Not personally, but AnandTech has posted some remarks.
Aside from the special power supply, the Tyan Thunder K7 requires registered DIMMs. So far the best AnandTech has found are Corsair ECC registered DIMMs. Aside from that, AnandTech felt confident enough in their stability to put a 1u dual Athlon server in their server farm.
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i have some concerns about the unevenness of the testing platforms (cant really be helped) as the MP athlon is not out for the public yet but
OUCH @ 2x1.2 spanking 2x1.7 in certain benchmarks.
i can just see my next computer being a dualie palimino
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The the reported price cuts (The Register) for Athlon MPs, and the Tyan Tiger board coming out, there should be an increased use of MP in home users.
I personally wouldn't mind having a dual Athlon setup
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Since they are discussing commercial available rendering/cad systems, I wish they would have put in a <A HREF="http://www.sys.com" target="_new">http://www.sys.com/</A> kyrotech system <A HREF="http://www.sys.com/products/cold-fusion/barebones.html" target="_new">(kyrotech system)</A> in the fray. With the 1.4 showing up so often, an 1866mhz=13x143 could possibility take all the benchmarks. I guess cheating is not allowed and that would be another story anyways and you would have to include a 2.2 P4 to boot (or not boot).