Re: Debian 5.0 & 64 bits
Le dimanche 13 décembre 2009 à 01:56 -0600, Mark Allums a écrit :
> On 12/12/2009 6:32 PM, amka wrote:
> > I am going to buy a new computer and wonder what is the best for 64bits.
> > AMD or Intel ?
> > Could someone give me please an advice ?
> > I have actualy an AMD Opteron and the idea is, for the moment, to buy :
> > - CPU AMD Opteron 1356
> > - Motherboard Tyan Tomcat n3400B (S2925-E)
> > - Memory Kingston KVR800D2E6K2/4G (2x kit of 2x2GB = 8GB)
> > Perhaps somebody have an experience with some of that.
> I guess what I am saying is, look to your application. You did not tell
> us what you were building this machine for.
Yes, I did not tell. I should, I regret.
I am going to build a Postgresql server, and will execute a lot of perl
(local) scripts in relation with the database. A lot of read/write in
large tables (>10'000'000 rows), so I need (several) indexes... which
have to be updated at each write.
The scripts will have to do a lot of manipulations with datas.
So, I want something fine. I took some informations like :
For AMD Opteron 1356, look this :
Tyan Tomcat n3400B (S2925-E) is recomended by AMD for its largest
Opterons 1xxx, so will can upgrade :)
? Impossible to find the Supermicro MB's. -> ?
An opinion on this Tyan MB :
Kingston KVR800D2E6K2/4G :
This is recomended by Kingston for this Tyan MB :
An opinion on this Kingston RAM :
But I have simply a doubt... Is the AMD Opteron a good choice ?
I *presume* it's the best of AMD, and I wonder if Intel would be better.