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ASRock Rack 1U4G-ROME AMD EPYC 4x GPU 1U with EDSFF

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In our ASRock Rack 1U4G-ROME review, we see how this 1U AMD EPYC GPU server adds an 8x EDSFF SSD array for a more modern capability

New DoE Argonne Polaris Supercomputer Features HPE AMD and NVIDIA

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In a nice win for HPE, AMD, and NVIDIA, the new Argonne Polaris HPC cluster has some interesting design features

Dell EMC PowerEdge XE8545 Review AMD EPYC and NVIDIA Redstone Server

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In our Dell EMC PowerEdge XE8545 review, we see how this AMD EPYC 7003 and NVIDIA A100 "Redstone" platform brings high-end GPUs to Dell users

ASUS RS700-E10-RS12U 1U Intel Xeon Ice Lake Server Review

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The ASUS RS700-E10-RS12U houses dual Intel Xeon Ice Lake processors and a NVIDIA A100 GPU in a 1U server platform

CPU-GPU-NIC PCIe Card Realized with NVIDIA BlueField-2 A100

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As a precursor to Grace, we found the NVIDIA BlueField-2 A100 combining an Arm CPU, Mellanox NIC, A100 GPU, memory, storage, and maybe NVLink
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Inspur NF5488A5 8x NVIDIA A100 HGX Platform Review

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In our Inspur NF5488A5 review, we see what this AMD EPYC powered 8x NVIDIA A100 Delta platform offers as a big upgrade to the previous-gen

NVIDIA A100 80GB PCIe Add-in Card Launched

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The new NVIDIA A100 80GB PCIe add-in card brings more memory for PCIe based systems especially those looking to leverage MIG capabilities
Tesla Supermicro NVIDIA A100 Cluster June 2021

Tesla Supercomputer with NVIDIA A100 80GB and Perhaps Supermicro Shown

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We get a glimpse of the Tesla supercomputer powered by NVIDIA A100 80GB GPUs behind the company's autonomous driving, and guess the servers
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ASRock Rack 2U4G-ROME/2T Review AMD EPYC and 4x GPU Server

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In our ASRock Rack 2U4G-ROME/2T review, we see how this single-socket AMD EPYC server offers connectivity and cooling for four accelerators

ASUS Adds AMD EPYC 7003 Milan Support and a GPU Server...

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ASUS has a number of new AMD EPYC 7003 Milan servers that are designed to take advantage of the newest CPUs and even have updated BMCs