AMD Opteron


The brand name AMD Opteron uses for CPUs that are used in the server and workstations. Was introduced in 2003 enabled the name for the first 64-bit processor based on the then-new K8 architecture. In the Server field, AMD has seen great success with this, since the processor, as opposed to the competition, continued to support 32-bit software. Today, the Opteron models are still reliable processors with many technical innovations. Due to the high performance, they are suitable for current... more...
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The brand name AMD Opteron uses for CPUs that are used in the server and workstations. Was introduced in 2003 enabled the name for the first 64-bit processor based on the then-new K8 architecture. In the Server field, AMD has seen great success with this, since the processor, as opposed to the competition, continued to support 32-bit software. Today, the Opteron models are still reliable processors with many technical innovations. Due to the high performance, they are suitable for current applications of any kind and provide quality processing thanks for smooth operations of the company. You can also benefit from the advantages of upgrading your server or for purchases of our refurbished processors. These offer significant relief for a small investment.

Processor families of Opteron series

Opteron 3000

This series is designed specifically for web server and dedicated web hosting which work with AM3 + socket single platforms. The modular core architecture, the power consumption is lowered at low workload, firstly, on the other hand, it provides more control over the administration. It can, for example, Defined performance limits and accurate information about power consumption and cooling are queried. The processors provide up to 8 cores which have a core of a maximum of 2.6 GHz rate. The thermal dissipation in this case is 25, 45 or 65 W. So you get the chance by a good price-performance ratio of favorable and at the same time efficient server solutions to benefit.

Opteron 4000

Scalable systems, eg in cloud area, to benefit from the processors in this series. These use the Socket C32 and are therefore also suitable for multi-processor systems. The up to 8 CPUKerne provide one with a clock frequency of up to 2.8 GHz and, in conjunction with the 8 MB cache, the necessary power. The power consumption is at all times directly related to the used system performance. Overall, the processors offer numerous opportunities to reduce energy consumption. Under high load, however, can also take advantage of the full potential. They also provide in-intensive tasks, such as virtualization and database applications, the optimal performance.

Opteron 6000

The 6000 models are available for high computing power at the same time energy-saving design. Both cloud Comuting, as well as the provision of web services is an effortless process. AMD published in this series also the first processor with 16 cores. Especially companies that use very complex and computationally intensive applications, such as Databases or a complete desktop virtualization, will be convinced by these processors. In addition, this series uses the new, modular architecture, which made more economical and more efficient by current technologies their server solution. The clock frequency can be increased to up to 3.5 GHz and it has 16 MB available as a cache. Are used, the processors in the G34 base. Due to the low cost operating costs also can be reduced without sacrificing current features and functions.

Opteron X1100 / X2100

feet developed r MicroServer, these processors operate at a low power consumption of only 9 to 17 W (X1100) or 11 to 22 W (X2100). The latter consumes slightly more power, because here an additional GPU, based on the Radeon 8000 series, is used. Thus, you get a very economical CPU or APU, which still offers all the functionalities of the server class. Both models have 4 cores with a clock frequency of 1.0 to 2.0 GHz. The GPU also controls 128 Radeon cores with 266 to 600MHz. The tailed DDR3 ECC memory support, thereby reducing storage-related failures of the server. MicroServer speak particularly to small businesses, as they are cheap to buy, have a smaller footprint and still provide a solid platform.