This year’s group draw has once more apparently been favourable to Ferguson’s side, with United up against Braga, CFR Cluj and this week’s opponents from Turkey.Ferguson has confessed to having seriously misjudged last season’s competition, in which he experimented with line-ups and rested key players, and the fact that Robin van Persie and Shinji Kagawa both started Saturday’s 4-0 Premier League win over Wigan on the bench is a clear sign the Scot will be fielding his strongest side against Galatasary.“If we don’t go through, we will be criticised and pilloried for it and quite rightly,” said Ferguson. “We’ve had our warning and I don’t anticipate going out this time.“We’ve had opportunities in the competition. We’ve lost two finals to Barcelona and won two in the last decade or so but we want to do better. Certainly, we’ll do better than last year – no question about that.”While Ferguson has also expressed his desire to wrestle the Premier League title from Manchester City this season, there is no doubt he also retains a burning ambition to lead United to what would be a fourth European crown.“The European Cup is incredible,” added Ferguson. “There’s an atmosphere in the build-up to a European final and great charisma about it.“Also, without question, it elevates your status within the game like the Real Madrids and AC Milans. We want to be up there in terms of the number of trophies won in European football.”However, given the experience of last season – in which eventual Premier League champions City also failed to reach the knock-out stages – Ferguson is wary of complacency creeping into his squad.“We’ve seen some examples of that over the last few years,” said Ferguson of the danger of an upset in the competition.“For instance, the Cypriot team (Apoel Nicosia) getting to the quarter-finals and Basel beating us and getting to the next stage against Bayern Munich.“There are a couple of other examples of the lesser-known teams doing well and Monaco played Porto in the final one time, which was a surprise. But, at the end of the day, you always think one of the big ones is going to win it.“It doesn’t do the competition any harm, to be honest with you and who would have predicted Chelsea winning it last season?.“The only thing you can think about is qualifying.”United seem certain to start van Persie and Kagawa against Galatasary, with veteran defender Patrice Evra, also rested on Saturday, poised to return.The Turkish side still remember, with pride, the 1993 Champions League campaign in which a 3-3 home draw, followed by a goalless stalemate at Old Trafford, saw them knock United out of the Champions League on away goals.Fatih Terim, Galatasaray’s current coach, believes his side are capable of repeating that upset.“I don’t need to tell you how Manchester United are a big club,” he said.“We respect them but we don’t fear them. We are going to England for a good result.“Years ago we made history against them. I believe Galatasaray can repeat that success.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000MANCHESTER, United Kingdom, September 18 – Sir Alex Ferguson has vowed Manchester United will not repeat the mistakes of last season’s Champions League campaign as his side prepare for their opening match in this term’s group stages.United host Galatasary at Old Trafford on Wednesday with memories still fresh of last season’s group campaign when Ferguson saw his team fail to reach the knock-out stages from a pool containing seemingly modest opponents in Benfica, Basel and Otelul Galati.
Transfer Rumours and Paper Review 1 Here are the top headlines and transfer-related stories in Sunday’s newspapers…Chelsea will resist any bids for Real Madrid target Eden Hazard and are prepared to reward his superb form with a new contract. (Sunday Telegraph)Manchester United are reportedly willing to shell out £60m to land Real Madrid star James Rodriguez. The Colombian is said to be keen on a move this summer. (Manchester Evening News)Jack Wilshere is eager to make a move to AC Milan in the summer if Arsene Wenger decides to offload the Arsenal midfielder. David Beckham recommended the move to Wilshere after lavishing praise on the club and the 25-year-old has noted how Joe Hart’s has enjoyed a successful season in Serie A with Torino. (Mail on Sunday)Arsene Wenger is targeting a move for Leicester keeper Kasper Schmeichel in a clear sign that he is planning to stay at Arsenal. (Sunday Mirror)Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure is a target for both Milan clubs. The Ivorian’s current contract at the Etihad expires in the summer. (The Sun)Monaco have slapped a bank-busting £130million price tag on wonderkid Kylian Mbappe. The 18-year-old is a reported target for Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and a whole host of other top clubs in Europe. (Sunday Express)Jurgen Klopp is ‘adamant’ forward Divock Origi has a future at Liverpool and has no intention of selling the Belgian. (Liverpool Echo)Arsenal are set to battle it out with north London rivals Tottenham for Everton midfielder Ross Barkley. (Sunday Mirror)Ronald Koeman will demand the £100million war-chest to rebuild Everton if Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley leave this summer. (Sunday Mirror)The Toffees boss could use £40m of that to bring Sunderland goalkeeper Jordan Pickford and Burnley defender Michael Keane to Goodison. (The Sun)Fulham have slapped a massive £20m price tag on the head of midfielder Tom Cairney, a target for Newcastle in January. (Sunday Mirror)Man City attacker Jesus Navas is closing in on a return to Sevilla. The Spanish winger is out of contract in June and appears set to re-join his old side after a four-year absence. (The Sun)Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe is interested in signing Jermain Defoe from relegation-threatened Sunderland — and keep his England dream alive – amid interest from China. (The Sun)And here are the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…LISTEN: Neil Taylor ‘would never go out to hurt anyone’, former Wales team-mate Robert Earnshaw tells talkSPORTTottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino’s meeting with Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu ‘a chance encounter between old friends’, talkSPORT toldAntoine Griezmann transfer update: Chelsea will battle Manchester United for £86m Atletico Madrid forward this summerLiverpool news: Luis Figo wishes Steven Gerrard had joined him at Real MadridTransfer news: Power ranking the top 20 summer signings in the Premier LeaguePremier League team of the season – strongest XI of the 2016/17 campaign based on statsThe nine worst managers of the Premier League era with clubs currently playing in England’s top flight
A ‘Donegal Signature Dish’ event has been planned for next week to highlight the most delicious food the county has to offer.All that is good about Donegal food will be showcased at the special event in Harvey’s Point when some of Donegal most talented chefs, food suppliers and trade representatives will be joined by guest food writers and bloggers at the inaugural event.The event which is being hosted by Donegal County Council in association with Donegal Tourism is about celebrating Donegal food and fresh local produce and is a great opportunity to promote Donegal food and people who champion it – chefs, restaurants, suppliers and artisan producers. Restaurants across the county were invited earlier this year and encouraged to submit their signature dishes, which would then undergo a selection to form a menu for the event. The dishes had to consist of Donegal sourced ingredients and feature on the current or seasonal menu.The final tasting menu is a balanced selection of ten dishes from around the county; those dishes will be served on the night and each chef will also have an opportunity to share the story behind the dish with the audience. Brian McDermott from the Foyle Hotel in Moville pictured at the Off the Street Food Festival in Letterkenny, receiving his Donegal Food Coast Plaque from Patrick Devine of Local Enterprise Office, Donegal © John Soffe 2018.Well known Donegal Chef and the new owner of the Foyle Hotel in Moville Brian McDermott will be the guest host for the evening and the following chefs will be cooking their dishes on the night and represent their establishments:Chef Gary McPeake – McGrory’s Hotel, CuldaffChef Christopher Molloy – Lemon Tree Restaurant, LetterkennyChef Anthony Armstrong – Nesbitt Arms Hotel, ArdaraChefs Chris McMenamin and Colin McKee – Harvey’s Point Hotel, Donegal TownChef Paul Brady – Castle Grove Country House, LetterkennyChef Marco Letterese – The Olde Castle Bar, Donegal TownChef Ian Orr – Browns on the Green, LetterkennyChef Brian McMonagle – Arnolds Hotel, DunfanaghyChef Karl Murtagh – The Silver Tassie Hotel & Spa, LetterkennyChefs Joe & Brenda O’Hora – Benny & Co, BallybofeyBarney Mc Laughlin, Head of Tourism Unit, Donegal County Council says “we are delighted that the chefs in the county have risen to the challenge to participate in this exciting event. This is not a competition but an opportunity to showcase the best that the county has to offer; it’s about working together to promote quality food in Donegal and send a message out to our local people, guests and visitors that Donegal does food well. We are delighted to be joined on the night by food writers, bloggers, well-known chefs and local representatives from the food sector who are among the invited guests”. Donegal’s best food to be celebrated at special event was last modified: September 6th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:chefsdonegal fooddonegal signature dishfoodharvey’s point
The back-end of the works Ford bounced a bit on the road as it looked for grip across the road from the public toilets at the bottom of the hill. The driver’s arms were straight as he braced himself with a firm grip on the three-spoke bakelite steering wheel.He looked both at the road directly in front of him and into the massive hill ahead where the coast road cut its way into the mountain pass. Advertisement The brand new Ford engine revved out to its limit as the driver timed each gear change perfectly.At one stage it felt as if the Ford was airborne for a while, indicated by a sensation you feel in your backside when this happens.Even though we’re climbing the speed is still gathering as we approach Wilhare’s Corner.A local rallying hero PJ Wilhare from Cranford made this corner famous when he put his special lightweight fiberglass Mini off the road in a big way on that corner near the hairpin the first year the hill was used for the Hillclimb. Advertisement Since then many pulled up at the telltale broken barriers to see if they could figure out what happened that day.Flat in TopIf everything is going right for you, those who have won the hill climb or have won the Donegal International Rally, they will tell you that you will be taking Wilhare’s corner in flat top gear and the bravest will not be liftingOff the gasAs our yellow Ford approached Wilhare’s, our pilot decided to give the famous corner the respect he felt it deserved and decided to drop down a gear resulting in the new Ford engine revving out loudly briefly before the driver changed it back up into top gear again all of which took most of the momentum out on the wide fast corner. A German registered Opel on Knockala Coast road taking in the views. Photo Brian McDaidThe cautious respect for Wilhare’s corner was a blessing in disguise because as the Ford negotiated the hairpin something started to rattle in the rear.Was it the drive shaft, the differential, a spring or a shock Maybe? No, it was the fridge! This fridge had slid up to the front of the van.What were we doing taking a fridge up Knockalla, well that was the reason we were there in the first place. The works Ford was, in fact, a Ford from work, a brand new V4 petrol powered Ford Transit Van in ESB standard Yellow and Grey colours registration number VIH 405.We were out with my father delivering merchandise, as he called it. A fridge was to be delivered to one of the very few houses a converted fort on Knockalla Hill and with us on our summer holidays my father took us to Fanad for the spin. The beauty of Knockallla Coast Road. Photo Brian McDaid.When we got as far as the top of the hill to the lay-by with the view of Ballymastocker Bay we pulled in, not as much to enjoy the view but more to re-secure the fridge, which you could say had “moved in Transit” thanks to the excitement of driving up and around the Knockalla Coast Road.The Fridge,The Ford,The Fort,The French Invasion,and Fred.The fridge in the Ford was destined for the Fort, one of several Napoleonic batteries built along the shores of Lough Swilly centuries before to defend the North West of Ireland.It was part of a scheme to fortify Lough Swilly and Lough Foyle against a French Invasion during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.A couple of centuries on that building was still defending its perimeters as we were to find when we arrived at the entrance only to find the fridge would not fit through the tall narrow gateway into the walled pathway that led into the fort.On board a Ford on Knockalla Coast road many years ago It doesn’t get much better than thisOnly when all the cardboard and aero board packing was removed, some of which blew away in the summer breeze down the hillside, much to the amusement of the local sheep who thought it was small white square sheepdogs.We finally manage to carry the fridge, head high up the pathway and into the house.When the fridge finally made it out of the Ford and safely into the Fort on Knockalla it was still minus a plug. While we were offered tea with a fantastic view of Lough Swilly my father Fred fitted a plug which he borrowed from their Hoover.The beauty of Donegal captured from the top of Knockala Coast road. Photo By Brian McDaid.It was nice to see the light inside the fridge come to life when my father plugged it in. The fridge made all the right rattles as it started to cool everything down.As we headed away up on to the coast road again in our transit to complete our spin around tithe famous coast road my father stopped further up the road where he showed us where the ESB had to go across the hillside to take the power supply into the old Fort when they first took the electricity.A tourist on the wall at the top of Knockalla taking in the beautiful view. Photo Brian McDaid.He knew all about the infrastructure of the ESB network here because it was himself that plotted the route for a line into the hill as a young engineers assistant (or a pegger) It was Fred who placed the pegs along the hillside for the crews to come behind him to erect the poles and put in the power supply in not known that he would be back a decade later delivering a fridge to the same address.From Tourists to Frazer Nash racing carsOur story may be different to that of the norm of people that travel over this mountain pass and stopped just to take in the great view I have seen the most beautiful Frazer Nash racing car brave the rain to come to Ireland to drive over the pass to people as from as far away as Germany pull up at the top of the hill at the viewing point and enjoy the view.A Frazer Nash vintage sport car braving the pouting rain to say they passed over Knockala coast road a couple of years back. Photo Brian McDaid.People in cars, on foot and even a schoolmate of my own Harry Boyce who was out enjoying a cycle over the hill.Knockalla is just one of the great roads around the coast of Donegal that people come for near and far to enjoy. A great place to chill but not a great place to deliver a fridge.Happy motoring folks.DD Motoring: Knockalla Coast road-with a twist! was last modified: December 27th, 2018 by Brian McDaidShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:dd motoringKnockallamotoring
McDonell beats Tigers, wins team titleBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterSTRATFORD — The Stratford volleyball team went 4-1 to finish second at its home Stratford Volleyball Tournament on Saturday at Stratford High School.The Tigers won four matches 2-0, beating Stevens Point Pacelli 25-20, 25-16; Cadott 25-14, 25-22; Athens 25-13, 25-17; and Rosholt 25-17, 25-7. Chippewa Falls defeated Stratford 25-12, 26-24 and finished the tournament 5-0 to win the title.Mazie Nagel had 33 kills and 21 digs, Jordyn Dahlke had 52 assists, Brooke Peterson added 41 assists, McKayla Krall had 19 kills, and Blaire Lindner had 17 kills for Stratford.The Tigers host Auburndale in a Marawood Conference South Division match on Tuesday.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)
27 January 2014 The first Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) ministerial meeting on science, technology and innovation will take place in Kleinmond in the Western Cape from 10 to 11 February, the Department of Science and Technology announced last week. Science and Technology Minister Derek Hanekom will host the two-day event, which will be attended by science ministers from the BRICS countries. The meeting is one of the activities agreed to at the 5th BRICS summit held in Durban last year. According to the department, the ministers will table a memorandum of understanding aimed at strengthening cooperation between the five countries in science, technology and innovation. The memorandum will also commit the countries to seeking to tackle common socio-economic challenges “through appropriate funding and investment instruments, using shared experiences and complementarities, the co-generation of new knowledge and innovative products, services and processes, and promoting joint BRICS partnerships with other strategic actors in the developing world”. On the second day of the event, the BRICS ministers will visit the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) site in Carnarvon in the Northern Cape, where the MeerKAT radio telescope, a precursor to the SKA, is being constructed. SAinfo reporter
Jira Studios from Atassian is a service to manage software development projects. It’s short and to the point, telling us why the service is a value to customers. alex williams Tags:#enterprise#news#Products 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now IT + Project Management: A Love Affair Drawloop has a complex product to explain but 2:42 is a bit too long for most people. Tell this story in less than 90 seconds and we think it could have a lot more value for the viewer. Related Posts Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… Mindmeister is mind mapping tool. They show the problem that comes when fleshing out ideas then go directly into a demo of how the product work and fits with Google Apps Marketplace. ConclusionThe vendors that created videos for Google Apps Marketplace deserve some credit for at least taking advantage of the YouTube channel. But what is it about trying to be cute? Some of these videos are like advertisements. That can be fine and well for a blog or for an event but it seems like a lost opportunity for a YouTube channel on Google Apps Marketplace. The Google Apps Marketplace has launched a YouTube channel to promote its third-party partners. Less than a third of the vendors have posted videos to the YouTube channel. Google Apps is not rocket science but the idea of integrating third-party applications into Google Apps is a new concept for most customers. The YouTube channel will by no means make an app successful. But it does provide a channel to explain what the product does and how it fits with Google Apps Marketplace. And the video can be used in different channels, too, such as on a blog or Facebook.So far, the YouTube channel includes 16 videos. Overall, 60 vendors are now part of the Google Apps Marketplace. Some of the videos are pretty professional, done in the Common Craft vein. But surprisingly, many are pretty mediocre, telling us little about the products and how they integrate with Google Apps Marketplace. Others tell too much about how the product works, not providing a clear value statement about the integration.Of the videos on the YouTube channel, Aviary is one of our favorites. Aviary is a service with tools to create graphics, edit images and do basic design. In smart fashion, Aviary then uses its blog to show how they used their own tools to produce the video. Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… On the contrary, Expensify gets right to the point. It’s just 32 seconds. It looks like a video the founder made it with a USB microphone but that’s okay. He gets to the point – fast. The YouTube video from Concur Breeze is entertaining but it does not explain the product at all. Only in the last few seconds do we see someone doing their expenses online using the Concur product.
A felony stalking suspect is on the loose in Callaway County.Authorities say Jeffrey Ennis is also accused of the felonies of domestic assault and leaving the scene of an accident.Ennis is a 49-year-old from Auxvasse. Call Crimestoppers at 573-592-2474 or go online here if you have tips.
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The Intel® Xeon® processor family delivers trusted performance and proven innovation, starting with our entry Intel Xeon E3 product family.As your business grows and demands increase, so does the Intel Xeon processor family with performance scale and capabilities that extend up to our Intel Xeon processor E5 family for advanced professional desk-side workstations that deliver amazing, real-time, content creation experience. Entry workstations built on the Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 v6 product family establish a foundation of capabilities that support your growing and changing demands.Introducing the Intel Xeon Processor E3-1200 v6 Product FamilyToday’s introduction of the Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 v6 product family, showcases Intel’s continued commitment to deliver trusted, professional-grade solutions for workstation professionals. Using the latest 14 nanometer process technology, the single processor Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 v6 product family delivers the following essential performance and visuals improvements for entry workstations:Up to a 56% performance improvement when compared to the Intel Xeon processors E3-1200 v2 product family1Error Code Correcting (ECC) for automatic data checking for errors to help avoid business interruptions providing increased reliabilityEnhanced visuals with support for Intel® HD graphics P630, delivering up to 3X graphics performance improvement when compared to the Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 V2 product family2Entry Professional virtual reality (VR) visualization by supporting the latest VR headset manufacturer processor requirementsNew High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) 10-bit hardware acceleration for enhanced 4K decoding and encodingIntel® Optane™ memory3 support for use with with slower media used in traditional HDD or SATA SSD, giving you amazing performance and responsiveness in large capacitiesHardware-enhanced security and reliability features, provide authentication and protection for identity, content and codeThe entry workstation workloads of yesterday are evolving and expanding. 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Please visit your OEM provider for the latest workstation configurations featuring the Intel Xeon processor E3 product family.Step Up to the Next Level of Performance, Security and Compute with the Intel Xeon Processor E3-1200 v6 Product FamilyThe unique, professional-grade benefits, of the Intel Xeon processor family set it apart from other computing solutions, showcasing the capabilities and enhancements that businesses demand to remain productive and competitive in a rapidly changing marketplace. The Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 v6 product family is a step up in performance and capabilities welcoming you to Intel Xeon processor family and its scalable performance, security and reliability. Entry workstations powered by Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 v6 deliver a strong return on investment with improvements and enhancements to give you confidence to deliver on your growing workloads, workflows, and business needsA primary motivator in considering a professional-grade entry-level server or workstation is need to protect important data and intellectual property. The Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 v6 product family includes hardware-enhanced security features such as Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) to protect sensitive data like encryption keys used for communications over the internet from unauthorized access or modification. The Intel® Authenticate Solution offers customizable multi-factor authentication to help protect access to the most sensitive company data.In addition to enhanced processor performance, hardware-enhanced security and support for faster memory, the latest Intel HD graphics P630 is available on select products within the Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 v6 product family. The value and performance of Intel HD graphics P630 is reflected in a 3X1 graphics performance improvement when compared to an Intel Xeon processor E3-1280 v2.The Intel Xeon Processor E3-1200 v6 product family is shipping today and available for purchase from worldwide OEM and channel providers. More information can be found at www.intel.com/xeone3Opens in a new window.Chip Chat Episode 524: Intel Xeon Processor E3-1200 v6 Processor FamilyOpens in a new windowIntel Xeon processor E3 Product Family Certified ApplicationsOpens in a new windowIntel Xeon processor E3-1200 v6 Product BriefOpens in a new windowIntel Xeon processor E3-1200 ImagesOpens in a new windowFootnotes:**Pictured products left to right: HP Z2 MiniOpens in a new window*, Lenovo P50 Mobile WorkstationOpens in a new window and Dell 7910 Fixed WorkstationOpens in a new window powered by Intel Xeon processors.Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel microprocessors.Performance tests, such as SYSmark and MobileMark, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations and functions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products. For more complete information visit: www.intel.com/benchmarksOpens in a new window.¹SPECfp*_rate_2006:Baseline: Intel® C216 chipset based Intel Xeon workstation platform with one Intel Xeon processor E3-1275 v2 (quad-core, 3.5GHz, 8M cache), ACRVMBY1.86C.0096.P00 September 9, 2012, Intel HT Technology enabled, 16GB memory (4x4GB DDR3-1600 ECC UDIMM), 2TB 7200RPM SATAIII HDD (WD2000FYYZ), RHEL v6.3 – 2.6.32-278.e16.x86_64. Compiler version 22.214.171.124 of Intel C++ Studio XE and Intel Fortran.Source: Intel internal estimated measurements April2013.Scores: SPECfp*_base2006=65.1; SPECint*_base2006=52.5; SPECfp*_rate_base2006=130; SPECint*_rate_base2006=185New: Intel Xeon Processor E3-1275 v6 (8M Cache, 3.80 GHz) on Intel® Server Board S1200SPL, CentOS 7.1.1503 (Core) Kernel 3.10.0-229.14.1.el7.x86_64 Compiler: C/C++: Version 16.0 of Intel C++ Studio XE for Linux Intel SSD DC S3710 800GB BIOS: S1200SP.86B.02.01.0037.101720160816; CPU Power and Performance Policy: Performance; Memory Operating Speed: 2400; Set Fan Profile: Performance SPECfp*_rate_base2006=203;²SPECViewperf* 12 GeoMean:Baseline: Processor IntelGeoMean: SPECfp*_rate_base2006=20Carlow Reference Platform GPU Intel HD graphics P4000 Sockets 1 Memory 16GB (4x4GB DDR3-1600MHz ECC UDIMM) Storage Western Digital WD2000FYYZ HDD Operating System Windows 7 SP1 64 Bit BIOS ACRVMBY1.86C Graphics Driver 126.96.36.19912Scores: catia-04 7.8 creo-01 6.62 energy-01 0.06 maya-04 2.56 medical-01 1.29 showcase-01 4.09 snx-02 2.64 sw-03 12.89New: Intel Xeon Processor E3-1275 v6 (8M Cache, 3.80 GHz) on Intel® Server Board S1200SPL, Windows 10 Professional 64-bit, 1x Intel® SSD 535 Series (480GB, 2.5in SATA 6Gb/s, 16nm, MLC), Graphics Driver: 188.8.131.5250; OS Resolution: 1920×1080, BIOS: S1200SP.86B.02.01.0037.101720160816; Primary Display : Display Port; VGA Port Output: Processor graphis; CPU Power and Performance Policy: Performance; Memory Operating Speed: 2400; Set Fan Profile: Performance, SPECviewperf* 12 SPECviewperf v12 Geomean (R) 7.53, SPECviewperf ewCatia Catia v12 (R)15.77, SPECviewperf – CreoCreo v12 (R)13.52, SPECviewperf PECviewperf , SPECviewperf iewperf rf PSPECviewperf PECviewMaya v12 (R) 14.14,SPECviewperf erf 0.28, Medical v12 (R) 4.28, SPECviewperf – Showcase Showcase v12 (R) 7.91, SPECviewperf iewperSNX v12 (R) 11.9, SPECviewperf rf peSW v12 (R) 30.583Optane Memory: Available on select workstations configurations featuring the Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 v6 and E3-1500M v6 product families. Please check with your OEM provider for availability and support of Intel Optane memory.