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Apple News:AMD’s datacenter ARM processors finally hit the market | Ars Technica

AMD’s datacenter ARM processors finally hit the market | Ars Technica

AMD has started volume shipments of its "Seattle" Opteron A1100 ARM processors, designed for high density server systems. First announced in 2014, the processors have four or eight 64-bit A57 ARM cores running at 1.7 or 2GHz. The chips have up to 4MB of level 2 cache (organized as 1MB per core pair), 8MB of level 3 cache, and two memory channels supporting both DDR3 and DDR4. With 32GB registered DDR4 DIMMs, the chips support a total of 128GB RAM. The chips also include a secondary A5 processor for system control and a coprocessor with accelerated encryption and compression capabilities. The processor cores are paired with a ton of I/O. There are 8 PCIe 3 lanes, 14 SATA3 ports, and two 10GbE ports.
No mention of power consumption, which apparently is a major aspect of data center design. Or how hot they run.

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