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=== Altix 4700 ===
 
=== Altix 4700 ===
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The [[Altix 4700]] was announced in November 2005 as the first member of the '''Altix 4000''' family. It was introduced with blades using the single-core Itanium2 "Madison" CPUs, with promises that it would support the dual-core "Montecito" and "Montvale" processors that Intel would deliver at a later date. Maximum configuration would initially be 512 sockets per single system image, with some sources reporting 2,048 sockets in later shipments and a theoretical maximum of 8,192. Maximum memory was 128TB, ultimately expandable to 192TB using 16GB DIMMs in single-socket compute/memory blades. Peak performance in a single 42U rack was expected to approach 1 teraflop using dual-core CPUs.
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The Altix 4700 was announced in November 2005 as the first member of the '''Altix 4000''' family. It was introduced with blades using the single-core Itanium2 "Madison" CPUs, with promises that it would support the dual-core "Montecito" and "Montvale" processors that Intel would deliver at a later date. Maximum configuration would initially be 512 sockets per single system image, with some sources reporting 2,048 sockets in later shipments and a theoretical maximum of 8,192. Maximum memory was 128TB, ultimately expandable to 192TB using 16GB DIMMs in single-socket compute/memory blades. Peak performance in a single 42U rack was expected to approach 1 teraflop using dual-core CPUs.
    
=== Altix 450 ===
 
=== Altix 450 ===

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