Boards for Fastest Intel Processors
timm at fnal.gov
Mon Jan 14 15:41:20 EST 2002
Steve--thanks for the note.
Isn't the new Xeon package going to be 478 pins, same as the
"northwood" version of the P4? or am I getting confused here.
Will the supermicro boards such as the P4DC6+ or P4DCE+ support
the new,"prestonia" xeons or just the old ones?
I am seeing vendors that claim the boards will but on
the board spec sheet itself it only talks about the 603-pin package
which I assume is the older "foster" package. Is that right?
Steven C. Timm (630) 840-8525 timm at fnal.gov http://home.fnal.gov/~timm/
Fermilab Computing Division/Operating Systems Support
Scientific Computing Support Group--Computing Farms Operations
On Fri, 11 Jan 2002, Steve Gaudet wrote:
> Hello Steve,
> > Does anyone have any recommendations on what type of dual Xeon
> > motherboard to get to be able to run these new 2.2 GHz processors?
> > I have heard a lot about the Supermicro boards but am suspect due
> > to problems with several earlier versions of Supermicro PIII boards.
> > Is there any word on when Intel will be releasing their new
> > board with the native Intel chipset instead of a Serverworks chipset?
> Intel will be releasing their own Xeon 603 pin dual motherboard in April.
> We've run and shipped the SuperMicro dual Xeon motherboard and appears
> Steve Gaudet
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