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Three Xeon E5 Server Systems From Intel, Tyan, And Supermicro
May 29, 2012 - in Reviews
After taking a first look at Intel's Xeon E5 processors, we wanted to round up a handful of dual-socket barebones platforms to see which vendor sells the best match for Sandy Bridge-EP-based chips. Intel, Supermicro, and Tyan are here to represent.
Supermicro Highlights its Latest X9 SuperServers at GTC 2012
May 17, 2012 - in News
During GTC 2012, Supermicro showcased its latest graphics processing unit (GPU) enabled X9 server and workstation solutions.
Supermicro Shows Off 80-Core Xeon Server
Mar 1, 2011 - in News
The more cores the better!
Changing Of The Guard: 2.5” Hard Drives In The Enterprise
Apr 18, 2010 - in Reviews
The role of 2.5” hard drives is changing. The smaller form factor now provides increased storage density and improved power efficiency compared to 3.5” models, all while delivering the capacities SSDs still can't touch.
Tom's Storage Charts 2009: A New Test Environment
May 6, 2009 - in Reviews
Our old 3.6 GHz Xeon is making way for a brand new X58-based Core i7 solution with PCI-X and PCIe, which we will use to test hard drives, SSDs, controllers, and other storage products. We introduce you to our new reference platform and talk about testing!
Supermicro 5046A-XB: X58 Workstation Barebones
Mar 5, 2009 - in Reviews
We’ve already established that Intel’s Core i7 is the way to go for enthusiasts looking for lots of A/V encoding muscle. Supermicro takes advantage of that commanding position to build its own X58-based workstation barebones.