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Dual socket mobo, asymmetric CPUs 16-cores + 4-cores, or 12+8 ? 6000 & 7000 series

Question asked by juanpc on Nov 26, 2017
Latest reply on Nov 26, 2017 by colesdav

As the title says...

with a dual socket motherboard having asymmetric CPUs?

for example 6308 + 6386 "4+16"

etc...

 

has someone done tests, or knows where I can find the answer?

 

6000 & 7000 series Opteron & Epyc

 

the reason is that some softwares i need only work with a maximum of 20-cores, and don't have a way to Core limit@ before starting the program.

the software works well with 16-cores, but Not with 32.

has a lot of errors, I suspect related to the software needing Visual Studio x86,

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