Server: Intel xeon/amd opteron® (Two-way and above servers only)
PC: P4/celeron/p4m/core/core i3/core i5/core 7/AMD
The full name of SMP is "symmetric multiprocessing" (symmetrical multi-processing), which is the collection of a set of processors on a single computer, a shared memory subsystem and a bus structure between CPUs. In this architecture, a computer is no longer made up of a single CPU, while the operating system is run by multiple processors, together with memory and other resources. Although multiple CPUs are used at the same time, they behave like a single machine for users. The system assigns tasks to multiple CPUs, which improves the data processing capabilities of the entire system. In symmetric multiprocessing systems, system resources are shared by all CPUs in the system, and workloads can be distributed evenly over all available processors.
PC: Non ECC
ECC is a shorthand for "error Checking and correcting", and the Chinese name is "bug check and correct". ECC is a technology that enables "error checking and correction", and ECC memory is the memory that applies this technology, which is generally applied to servers and graphics workstations, which will make the entire computer system more secure and stable at work.
Server: SAS/SCSI/SATA/RAID/SFF SAS
Server: Redundant power supply/dedicated power PFC (powered Function correcting power factor corrector)
PC: Normal, but high-end microcomputers also use server power.
Server: Redundant fans
PC: also GB, but generally only one network card.