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Tukwila benchmark data

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Hello,

I am looking for any published benchmark data for servers that use Intel's quad-core Tukwila processor (Integrity 9300 series).  HP ships three different blade servers with this processor, the BL860c i2, BL870c i2, and BL890c i2.  I am trying to see how this platform compares to others from a hardware perspective.  Any benchmark data would be appreciated, although I am most interested in tests run under HP-UX.

Thanks so much for your help!
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This is HP's TPC-H for 16/64/64/Intel Itanium 9350 1.73 Ghz, 24MB iL3 cache

http://www.tpc.org/results/individual_results/HP/HP-1TB-Superdome2-64c-ES.pdf

Here is TheRegister - should have some more links for you:
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/02/09/intel_tukwila_feeds_speeds/

wmp

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Hi wmp,

Thanks for the information.  Do you happen to know of any benchmarks for their Tukwila blades?  The Superdome system is nice, but I would love some benchmarks on entry-level and midrange systems.

I will leave this open for a few days in case you can find any more.   Thanks for your help!
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