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Gigabyte WRX80-SU8-IPMI AMD Threadripper Pro Motherboard

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The Gigabyte WRX80-SU8-IPMI combines server features with the AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro to build a hybrid workstation/ server platform

Gigabyte MZ72-HB0 Review Dual AMD EPYC Motherboard with 10GbE

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In our Gigabyte MZ72-HB0 review, we see how this dual AMD EPYC motherboard is able to fit a lot of PCIe Gen4 expansion into EATX dimensions

Gigabyte MJ11-EC0 AMD EPYC 3151 mITX Motherboard Released

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The Gigabyte MJ11-EC0 is out with an AMD EPYC 3151 embedded 4-core part in a familiar mITX form factor for edge applications
Gigabyte G242 Z10 Tesla T4 Array

MLPerf 0.7 Inference Released Others Join to Promote NVIDIA and Intel

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MLPerf 0.7 Inference was released with new tests and the start of OEM participation to support NVIDIA. We also see some start to edge and IoT inclusion

Gigabyte S452-Z30 Review A 4U 36-bay AMD EPYC Server

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In our Gigabyte S452-Z30 review, we see what this 4U 36-bay AMD EPYC storage server with PCIe Gen4 support can do and why there are actually 44 drive slots

Gigabyte E251-U70 Server Headlines New Edge Series

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Kicking off the company's new Edge Series, the Gigabyte E251-U70 offers a 2U short-depth server platform for telco, retail, and edge deployments
Gigabyte G292 Z24 And G292 Z44 Cover

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

Gigabyte Shows Marvell ThunderX3 R282 2U Server

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At its online virtual trade show, a new Gigabyte Marvell ThunderX3 server surfaces. This is the first formal ThunderX3 Arm server announcement

Of BBQ and Virtualization Why Large Nodes Reign

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In a fun piece, we explore why planning for virtualization servers is just like planning your BBQ or barbecue cooking infrastructure

Gigabyte R292-4S0 and R292-4S1 4P Cooper Lake Servers

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The Gigabyte R292-4S0 is a 4P 3rd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable platform designed to directly attach four GPUs each to their own Cooper Lake CPU