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Hi Guys,

I am looking to build a data warehouse and trying to analyse hardware that may be suitable.


On microsoft's website they have an article called the fast track data warehouse which talks about how to evaluate cpu data throughput by using an indicator called the maximum cpu core consumption rate (MCR). The article tells you how you can work the consumption rate if you already purchased the cpu but I want to know if the cpu is suitable for my environment before I purchase it. Therefore I would like to know the MCR of the cpu beforehand.

The cpu is e5-2690v3. Does anyone know where to find the MCR of this cpu?

I would aloo like to know the MCR of the e7 series of cpus as well if possible.

thanks
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djordan 4543 (1/6/2015)
Hi Guys,

I am looking to build a data warehouse and trying to analyse hardware that may be suitable.


On microsoft's website they have an article called the fast track data warehouse which talks about how to evaluate cpu data throughput by using an indicator called the maximum cpu core consumption rate (MCR). The article tells you how you can work the consumption rate if you already purchased the cpu but I want to know if the cpu is suitable for my environment before I purchase it. Therefore I would like to know the MCR of the cpu beforehand.

The cpu is e5-2690v3. Does anyone know where to find the MCR of this cpu?

I would aloo like to know the MCR of the e7 series of cpus as well if possible.

thanks


Do you have a link for that article?

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from the link:

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/sqlserver/solutions-technologies/data-warehousing/reference-architecture.aspx

under reference guide click SQL Server 2012 Fast Track Data Warehouse Reference Guide. That will open a document that talks about CPU Consumption Rate and how to calculate it (if you already have the hardware)
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I found the solution from this hp article http://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/Getdocument.aspx?docname=4AA4-2072ENW I am able to calculate Cpu consumption core rate at 360 mb/s
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djordan 4543 (1/6/2015)
I found the solution from this hp article http://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/Getdocument.aspx?docname=4AA4-2072ENW I am able to calculate Cpu consumption core rate at 360 mb/s


It won't help. As with every installation I've seen, people are going to write junk code that will make it look like it's running on an old 6502 uProcessor and a cassette tape drive. ;-)

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First step towards the paradigm shift of writing Set Based code:
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lol - no worries mate. Unfortunately I have to make some sort of estimate of hardware quoted to me based on the proposed activity of the server.
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