"Per Dollar Results"
* A MariaDB eredményt jelenleg vizsgálja az AMD, remélhetőleg lesz rá javítás.
"Here is also a radar chart for the performance-per-dollar graphics based on the CPUs current retail pricing. The chart here is just showing for the higher is better graphs (just a TODO item I need to do with the Phoronix Test Suite to make it show for all). But anyhow in looking at all those results, EPYC clearly wins on performance-per-dollar and even the previous-generation EPYC 7601 represents better value than the Xeon Platinum 8280 that command $10k USD a piece at retail levels. "
phoronix: Summing Up The AMD EPYC 7742 2P Performance In One Graphic
> Azt megkérdezhetem, hogy miért egy AMD csúcsprocesszort
> hasonlítanak egy intel alsó közép kategóriához?
> Platinum 9200 ....
"To date, no major vendor such as Dell EMC, HPE, Inspur, Lenovo, QCT, Huawei, or Supermicro has announced mainstream support for the Intel Xeon Platinum 9200 series. Other vendors like Wiwynn, Gigabyte, and Tyan also have told us they are not planning to support the Platinum 9200 series. "
A nagy kérdés
"Why Intel’s Partners Are Rejecting the Platinum 9200 Series? "
"To most of STH’s readers, the above will make perfect sense somewhere around the “no duh” domain. Intel itself is not positioning the Platinum 9200 series as a HPC rather than a mainstream product. The company is, however, using the Platinum 9200 series as a halo benchmark vehicle in segment comparisons outside of the narrowly defined HPC niche. To our readers, when you see Intel try to use the Platinum 9200 series comparing it to its mainstream 2nd generation Xeon Scalable line and AMD EPYC from major OEMs, feel free to send your colleagues this article explaining why it is only an appropriate comparison for density constrained x86 compute HPC applications."
more: "Why the Intel Xeon Platinum 9200 Series Lacks Mainstream Support"