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AMD's Bobcat and Bulldozer (LostCircuits) - PCstats.com AMD's Bobcat and Bulldozer (LostCircuits)
Fri, August 27 2010 | 9:29AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Bobcat is destined to be the bread and butter CPU for AMD in the low-power, net appliance market segment, however, AMD also needs to compete in the high performance desktop/ server market. The new design has the charismatic name Bulldozer, and like Bobcat, is built out of a limited number of design blocks. Bulldozer is not hyperthreaded in the same way as Bobcat, rather it is a completely new design based on dedicated and shared components on three hierarchical levels as in core, module and chip. In short, the integer units that follow the same basic configuration as in Bobcat, meaning four pipes with Load/Store and double Instruction Execution pipes fully OOO enabled. The novelty is the floating point portion of the “module” wherein the two 128-bit FMACs are shared on demand between two “Integer cores”. Part of the “module level” are the shared Fetch and Decode units as well as the shared L2 cache.
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QNAP TS-419P Turbo NAS 4-Bay Network Storage Review  - PCstats.com QNAP TS-419P Turbo NAS 4-Bay Network Storage Review
Sun, December 06 2009 | 12:02PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"My thoughts on the QNAP TS-419P are a little mixed. When I started this review, I mentioned that I was looking for a few things in a NAS. One was a NAS that would fit my storage needs. I think that the TS-419P does. I am starting out with four 500 GB drives in a RAID 5 configuration, giving me a total of 1.3 TB of disk space. This is plenty of disk space for my backups and media serving needs at this time. Another plus is that I can expand the NAS at a later date to about 5.5 TB by upgrading the current drives to 2 TB drives. I also like the fact that I can use QNAP's online RAID Capacity Expansion, when I decide to upgrade, which will save me from having to backup all the data on the NAS and then restoring the data back..."
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