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Faster CPU. Is it in plan?

Mon Mar 05, 2007 11:38 am

Hi

Do you have such plans to make a routerboard with a faster CPU?

If yes, when aprox it will be in production?

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Mon Mar 05, 2007 11:49 am

yes, in a few months such product will be available.
 
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yes, in a few months such product will be available.
How faster CPU ?
 
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2-3x faster
 
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2-3x faster
faster than RB532?
 
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yes!
 
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Tue Mar 06, 2007 8:03 am

Will they support the 564 daughterboard? I need to buy a 532/564 now but need the faster CPU in a couple of months.
 
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some of the new boards will support the daughterboards
 
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Tue Mar 06, 2007 9:22 am

Great
 
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2 - 3x faster?
Humm
So is that answer something like this?
rb532 over clocked to 400mhz x 2 = 800mhz
rb532 stock speed 266mhz x 3 = 798mhz
 
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2 - 3x faster?
Humm
So is that answer something like this?
rb532 over clocked to 400mhz x 2 = 800mhz
rb532 stock speed 266mhz x 3 = 798mhz
Wow! Now the new POE standard will be PWCOE (Power Water Cooling Over Ethernet). :)
 
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2 - 3x faster?
Humm
So is that answer something like this?
rb532 over clocked to 400mhz x 2 = 800mhz
rb532 stock speed 266mhz x 3 = 798mhz
Wow! Now the new POE standard will be PWCOE (Power Water Cooling Over Ethernet). :)
Probably a smaller silicon process, 1/4 off the wavelength generally yields 1/2 the size and 2x the speed with the same power consumption(heat).
 
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as apple would say ... think different ;)
 
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I'm hoping you guys could produce xscale systems :D
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Mon Apr 09, 2007 6:18 pm

400Mhz is plenty of MIPS cpu, and 32MB is plenty of RAM. What I want to see is a beefier power supply with more mini PCI slots!

Rather than having a ton of CPU power (more is nice, but IMO 400Mhz is plenty), what we need is more power supply capacity and more mini-PCI slots.

Ideally I'd like to see a board with a ~400Mhz cpu, 32 or 64MB ram, and capable of supporting 3-4 XR2 cards :)
 
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Mon Apr 09, 2007 9:36 pm

I smell an Intel system on chip solution..
Check the recent press from intel about a P4 based system on chip...

I have NO inside info. Just thinking along the "Apple" line, and putting 2 and 2 together...

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well months have passed since the initial announcement of faster chips and I have a multisite ptp project that has been brewing since then. I was hoping to use the faster mt boards but it seems I will be stuck with 532s, it is time to put in my purchase order.
 
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well months have passed since the initial announcement of faster chips and I have a multisite ptp project that has been brewing since then. I was hoping to use the faster mt boards but it seems I will be stuck with 532s, it is time to put in my purchase order.
if you read the forum carefully, you will see that we are presenting new fast routerboards in USA MUM in a few weeks.
 
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Those damn Americans get to see all the good stuff first. LOL
 
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well months have passed since the initial announcement of faster chips and I have a multisite ptp project that has been brewing since then. I was hoping to use the faster mt boards but it seems I will be stuck with 532s, it is time to put in my purchase order.
if you read the forum carefully, you will see that we are presenting new fast routerboards in USA MUM in a few weeks.
MUM Nigeria is in a few weeks. Unless you have overclocked the calendar. USA MUM is a month and a half away.

I am looking for more throughput. I am hoping that 2x cpu will give us that. Or are the bottlenecks in software?
 
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well maybe I will go back to the site and replace the busiest node(s) if I am having performance issues.
 
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well months have passed since the initial announcement of faster chips and I have a multisite ptp project that has been brewing since then. I was hoping to use the faster mt boards but it seems I will be stuck with 532s, it is time to put in my purchase order.
if you read the forum carefully, you will see that we are presenting new fast routerboards in USA MUM in a few weeks.
MUM Nigeria is in a few weeks. Unless you have overclocked the calendar. USA MUM is a month and a half away.

I am looking for more throughput. I am hoping that 2x cpu will give us that. Or are the bottlenecks in software?
MUM Nigeria is in one week, MUM USA is in 5 weeks. There are no bottlenecks in software, on some PC systems we have seen 3Gbits of throughput still with no limit in sight.
 
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well months have passed since the initial announcement of faster chips and I have a multisite ptp project that has been brewing since then. I was hoping to use the faster mt boards but it seems I will be stuck with 532s, it is time to put in my purchase order.
if you read the forum carefully, you will see that we are presenting new fast routerboards in USA MUM in a few weeks.
MUM Nigeria is in a few weeks. Unless you have overclocked the calendar. USA MUM is a month and a half away.

I am looking for more throughput. I am hoping that 2x cpu will give us that. Or are the bottlenecks in software?
MUM Nigeria is in one week, MUM USA is in 5 weeks. There are no bottlenecks in software, on some PC systems we have seen 3Gbits of throughput still with no limit in sight.
Hi normis, would you tell us what are some PC?
 
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Sun Apr 22, 2007 9:36 pm

Hi normis .. faster routerboards ? do you mean RB333 ? comparing it to 532 whts the differences ? and what does those numbers mean ( 532,333) ???????
 
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Hi normis .. faster routerboards ? do you mean RB333 ? comparing it to 532 whts the differences ? and what does those numbers mean ( 532,333) ???????
so, lets start with 532

so, it is 500 series with 3 ethernet ports and 2 miniPCI slots for wireless cards.

so, 333 now :)

300 series board with 3 ethernet and 3 miniPCI

and how much faster if faster, you will find out in MUM in USA, and in Nigeria you will see a roadmap, and see where does it lead ;)
 
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Tue Apr 24, 2007 9:13 am

Hmmm...

How about the physical size? Will it fit into the same size cases (indoor and out) as the 532?
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How can a 300 series be faster than a 500 series? :shock:
 
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as it has more interfaces and a different design, it will not fit into the old cases. the series number (300) does not indicate the speed
 
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so What does 300 and 500 indicate to ?????? size of engine or what ??

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