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We have a quick hardware overview of DeepLearning12, our 8x NVIDIA Tesla server with NVLink. This includes a short video tour of the Gigabyte G481-S80 server platform we built DeepLearning12 upon.
Our Gigabyte MZ31-AR0 review finds an excellent implementation of a single socket AMD EPYC platforms in an industry standard EATX form factor.
Gigabyte launches two new Cavium ThunderX2 servers each supporting dual sockets and up to 32 cores and 128 threads per socket. The Gigabyte R181-T90 is the 1U offering and the Gigabyte R281-T91 is the 2U offering. Both have large amounts of PCIe I/O, IPMI, and redundant power supplies
The new Gigabyte H261-Z60 4-node 2U AMD EPYC 7000 series server fits up to 256 cores, 512 threads, 64x DDR4 DIMMs (8TB of RAM), 8x PCIe x16 expansion cards, 8x M.2 NVMe drives, 4x OCP mezzanine card slots and 24x SAS/ SATA SSDs into a single 2U chassis
We provide an update to our earlier testing with Cavium ThunderX2 power consumption figures and a comparison to Intel Xeon Scalable and AMD EPYC 7000 series
At Computex 2018 we had the opportunity to check out the Gigabyte H261-T60 2U 4-node dual Cavium ThunderX2 server. Patrick was also interviewed about the ThunderX2 performance and ecosystem.
In our Gigabyte R281-G30 review we find the 2U server to be a versatile compute platform capable of extracting value from Intel Xeon Scalable CPUs and NVIDIA GPUs