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Old 04-12-2019, 07:52 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Default Re: Develop motherboard

That information is not readily available unless the setup is open source. Anything claiming otherwise is a scam. You can look at open source motherboard schematics to get a foundation on how it all works. Power CPUs work with open source setups.

The architecture being x86-64, Power, ARM, etc. How the processors communicate with each other, peripherals, AICs, RAM, etc is all something you will need to fully understand before even attempting something like this.

Highly scalable means scaling up in core or processor count while maintaining communication with each other. You should look into the Power9 and Power10 Scale Up processors. I think Power9 SU is limited to 16 CPUs.
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