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Why AMD EPYC Rome 2P Will Have 128-160 PCIe Gen4 Lanes...

We explain why AMD EPYC Rome dual socket systems will Have 128-160 PCIe Gen4 lanes and extra lanes for features like BMCs

AIC HP101-AG1U Dual Node AMD EPYC Compute Server

AIC HP101-AG1U dual node AMD EPYC compute server is purpose-built for the low-cost and high-density dedicated hosting server market
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Gigabyte W291-Z00 Review an AMD EPYC GPU Tower Server

In our Gigabyte W291-Z00 review, we show what this AMD EPYC based GPU compute tower platform has to offer using 4x NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs

Gigabyte MZ01-CE1 Review an AMD EPYC ATX GPU Motherboard

Our Gigabyte MZ01-CE1 review shows the key features and design considerations of this AMD EPYC ATX GPU motherboard including testing with 4x Tesla V100 GPUs

AMD EPYC 3101 Benchmarks and Review A Lower-End Part

Our AMD EPYC 3101 benchmarks and review show what the low-end AMD EPYC 3000 series embedded CPU can do compared to Intel Xeon D and Intel Atom CPUs

AMD EPYC 3201 8-Core Benchmarks Review and Milestone

Our AMD EPYC 3201 review and benchmarks show why this 8 core 30W TDP embedded part has what it takes to be successful in a crowded embedded CPU space

AMD EPYC Market Share Gains in 2018 Our Take

We give our take and context on the reported AMD EPYC market share gains in 2018 and discuss why 2019 is set to be an even more exciting year in the industry

Microsoft Azure Lsv2 Instances Based on AMD EPYC Available

Microsoft Azure Lsv2 instances based on AMD EPYC 7551 CPUs are now available and feature up to 80 vCPUs, 19.2TB of NVMe with 3.7M read IOPS, and 640GB RAM

Channel Cobblers and a Hole in the AMD EPYC Line

We talk about the current AMD EPYC line has a noticeable hole that directly impacts channel cobblers and their work as a market force

Gigabyte MZ01-CE0 Review ATX Server and Workstation Motherboard

Our Gigabyte MZ01-CE0 review shows why this 1P AMD EPYC platform fits an amazing amount in an ATX form factor including up to four GPUs and with 10Gbase-T