Thanks for the review link!
On Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 6:01 PM, Greg Smith <greg(at)2ndquadrant(dot)com> wrote:
> Clemens Eisserer wrote:
> This isn't an older Opteron, its 6 core, 6MB L3 cache "Istanbul". Its not
> the newer stuff either.
> Everything before Magny Cours is now an older Opteron from my perspective.
> The 6-cores are identical to Magny Cours (except that Magny Cours has
> two of those beast in one package).
> In some ways, but not in regards to memory issues.
> has a good intro. While the inside is like two 6-core models stuck
> together, the external memory interface was completely reworked.
> Original report here involved Opteron 2427, correctly idenitified as being
> from the 6-core "Istanbul" architecture. All Istanbul processors use DDR2
> and are quite slow at memory access compared to similar Intel Nehalem
> systems. The "Magny-Cours" architecture is available in 8 and 12 core
> variants, and the memory controller has been completely redesigned to take
> advantage of many banks of DDR3 at the same time; it is far faster than two
> of the older 6 cores working together.
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_AMD_Opteron_microprocessors has a good
> summary of the models; it's confusing. Quick chart showing the three
> generations compared demonstrates what I just said above using the same
> STREAM benchmarking that a few results have popped out here using already:
> Istanbul Opteron 2435 in this case, 21GB/s. The two Nehelam Intel Xeons,
>>31GB/s. New Magny, 49MB/s.
> Greg Smith 2ndQuadrant US Baltimore, MD
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