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AMD Bulldozer Chip (16 Core) -- Rendering and Speed
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* September 10, 2011, 08:26:19 AM
AMD has started shipments of the Bulldozer Chip.

By Peter Clarke, EE Times -- EDN, September 8, 2011
LONDON—Advanced Micro Devices Inc has said it has started "revenue shipments" of the first processor based on its Bulldozer x86 architecture, a 16-core x86-compatible processor codenamed Interlagos.

Initial production of Interlagos began in August, the company said. The chip is compatible with existing AMD Opteron 6100 Series platforms and infrastructure. Many of the initial shipments are set to go supercomputer installations, AMD (Sunnyvale, Calif) said.

If you are doing rendering or anything that can use the multiple cores this may interest you.

I find that rendering with RED SDK and the Six core AMD 1090T chip makes it tolerable.

ASUS has a board that will use the chip out of the box.

SW:TC 21 Pro Platinum, FM15, 20 Pro Platinum 64 Bit, also V 19.1 64Bit & 32 bit 17.2 and 18.1; Furniture Maker 14 and 10. HW: Vista 64 Ultimate, AMD 1090 (6 core) 8GB memory Plus also an AMD  8 core systemFX

* September 10, 2011, 11:15:54 AM
I just hope it lives up to all the hype.

AMD Phenom 1090T
Radeon 5450 1GB
Windows 7
Redsdk  - Off
Editing History - On
v19.2 Platinum, x64

* September 11, 2011, 08:11:55 PM
I've just ordered a tablet with a CPU at the other end of AMD's scale - a dual-core 1 GHz that sips 6W, has a GPU and runs  Windows.  It should be hilarious to run the render test on it, wonder if the battery'll last long enough?