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AMD EPYC Obliterates Threadripper in Monero and Cryptonight Mining

We show why AMD EPYC simply obliterates Threadripper in Monero and Cryptonight mining with higher performance and transformatively better power efficiency

AMD EPYC Powered Dell EMC PowerEdge Servers Are Here

Dell EMC and AMD just announced three new Dell EMC PowerEdge servers based on AMD EPYC processors and claim up to a 20% lower vSAN TCO
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NVIDIA GPU in a AMD EPYC Server Tips for Tensorflow and...

We install an NVIDIA GeForce GTX series GPU in a Supermicro AMD EPYC system and investigate whether pinning Tensorflow and Zcash mining containers to specific NUMA nodes has an impact on performance.

Intel Offers Enterprise Meltdown and Spectre Benchmarks A Gift for AMD

In a gift to AMD EPYC sales efforts, Intel offers initial enterprise benchmarks with Meltdown and Spectre patches which will close the gap between EPYC and Skylake-SP performance

AMD EPYC 7301 Dual Socket Linux Benchmarks and Review

We have our Linux benchmarks and review of dual AMD EPYC 7301 processors and a comparison to Intel Xeon Silver and Gold CPUs

Baidu Validates AMD Single Socket EPYC Strategy

Baidu and AMD announced today that Baidu is officially rolling out its single socket AMD EPYC platform targeted at AI, big data and cloud....

Microsoft Azure Lv2 Series Instances Feature AMD EPYC

Microsoft Azure just announced Lv2 storage instances powered by AMD EPYC. Today's announcement is a big deal as the first major public cloud EPYC win

Intel Releases Benchmark Comparison to AMD EPYC and We Weigh In

Intel released its benchmark comparison to AMD EPYC. Since STH has the most third-party data on EPYC versus Xeon Scalable, we weigh in with insights

HPE ProLiant DL385 Gen10 Released

Do you work at a HPE IT shop and have been waiting for an AMD EPYC server? HPE announced its new dual AMD EPYC based platform, the HPE ProLiant DL385 Gen10

HPE ProLiant DL385 Gen10 AMD EPYC System Unveiled

The new HPE ProLiant DL385 Gen10 AMD EPYC system unveiled with up to 64 cores, 128 threads, 4TB of RAM and 24x NVMe SSDs and iLO management