Brutus V5 Research

see also Brutus All (XEON) models support: MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, AVX, Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology (EIST), Intel 64, XD bit (an NX bit implementation), TXT, Intel VT-x, Intel VT-d, Hyper-threading (except E3-1220v2, E3-1225v2), Turbo Boost, AES-NI, Smart Cache.

|| ‘‘‘CPU’’’ || ‘‘‘Cores’’’ || ‘‘‘Freq.’’’ || ‘‘‘L2 Cache’’’ || ‘‘‘L3 Cache’’’ || ‘‘‘TDP’’’ || ‘‘‘AES’’’ || ’’’CPU Mark''' || Actual System Power Usage Idle || Preis || || Xeon E3-1220L v2 || 2(4) || 2.3 (3.5)GHz || 2 x 256 KB || 3 MB || 17 W || Y || 3381 || || ~ 220€ || || Xeon E3-1220 v2 || 4 || 3.1 (3.5)GHz || 4 x 256 KB || 8 MB || 69 W || Y || 7294 || 45W 1 || 195€ || || Xeon E3-1230 v2 || 4 || 3.3 (3.7)GHz || 4 x 256 KB || 8 MB || 69 W || Y || 9048 || 69W || 205€ || || Core i3 2120T || 2(4) || 2.6 GHz || 2 x 256 KB || 3 MB || 35 W || N || 3088 || || 120€ || || Core i3 2100 || 2(4) || 3.1 GHz || 2 x 256 KB || 3 MB || 65 W || N || 3863 || || 115€ || || Pentium G620 || 2 || 2.6 GHz || || || 65 W || N || 2481 || || 55€ || || Pentium G620T || || 2.2 GHz || || || 35 W || N || || || 77€ || || E-450 || 2 || 1.65 GHz || 2 x 512 KB || || 18 W || N || 803 || || || || E-350 || 2 || 1.6 GHz || 2 x 512 KB || || 18 W || N || 767 || || ||

<<Anchor(1)>>[1] we’ve bench tested an X9SCL+-F with E3-1230 and 16GB of RAM at 45 watts idle

looks like power saving models are not really worth the premium price

even overall efficiency is worse

ivy bridge uses ~2 W less than sandy bridge in idle

Xeons support AVX, NX, TXT, VT-x,Intel VT-d, Turbo Boost, AES-NI, Smart Cache

=== Boards ===

ASRock H77 Pro4-M Intel H77 So.1155 Dual Channel DDR3 mATX Retail

besser: B75 Pro3-M (8xSATA niedriger Stromverbrauch ca 60€

Intel Server Board S1200BTL 4xSATA2, 2xSATA3, 2xGigEth ca. 150€,

These supermicro boards support ECC RAM with Core I3s

=== ECC === ecc ram: ca. 37€ für 4GB (zB crucial)

=== Beispiele ===

==== ECC el Cheapo ====

  • Pentium 55€
  • supermicro board 150€
  • 16gb ecc ram: 150€ ‘‘‘Summe: 355€’’’

==== ECC Xeon ====

  • Xeon 220€
  • supermicro board 150€
  • 16gb ecc ram: 150€ ‘‘‘Summe: 520€’’’

==== el Cheapo ====

  • Pentium 55€
  • board 70€
  • 12 GB ram 60€ ‘‘‘Summe: 185€’’’

== SATA Controller ==

  • IBM ServeRaid M1015 2xSAS, 6 Gbps, ab FreeBSD 9 ‘gut’ supported, ab 80€
  • asm1061 based cards, 2xSATA, ab 12€, gibt öfter Probleme damit

== AMD based ==

== Gehäuse == Nanoxia Deep Silence 1 ca 100 €

= Haswell based Xeons =

|| ‘‘‘CPU’’’ || ‘‘‘Cores’’’ || ‘‘‘Freq.’’’ || ‘‘‘L2 Cache’’’ || ‘‘‘L3 Cache’’’ || ‘‘‘TDP’’’ || ‘‘‘AES’’’ || ’’’CPU Mark''' || Actual System Power Usage Idle || Preis || || Xeon E3-1225 v3 || 4 || 3.2 (3.6)GHz || 4 x 256 KB || 8 MB || 80 W || Y || || || 210 || || Xeon E3-1230 v3 || 4(8) || 3.3 (3.7)GHz || 4 x 256 KB || 8 MB || 80 W || Y || 9469 || || 220 || || Xeon E3-1240 v3 || 4(8) || 3.4 (3.8)GHz || 4 x 256 KB || 8 MB || 80 W || Y || 10096 || || 260 || || Xeon E3-1245 v3 || 4(8) || 3.4 (3.8)GHz || 4 x 256 KB || 8 MB || 80 W || Y || 9126 || || 270 || || Core i3 4330 || 2(4) || 3.5 GHz || 2 x 256 KB || 4 MB || 65 W || Y || || || 130€ || || Core i3 4130 || 2(4) || 3.4 GHz || 2 x 256 KB || 3 MB || 65 W || Y || || || 115€ || || Pentium G3420 || 2 || 2.4 GHz || ? || 3 MB || 53 W || N || 3449 || || ||

Crucial DDR3 PC3-12800 • CL=11 • Unbuffered • ECC • DDR3-1600 • 1.5V • 1024Meg x 72 • • Part #: CT2KIT102472BA160B: 190€ (inkl. Mwst)

Xeon E3-1220v3 inkl 2xHD 33W idle Intel Xeon E3-1220 v3 (4x 3.1 GHz, max. 3.5 GHz Turbo) Supermicro X10SLM+-F (µATX, IPMI mit KVM, dual LAN) 2x 8 GB ECC RAM 1.35V 2x SanDisk Ultra Plus 256 GB SSD 2x 4TB Ultrastar 7K4000 (7200 rpm) Seasonic SS-300M1U (300 Watt, 80+ Gold) 5x 40mm Papst-Lüfter 1x Titan DC-155A915Z/R (CPU-Lüfter, 92mm, 2600 rpm)

Damit bin ich auf 33 Watt IDLE gekommen (Ubuntu 13.04 Server).


=== 24.10.2013 ===

  • Asus P9D 184,-
  • 8GB Kingston ValueRAM DDR3-1600 ECC CL11 je 80,- ( => 160,-)
  • Intel Xeon E3-1245v3 246,-
  • (alles mindfactory) ==== 590€ ==== E3-1230 206,-€