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Embedded CPU board question!!

Started by Lucky Girl™ July 15, 2006
Hi~ I have a question about Embedded CPU board

If Embedded CPU board has tow CPUs, is it very normal or high
technology for Embedded industry?

CPU support

Supports Socket 604 Dual Intel Xeon/LV Xeon processors up to 2.8 GHz
with 400/533 MHz FSB or LV Xeon up to 2.4 GHz with 400/533 MHz FSB

    On-board intelligent switching type power regulator x 2
    Supports streaming SIMD instruction
    Supports uni- processor implementation
    Supports Hyper- Threading Technology

Thanks a lot!!

Julia Ho
www.nexcom.com.tw
*The harder I work the luckier I get*

On 15 Jul 2006 06:01:47 -0700, "Lucky Girl&#2013266073;" <juliaho@nexcom.com.tw>
wrote:

>Hi~ I have a question about Embedded CPU board > >If Embedded CPU board has tow CPUs, is it very normal or high >technology for Embedded industry? > >CPU support > >Supports Socket 604 Dual Intel Xeon/LV Xeon processors up to 2.8 GHz >with 400/533 MHz FSB or LV Xeon up to 2.4 GHz with 400/533 MHz FSB > > On-board intelligent switching type power regulator x 2 > Supports streaming SIMD instruction > Supports uni- processor implementation > Supports Hyper- Threading Technology
In a world where "embedded" can cover everything from a single 4-bit micro all the way up to an embedded multi-processor VME chassis, the terms "normal" and "high technology" are very, very relative. -- Rich Webb Norfolk, VA
Lucky Girl&trade; <juliaho@nexcom.com.tw> wrote:

> If Embedded CPU board has tow CPUs, is it very normal or high > technology for Embedded industry?
It's neither. It's somewhere in between, because "Embedded industry" is such an enormously nebulous specification.
> Supports Socket 604 Dual Intel Xeon/LV Xeon processors up to 2.8 GHz > with 400/533 MHz FSB or LV Xeon up to 2.4 GHz with 400/533 MHz FSB
> On-board intelligent switching type power regulator x 2 > Supports streaming SIMD instruction > Supports uni- processor implementation > Supports Hyper- Threading Technology
Sorry to burst your bubble, but I don't see any reason to call such a thing an "Embedded CPU board". There's really nothing particularly embedded-specific about it. It's a PC mainboard, period. -- Hans-Bernhard Broeker (broeker@physik.rwth-aachen.de) Even if all the snow were burnt, ashes would remain.
Dear All,

Thank for reply.
You mean my information is not enough for judging my question.
What kind of information do you need for answer my question?

If I give below information, is it can judge?

  Socket 604 for Dual Intel=AE Xeon=AE/LV Xeon=AE processors up to 2.8 GHz


  184-pin DIMM x 4 , Supports DDR 200/266 SDRAM memory up to 8 GB

  Intel=AE E7501/P64H2 chipsets

  ATI Rage=99 XL VGA, 8 MB frame buffer memory

  Intel=AE 82545GM Gigabit Ethernet x 2

  Customized 2U Heatsink/Fan for Dual Xeon processors

Thanks

Julia Ho
www.nexcom.com.tw
*The harder I work the luckier I get*

"Lucky GirlT" <juliaho@nexcom.com.tw> wrote in message 
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> Hi~ I have a question about Embedded CPU board > > If Embedded CPU board has tow CPUs, is it very normal or high > technology for Embedded industry? > > CPU support > > Supports Socket 604 Dual Intel Xeon/LV Xeon processors up to 2.8 GHz > with 400/533 MHz FSB or LV Xeon up to 2.4 GHz with 400/533 MHz FSB > > On-board intelligent switching type power regulator x 2 > Supports streaming SIMD instruction > Supports uni- processor implementation > Supports Hyper- Threading Technology > > Thanks a lot!! > > Julia Ho > www.nexcom.com.tw > *The harder I work the luckier I get*
Hmmm. Looks like larwe was right. It's a sales spam disguised (sorta) as a tech question. Steve http://www.fivetrees.com