AMD Opteron Six-Core Istanbul Processors

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The AMD Opteron processors, code named Istanbul, are the first six core CPUs from AMD. The CPU is intended for use in two to eight CPU socket systems. For a full overview of the server CPUs from AMD, please see the article AMD Server CPUs at a Glance.

Technical Specifications

  • Six cores per CPU
  • For use in two to eight CPU socket systems
  • HT Assist with HyperTransport 3.0 technology (HT3) (reduces the data traffic in the cache during searches between processors)
  • AMD-V/AMD-Vi
  • AMD-P (Power Management Features)

Additional Information

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