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Opteron 150 vs. Xeon 3.6 Nocona on 64-bit Linux

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In a 64-bit game of chess, the AMD should win.
The Intel Xeon 3.6GHz has HyperThreading enabled by default, so we use that with the SMP kernel during the review. The entire review uses 64-bit binaries either compiled from scratch or as installed from RPM. We only used a 32-bit benchmark during the synthetic analysis, but still on SuSE 9.1 Pro (x86-64).
 read more | score:4792 | -Ray, August 16, 2004
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