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Re: Maximum addressable
sw guy   5/17/2017 10:01:51 AM
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Kudo to you for detecting the typo
(and shame on me for not checking what I wrote before posting)

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traneus   5/17/2017 9:19:35 AM
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I suspect swguy made a typo, as the G key is next to the T key. I make these typos frequently. For external bus width of 48 bits, maximum unified memory space would be 256TB.

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sw guy   5/17/2017 7:37:04 AM
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Assuming used CPU model has external bus width of 48bits, maximum unified memory space would be 256GB. With setting apart some area for I/Os, it seems to me very possible they but as most memory as possible

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abbott   5/17/2017 4:17:46 AM
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Thanks for sharing about HPE builds big data server



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