The CPU acts as the "brain" of the computer, interpreting and executing instructions from the computer's software, including the operating system, applications, and user programs. It performs basic arithmetic, logical, and input/output operations, allowing the computer to perform a wide range of tasks, from running basic programs to complex calculations, and even playing video games.
In addition to personal computers, CPUs are also a critical component of servers. Servers require powerful CPUs to handle the demands of multiple users and applications simultaneously and deliver exceptional performance for enterprise and HPC workloads. There are a variety of settings where servers are used, including businesses, data centers, and the internet.
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In the commercial sector, GIGABYTE servers offer a range of CPU options based on multiple architectures, including x86 architecture CPUs developed by AMD and Intel, and Arm architecture CPUs developed by Ampere, to meet the high-performance, reliable, and scalable demands of customers across diverse application scenarios. Moreover, GIGABYTE invests in developing heterogeneous computing servers that integrate CPU and GPU resources for use in enterprises and research institutions. The CPU in a server performs the essential task of executing the "instruction cycles" required by the server's primary workload, which can range from web hosting to analyzing signals from space.
In addition, GIGABYTE also provides efficient and reliable cooling solutions for CPUs and servers. With cutting-edge cooling technologies, GIGABYTE's coolers and advanced cooling solutions are designed to dissipate heat effectively and ensure CPUs and servers running at optimal temperatures and operate at peak performance, even under heavy workloads and demanding conditions.
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