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Yes, but don't forget the 3U HSF Assembly for POWER9 CPUs for 110$ :)
Anyway, 420$ for the latest and greatest CPU money can buy :o

Talos™ II Pre-Orders Now Open!

Very good pricing, IMO. At the moment, the site seems to be down?

General Discussion / Re: News from IBM and POWER8 / POWER9 plans
« on: July 05, 2017, 01:48:05 PM »
It's not about IBM, but PowerPC related:

Harnessing the Power of AltiVec in Modern COTS Applications

Yesterday I have voted also for Powertop, although I'm not happy with the name. Because it sounds a little bit like Desktop. But I also haven't a better name so far. PowerNote would be perfect, but frank.woo has mentioned it's already a company name :(

PeopleBook sounds very good to me and is very well fitting to our PPC slogan.

Or maybe "VirtusLiber"? This is the Latin translation of PowerBook.

Today I would vote for PeopleBook :)

General Discussion / Re: T-Shirt
« on: May 12, 2017, 05:35:22 PM »
Must be a event where IBM is present. But since is gone, Shirts are also gone.
I wrote a mail to the company I got the T-Shirt, but don't got an answer.

Also I wrote to the OpenPOWER Foundation, because they have a Shirt, too. But also got no response ...

PowerPC disassembler, maybe someone is interested in:

General Discussion / Re: News from IBM and POWER8 / POWER9 plans
« on: February 10, 2017, 12:36:18 AM »
News about POWER9 (ISSCC 2017)
Details about POWER9 (Google Translator)

Sorry, I don't find any english source.

General Discussion / Re: News from IBM and POWER8 / POWER9 plans
« on: November 29, 2016, 12:35:28 PM »
Thomas Krenn is also offering OpenPOWER (POWER8) servers:

The only european company so far.

General Discussion / China Core: PowerPC cores
« on: November 17, 2016, 04:04:51 PM »
There is another company that builds PowerPC CPUs. Sadly, only in chinese language:
C * Core CPU core (Google translator)

C9100 and C10000 sounds interesting.

In 2016 NXP also announced low-power versions of the T4:

T4240 -> 24 threads, 1,8GHz: 45W (3,75W per core)

NXP also announced a guideline DDR3 to DDR4 transition:

Suggestions / Re: Future Power CPU's and ideas
« on: November 07, 2016, 01:05:12 PM »
Why not. Visions are good. We will see what the future brings. But I'm pretty sure, you have to pay IBM a lot of money in doing this. And you can't compare with Intel, because they have a bigger market.

But I'm also pretty sure, if someone gives IBM enough money, the can build a chip that beats any Intel offerings.

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