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AMD EPYC 7F32 Benchmarks and Review 8 Optimized Cores

In our AMD EPYC 7F32 review, we benchmark this 8-core frequency optimized part and see how it can help lower software license costs
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Gigabyte G242-Z10 Review 2U 4x GPU Server

In our Gigabyte G242-Z10 review, we take a look at how this AMD EPYC 2U 4x GPU server performs and some of the interesting features the platform provides

Why All Servers Are Not 4-Socket Servers

We discuss why all servers are not 4-socket servers even though having larger nodes is beneficial in many ways compared to 2-socket alternatives

AMD EPYC 7742 Benchmarks and Review Simply Peerless

Our AMD EPYC 7742 benchmarks and review show why this is a simply peerless 64 core CPU capable of going head-to-head with dual and quad Intel Xeon CPUs

AMD EPYC 7002 SKU List and Value Analysis

Our AMD EPYC 7002 SKU list and value analysis piece shows where the best value lies in the processor range. Eric also adds new TDP analysis to the mix

AMD EPYC 7371 Pricing Update An Insane Value

We just got word of the AMD EPYC 7371 pricing which was missing from our review and benchmark piece earlier this week. AMD is continuing its extremely aggressive pricing and taking it to another level with this frequency optimized part

AMD EPYC 7551P Benchmarks and Review A 32 Core Value Monster

Our AMD EPYC 7551P benchmarks and review. This 32 core and 64 thread CPU is a monster value at a street price of around $2300. Intel does not have a competitive part in the market and we show you why.

New Gigabyte H261-Z60 4-node 2U AMD EPYC Server

The new Gigabyte H261-Z60 4-node 2U AMD EPYC 7000 series server fits up to 256 cores, 512 threads, 64x DDR4 DIMMs (8TB of RAM), 8x PCIe x16 expansion cards, 8x M.2 NVMe drives, 4x OCP mezzanine card slots and 24x SAS/ SATA SSDs into a single 2U chassis

Cisco UCS C4200 and C125 M5 adopts AMD EPYC 7000 Series

Cisco announces its first AMD EPYC 7000 series products with the Cisco UCS C4200 2U4N server with Cisco UCS C125 M5 nodes supporting up to two AMD EPYC CPUs per node and eight CPUs per 2U chassis
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