of your browser.

Screw Bubba, his cousin is. Learn how to create a proper link.

9:40 AM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger Bubba said...


If you were so fucking smart you'd know how to use HTML like so:


Wow, you're bigger fucking moron than I thought.

I never posted link in this thread, you idiot.

So how's that programming job going for you? They give your job to somebody in India yet? With brains like yours, I expect it to be soon.

4:01 PM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

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10:04 PM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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12:47 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

Way to whine to Sharidouche and get my post removed CMH, you fucking baby.

9:54 PM, September 18, 2007  

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