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Wednesday, May 29, 2013
AMD Launches Low Power Opteron X-Series Server Processors


AMD today unveiled a new family of low power server processors: the AMD Opteron X-Series optimized for scale-out server architectures.

Formerly known as "Kyoto," the first AMD Opteron X-Series processors "are the highest density, most power-efficient small core x86 processors ever built," according to AMD. The company claims that the new X1150 and X2150 processors beat the top performing Intel Atom processor on key performance benchmarks, including single thread and throughput performance with superior power-efficiency, twice the cores and L2 cache with a more advanced pipeline architecture, higher integration and support for up to 32 gigabytes of DRAM?4x more than the Intel Atom processor.

The AMD Opteron X-Series versus Intel Atom S1260 (compiled by AMD)

 

AMD Opteron X-Series

Intel Atom S1260

AMD Advantage

x86 CPU Cores

4

2

2X

GPU Cores

128 AMD Radeon HD 8000 Cores

None

AMD Only

Max. DRAM Per Socket

32 GB

8 GB

4X

Max. DRAM Speed

DDR3-1600

DDR3-1333

1.2X

L2 Cache

2 MB

1 MB

2X

Throughput Performance

28.9 @ 2 GHz (CPU)
(est.)

13.0 @ 2 GHz 

2.2X 

Single Thread Performance

10.0 @ 2 GHz (CPU)
(est.)

5.2 @ 2 GHz 

1.9X 

Integrated SATA Ports 

Yes 

No 

AMD Only



The AMD Opteron X-Series processors come in two variants. The AMD Opteron X2150, which consumes as little as 11 watts, is the first server APU system-on-a-chip integrating CPU and GPU engines with a high-speed bus on a single die. This enables server bulders to take advantage of AMD Radeon HD 8000 graphics technology for multimedia-oriented server workloads. The AMD Opteron X1150, which consumes as little as 9 watts, is a CPU-only version optimized for general scale-out workloads.

Model

CPU Cores

CPU Configurable Frequency

GPU Cores

GPU Configurable Frequency

TDP Range

1KU Pricing

X1150

4

Up to 2.0GHz

N/A

N/A

9 – 17W

$64

X2150

4

Up to 1.9GHz

128

266 to 600MHz

11 – 22W

$99



Technical Details:

- CPU: 4 "Jaguar" 64-bit x86 cores
- Frequency: X1150 CPU - up to 2 GHz, X2150 APU - up to 1.9 GHz
- Power Consumption: X1150 - as low as 9 Watts, X2150 - as low as 11 Watts

- Graphics (X2150 APU only):
128 AMD Radeon HD 8000 cores
Graphics Core Next Architecture
Video encode/decode offload
Video compression offload

- Memory Interface:
64-bit DDR3 with ECC (up to 1600 MHz)
Up to 32 GBytes of DRAM (SODIMM & UDIMM)

- Integrated I/O:
PCI-e Gen 2 - 8 lanes
USB 2.0 - 8 ports
USB 3.0 - 2 ports
Video Interfaces - DisplayPort, VGA, HDMI
Serial-ATA2/3 - 2 ports

- Package: 24.5mm x 24.5mm FT3 BGA

The AMD Opteron X2150 APU and X1150 CPU are generally available now for a cost of $99 and $64, respectively, in 1K quantities


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