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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

AMD EPYC Expands as Intel Xeon Contracts in Q2 2021

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With the latest AMD and Intel earnings releases for Q2 2021, we can see AMD expanding while Intel is contracting in a competitive market

Intel Xeon Gold 6314U v AMD EPYC 7543P the 1S 32-core...

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We take a look at how the Intel Xeon Gold 6314U reset competition with the AMD EPYC 7543P in this generation across a number of fronts

Google Cloud Tau Instances Featuring AMD EPYC 7003 Milan

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The Google Cloud Tau instances (T2D) are powered by the AMD EPYC 7003 series Milan processors offering better pricing and performance

Dell EMC PowerEdge 2021 Portfolio with Milan and Ice Lake

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We discuss the Dell EMC PowerEdge 2021 portfolio supporting both the AMD EPYC 7003 and the 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable Ice Lake

AMD EPYC 7003 Milan The Fast Gets Faster

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We get into details with the AMD EPYC 7003 Milan features, performance, CPUs, systems, and talk competition with 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable

Dell EMC PowerEdge R7525 Review Flagship Dell Dual-Socket Server

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In our review of the Dell EMC PowerEdge R7525, we see why this AMD EPYC server is the company's generational flagship 2U server platform

Tyan Transport SX TS65-B8253 2U AMD EPYC Storage Server Review

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Overall, the Tyan Transport SX TS65-B8253 is an interesting 2U 12-bay storage platform that leverages the unique capabilities of AMD EPYC CPUs and their PCIe Gen4 support.

AMD PSB Vendor Locks EPYC CPUs for Enhanced Security at a...

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In this article, we discuss AMD PSB or Platform Secure Boot where AMD EPYC CPUs are vendor locked to server OEMs. Great for security. Bad for 2nd hand use
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Gigabyte G292-Z44 and G292-Z24 AMD EPYC PCIe Gen4 Servers

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The Gigabyte G292-Z44 and G292-Z24 servers offer dual or single AMD EPYC solutions to put 8x PCIe Gen4 GPUs in a 2U server system