ICC Releases New Set of Overlocked Servers to Boost Hardware Performance

By CIOReview | Friday, July 24, 2015
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FREMONT, CA:  International Computer Concepts (ICC), a computer systems integrator and server manufacturing company, announces the release of a new line of fast and overlocked server models- R116v3, R118v3 and R218v3- to enable clients derive maximum output from their hardware.

The new line of servers utilizes the most advanced hyper-speed technology, packed with power to solve the speed issues faced by companies within financial and trade industry. All models include the standard Intel 3500 Series or Micron 500DC SSD4 Drives x 2.5/3.5 hard drive, but have variations when it comes to the processors and memory used within the server.

The specifications of the new three server models include:

R-116v3

CPU: A 1x Intel 4-core i7-4790K Haswell-Refresh Core Processor- LGA1150

Speeds of 4.0 GHz (original) and 4.7 GHz (overclocked).

RAM: Memory of 4 DIMMs, up to 32GB DDR3 2400 + MHz.

R-118v3

CPU: 1x Intel 8-core i7-5960x Haswell-E Core Processor- LGA2011

Speeds of 3.0 GHz (original) and 4.5 GHz (overclocked).

RAM: Memory of 8 DIMMS, up to 64GB DDR4 2400 - 2800 + MHz.

R-218v3

CPU: 1x Intel 8-core i7-5960x Haswell-Refresh Core Processor- LGA2011

Speeds of 3.0 GHz (original) and 4.5 GHz (overclocked).

RAM: Memory of 8 DIMMS, up to 64GB DDR4 2400 - 2800 + MHz.

The ICC VEGA High Speed Trading Solutions were designed for the finance and financial trading industry and its computation-intensive environments.  The new servers were created for the specific requirements of financial trading applications and are well suited to perform flawlessly in environments where modeling & forecasting, risk analysis, and financial strategy development are maintained.

“When designing for speed there are many things that need to be taken into consideration and engineered in such a way that the system will not only be fast, but also be stable.  The designers really thought it all through from ensuring that both the RAM and cache can be overclocked, to changing the cooling mechanisms to a liquid water cooling system that will ensure that the server performs at optimal speed for our clients,” saysSrijay Sunil, Marketing Director, ICC.