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Gigabyte X299 AORUS Master Motherboard Review

Our Gigabyte X299 AORUS Master motherboard review shows why this Intel X299 platform has a lot to offer for CPU, RAM, storage, GPU and network expansion

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1650 OC Entry GPU Review

In our Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1650 OC review, we show how this entry-level GPU performs in our suite of compute benchmarks for budding professionals

Gigabyte H261-Z61 Server Review 2U4N AMD EPYC with NVMe

Our Gigabyte H261-Z61 review shows how this 2U 4-node (2U4N) AMD EPYC server performs and how one can install up to 256 cores, 16x 2.5" SATA SSDs, and 16x NVMe SSDs inside this dense compute platform

Gigabyte Announces 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable and Optane DCPMM Support

Gigabyte announces 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable and Optane DCPMM support across its LGA3647 server range to take advantage of new technologies
Gigabyte W291 Z00 Front And Three Quarter

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

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

Gigabyte R271-Z00 2U 1P AMD EPYC Server Launched

The new Gigabyte R271-Z00 is a 2U single socket AMD EPYC platform. With 12x 3.5", 2x 2.5" hot-swap bays and 76 PCIe lanes, it is designed for storage

Introducing the Ultra EPYC AMD Powered Sun Ultra 24 Workstation

Introducing the Ultra EPYC. We take a Sun Ultra 24 and retrofit the newest AMD EPYC Gigabyte Platform, NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti, EVGA PSU and Intel Optane storage

Gigabyte Racklution-OP AMD EPYC OCP Nodes Launched

Two new Gigabyte Racklution-OP AMD EPYC OCP nodes are now launched showing the company's commitment to innovating in the OCP server space
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