The TDP (thermal design power) will determine the maximum amount of power the cooling system in a computer is required to dissipate the heat on he processor, now if very important to keep the system running with an adequate cooling system, but that number (TDP) is not directly associate with processor performance.
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Thanks, Ricardo for your answer.
I'm talking about a server solution. Ok, what you say is that the TDP-Letter has nothing to do with the performance of the processor? Only with the heat on the processor?
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