IDF Fall 2004: Dual Core, Virtualisation and Power Saving

@ 2004/09/08
Their first demonstration used two almost identically configured Xeon systems, one using DDR-II memory, the other using DDR, in a large density. The DDR-II-equipped system had a power draw some 100W less than the same DDR-equipped system. Spread over a large number of machines in your organisation and just the switch in memory types can save you lots of money and help with thermal design issues and other heat-related problems.

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