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Old 9th June 2006, 11:03   #1
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For those who subscribe to certain threads, I will be interesting to know that I've done a small modification to include the message that is posted in the email (much like you get with vB3)

that way you immediately see the message that is posted


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Hello jmke,

test has just replied to a thread you have subscribed to entitled - Piotr is blogging - in the Off-Topic Hangout forum of Forum Madness @ Madshrimps.

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In Q1 of 2006, AMD-based systems accounted for over $1 billion, or one sixth of the x86 server space. The Opteron grew from a 6% market share to 15% market share in the astonishingly short period of only one year. In four socket servers, the Opteron grabbed 48% of the US market, up from 23% last year. What's more, this is not a "US only" phenomenon: the Opteron has a firm grip on 36% of the worldwide four socket market. Bear in mind that less than 4 years ago, AMD was nothing more than a blip on the server CPU radar.

Sun, which was getting strangled by the high volume Intel Xeon and the mighty Itanium, has also made a big comeback. An attractive UltraSparc IV+ with a fast, integrated L2 cache and massive L3 cache keeps the traditional Sparc buyers loyal, while the well-designed Galaxy Opteron based servers are pretty popular and the UltraSparc T1 "throughput CPU" attacks the midrange x86 market.

It's high time for Intel to find a proper response, as the competition is taking the wind out of Intel's server CPU sails. What's the answer? A Xeon based on the Core architecture: Woodcrest. We compared the Core and K8 architectures just a month ago. Memory disambiguation, large OOO buffers and a large but low latency shared L2 cache should make the Core architecture more efficient in server related tasks than any other x86 CPU.

This article compares a Woodcrest based Intel server with its closest rivals: AMD Opteron based servers such as the HP DL385 and MSI K2-102A2M and the UltraSparc T1 based Sun T2000 server.
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Old 9th June 2006, 13:28   #2
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Very good !

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Old 9th June 2006, 13:33   #3
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it's wasn't that hard either I've also (again?) removed all [Acronym=yellow]redirect pages[/Acronym], so no intermediate "post edited, thread post, reply posted" messages and after a new reply you are now correctly forwarded to your post

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Old 9th June 2006, 15:05   #5
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Quick-Edit added, no need to reload the thread, you just click the small radio button and you are good to go!


working nicely
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Old 10th June 2006, 15:23   #7
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now use a resolution which is not from the stone ages
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laptop only supports 1024

so forum looks wierd too previous was better.
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most used feature is webnew forum & "new posts" link; main forum page is not as used as you might think

it's not perfect, not claiming it to be either; it's a WIP as usual, but working nonetheless
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