-----Message d'origine----- De : Grahame Kelly [mailto:email@example.com] Envoye : mercredi 28 juin 2006 13:41 A : Jean-Lin Pacherie Objet : Re: [suse-amd64] SuSE AMD 64 bit supports Intel "Core 2 Duo" ?
On 28/06/2006, at 9:08 PM, Jean-Lin Pacherie wrote:
Is it politycaly correct to ask here if the new "Core 2 Duo" processors will be suported by SuSE 64bit ?
I planed to build a server with AMD 64 x2 processor and /
275 but the announces of the "Core 2 Duo" chnaged my mind. In any cases, I will keep SuSE on this new workstation but I need the best processor power.
Any clue n
I have both and I can absolutely say the AMD Opteron dual-core beats' the Intel dual core - hands down Why, because of the 1GHz communications hyperlink / switcher the AMD's have had since inception, whereas the Intel use another system less optimised IMHO.
My 2c worth. Cheers Grahame
I understood that "Core 2 Duo" will be available only end of July. Are you talking about the current "Code Duo" or the new "Core 2 Duo" ?
The availability schedule on July / August is for Europe, maybe you already have some PCs build upon the new Core 2 Duo in the US ?
All the previews I read about the new Intel proc architecture say that it will be far more efficient than the current K8 AMD architecture.
I'm not an hardware expert and I may be missunderstood some key points, but I'm ready to heard some explanations.