Servers and workstations differ from common desktop computers in that they need components that are more reliable and durable. Mainstream components including processors, disk drives and even the fans that keep the components from overheating, simply cannot achieve the level of dependability that the complex computing environments of server and workstation platforms require. Often, these servers and workstations run applications that are very demanding, and they run them for an extended period of time. Thus, there is a need for dedicated components that are specially designed for this kind of workload. The AMD Opteron 2220 is one such component. It is a high-performance processor that handles high-load applications with ease.
Have you always wanted to get a true quad-core processor but have been turned off by sky-high prices? With the coming of AMDâ€™s capable yet affordable series of quad-core processors, the Phenom X4, the chance to get in on all the quad-core computing action is finally here. AMD has always been dedicated to delivering astounding processing power to the mainstream user. So if what you want is power at less the price, then give the AMD Phenom 9500 a lot of thought. It is simply a true quad-core processor with a very attractive price tag of less than $200.
To some people’s surprise, four cores are not the only game in town when it comes to overclocking. The Pentium Dual Core E2180 presents a challenge to the more cerebral overclocker. The numerous tweaks and adjustments on a sub-$100 CPU are seen as chess moves. It’s not how expensive it is, it’s the flexibility and performance potential. That is what you get with the Intel Pentium Dual Core E2180. While some pat themselves on the back for their ultra-sheik CPU flavor-of-the-month purchase, you smile away as your overclocked dual core wonder performs at the same level, for a quarter of the cost.