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lsorense 
Re: X1000 CPU clue :)
Posted on 10-Aug-2010 20:45:00
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yes but the power chips are too expensive.do you know what a power 6 or seven cost ?.I guess more than 2000$.


Why yes I do. I am using an IBM p520 (dual core power6+, at 4.2GHz, with two threads per core). The whole box with 4GB ram and dual 146GB 15k rpm SAS drives with taxes and all was about CDN$13000.

Sure makes a nice box for compiling powerpc code though.

So the power6 and power7 is certainly faster than the xbox360 CPU, without a doubt. They may be expensive, but so what, that doesn't make them any slower (just less cost effective perhaps).

Based on the extra cost to go to a model with 2 dual core power6+ chips, I would guess IBM wants around $3000 per power6+ CPU, if they actually sold them individually and not in complete systems.

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amigang 
Re: X1000 CPU clue :)
Posted on 15-Sep-2010 10:05:21
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Did'nt know where to put this weather to make a new thread but I thought its only a little bit of news, over on Yahoo Groups, the AmigaONE X1000 new picts have been uploaded by someone named trevor_aeon?



A big poster to....i want to believe..
http://xa.yimg.com/kq/groups/51633360/or/463813251/name/I_Believe_X1000c_Small.jpg

so join up who know what this mystory person will post next!
http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/A1-X1000/

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Naz 
Re: X1000 CPU clue :)
Posted on 15-Sep-2010 10:12:38
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@amigang

if you want to see the pictures you need to enter the group what means to create a Yahoo account ...
I have too many accounts in the net, will not create another one but just wait till everything gets public

cheers,
naz

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nimrod7 
Re: X1000 CPU clue :)
Posted on 15-Sep-2010 13:20:10
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@amigang

download them & upload & post here, thanx very much in advance

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