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Created On: 05/22/2009 05:42 PM
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 05/22/2009 05:42 PM
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zzzzzz
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Hi
i am looking for the link to find the proccessors support hyper-v (amd-v ) intel VT

i only got the following proccessors in the price range
5600 x2 1 cach
7750 x2 3 cash
8450 x3 3 cash

can you provide me link to see which is supported ?
are the above processors support hyper-v ?

thanks all for your support
 05/22/2009 08:37 PM
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Decembermouse
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All the processors you listed support virtualisation. Just about anything from AMD that's Athlon 64 or newer. Except Semprons, but what kind of person who intends to do virtualisation's gonna get one of those anyway?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V...ualization_.28AMD-V.29

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 05/23/2009 04:53 AM
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PorscheRacer14
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Here's some information and benchmarks from Anand's latest server benchmarks. Looks like maybe Nehalem isn't all it cracks up to be, depending on what tiles and scenarios of software it's running on...

http://it.anandtech.com/IT/showdoc.aspx?i=3567&p=12

vApus Mark I gives the opposite view: the Xeon Nehalem is without a doubt the fastest platform, but the latest quad-core Opteron is not far behind. If your applications are somewhat similar to the ones we used in vApus mark I, pricing and power consumption may bring the Opteron Shanghai and even the Xeon 54xx back into the picture.


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