fbpx
Contact us for Pricing or Questions:      (888) 682-5335          *We Ship Worldwide
Featured 

10 Facts you need to know about the POWER9 S924 CPUs:

9009-42A_S924

Nigel Griffiths presents 10 useful facts about performance, history and architecture of IBM's Power9  S924 System CPUs. Nigel works for IBM Advanced Technology Support, Europe. His job is to promote IBM Power Systems, PowerVM and AIX Technology. He not an IBM spokesperson. All opinions are his own.


1) 1 or 2 sockets for 1 or 2 POWER9 Chips

2) Each POWER9 Chip has 8, 10 or 12 CPU cores

3) 2 socket servers have 16, 20 or 24 CPU cores

4) Each CPU core runs 8 programs at a time (SMT=8)

5) The server runs 192 programs at the same time

6) Each POWER9 chip has 8 billion transistors

7) Lithography 14nm – that really really small!

8) Compared to POWER8 - 40% to 47% faster

9) POWER9 chip run at 3.9 to 4.0 GHz

10) S924 = 4U + S922 = 2U (slightly less cores)

1) 1 or 2 sockets for 1 or 2 POWER9 Chips

2) Each POWER9 Chip has 8, 10 or 12 CPU cores

3) 2 socket servers have 16, 20 or 24 CPU cores

4) Each CPU core runs 8 programs at a time (SMT=8)

5) The server runs 192 programs at the same time

6) Each POWER9 chip has 8 billion transistors

7) Lithography 14nm – that really really small!

8) Compared to POWER8 - 40% to 47% faster

9) POWER9 chip run at 3.9 to 4.0 GHz

10) S924 = 4U + S922 = 2U (slightly less cores)


The Big Difference Between Power9's Industry Stand...
SIEM and SYSLOG Forwarding Tutorial

Related Posts

 

Comments

No comments made yet. Be the first to submit a comment
Already Registered? Login Here
Guest
Thursday, 20 June 2019