[Arm-netbook] PCIe Graphic Chip
nikulinpi at gmail.com
Sun Nov 6 05:47:09 GMT 2011
Basically you can order anything in EOMA format, then make a blade
cluster out of them. You will need something with lots of cores to put
on a card; after that networking and routing will be an easy thing.
On 5 November 2011 22:02, Michelle Konzack
<linux4michelle at tamay-dogan.net> wrote:
> Hello Luke,
> Am 2011-11-06 03:46:20, hacktest Du folgendes herunter:
>> zynq 7030, it is from xilinx, it has a dual-core cortex A9 (800mhz)
>> built-in, and will be 28nm. absolutely amazing CPU.
> Ah OK. This should be enough to build a PCIe based GPU :-D with 24bit
> RGB-Interface, HDMI and whatever version of VGA output...
> Hmm, I am serarching for a solution to drive a "Samsung Syncmaster 305T"
> (2560x1920 pixel resolution; requires Dual DVI) with an ARM-Controller.
> Unfortunately I do not know how to code with FPGAs. Absolutely ZERO clue
>> > But the best ARM as server is currently the MV78200 with two PCIe 4x or
>> > up to eight PCI 1x and of course, it can use standard SO-DIMM as memory.
>> oh wait - how much power does this 2.5ghz CPU use?
> Currently I do not know exactly but the WHOLE Development Board around
> ~24 Watt, because the manufacturer told me, for now I have to ignore the
> Power consumation because the FPGA sucks much more as the final version.
> What about Samsung with there new Cortex A15?
> I have not found any infos about it because I have unconfirmed Infos,
> that this Dual-Core is 2,5 GHz too and can be used for Cloud-Servers.
> If the link is working:
> the Servers on the right image are some of my IBM x335 and x345 where
> the x345 with 6x 300 GByte SCSI and Raid-5 plus 1 HotFix is consuming
> 250 W/h. The servers are my Cloud based on
> 1) 1x x335 as Admin Server 120 Watt
> 2) 1x x335 as PostgreSQL 140 Watt
> 3) 1x x335 as http/mail Proxy 130 Watt
> 4) 1x x335 as DNS Server 120 Watt
> 5) 7x x345 as Storage 1750 Watt
> 6) 1x 3Com 3c17701 (4924) GE Switch 70 Watt
> 7) 1x Monitor 50 Watt
> 2380 Watt
> x 730 h/month
> x 22,8 ¢/kWh
> = 400 Euro Electricity per month
> I have urgently the need for arround 200-400 SMALL ARM based Servers
> and even if I can attach only two 500 GByte SAS drives in Raid-1 per µC.
> My idea is, to build those servers based on Euro-Cards of 100x160mm or
> maybe 100x220mm for which I can get standard 19" Lab-Racks and even
> Ready-To-Use backplanes. If I count 30.2mm/Server (2 HDDs) it would be
> 14 Servers with external PSU... This makes 14 TByte of storage maximum
> with a power consumation of maximal 250 Watt if all 14 Srvers are under
> full load (2x 4W for the HDDs, 10W for the MV78200, 1 GB SO-DIMM) and I
> can run each customer on its own Server...
> Thanks, Greetings and nice Day/Evening
> Michelle Konzack
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