Tag Archives: memory

A New CPU is Coming – Better Be Prepared

If you haven’t heard, Intel’s coming out with a new CPU architecture this year and it is a bit different than what you are used to.  If you haven’t started re-architecting your plans for future blade servers, now is the time to begin. Continue reading

Why You Should Consider Changing Your Memory Architecture

As I mentioned in a previous blog post, the new Intel Xeon SP processor has more cores but it also has more memory channels.  This means you should really consider changing the way you architect your blade servers.

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Recommended Memory Configurations for Skylake CPUs

The new architecture of the Intel Xeon SP (aka Skylake) CPU includes more memory channels, which is creating some uncertainty on best practices.  In today’s post, I’ll show you the best configurations to consider to help drive high memory performance. Continue reading