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1/31/2012 07:53 PM EST
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resistion
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re: Intel samples Atom server SoC, snags Xeon win
resistion   4/10/2012 12:14:26 PM
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Let's not forget, Seamicro is part of AMD now.

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PaulWeb   4/10/2012 9:02:55 AM
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Since Intel owns 90% of the market share, all us consumers can do is wait to see if the Atom based chip would be as good as they claim. Even if the performance wasn't as good as they predicted, is there anything that us as consumers can do? Paul - http://www.connetu.com

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re: Intel samples Atom server SoC, snags Xeon win
TarraTarra!   2/2/2012 5:32:12 AM
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Mr. Feldman, how about putting the SM10000 specint scores on spec.org like every other legitimate server vendor.

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re: Intel samples Atom server SoC, snags Xeon win
TarraTarra!   2/2/2012 5:30:10 AM
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Intel has never released benchmark information on Atom, neither has SeaMicro - and the reason is obvious! If the performance was good, they would be shouting off the rooftops.

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goafrit   2/1/2012 9:44:44 PM
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Good question indeed. There needs to be a benchmark.

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re: Intel samples Atom server SoC, snags Xeon win
rick merritt   2/1/2012 3:42:15 AM
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Nope

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chanj0   1/31/2012 11:21:05 PM
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Is there any benchmark data available?

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