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Dell and AMD Showcase Future of Servers 160 PCIe Lane Design

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We get into the flexible and elegant implementation of a 160 PCIe Gen4 lane AMD EPYC 7002 platform in the Dell EMC PowerEdge R7525

AMD PSB Vendor Locks EPYC CPUs for Enhanced Security at a...

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In this article, we discuss AMD PSB or Platform Secure Boot where AMD EPYC CPUs are vendor locked to server OEMs. Great for security. Bad for 2nd hand use
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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

Dell EMC PowerEdge C6525 Review 2U4N AMD EPYC Kilo-thread Server

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In our Dell EMC PowerEdge C6525 review, we show the features and performance of this 2U 4-node (2U4N) server with one kilo-thread of AMD EPYC 7002 CPUs

AMD EPYC 7452 Benchmarks and Review 32 Inexpensive Cores

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In our AMD EPYC 7452 Benchmarks and Review we see how these 32 inexpensive and low power cores can even consolidate Xeon Silver sockets two to one

ASRock Rack ROMED8-2T Review an ATX AMD EPYC Platform

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The ASRock Rack ROMED8-2T offers superior flexibility and expandability for AMD EPYC 7002 "Rome" platforms in a compact ATX form factor

Kioxia CM6 Review PCIe Gen4 SSDs for the Data Center

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In our Kioxia CM6 review we see how much performance this PCIe Gen4 enterprise datacenter SSD has to offer and the impact of this performance and technology

AMD EPYC 7552 Benchmarks and Review

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In our AMD EPYC 7552 benchmarks and review, we find what may be the best value dual-socket 48-core processor with PCIe Gen4 on the market today

AMD Threadripper Pro is a Workstation EPYC or WEPYC

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In what is more of a workstation EPYC or "WEPYC" the AMD Threadripper Pro brings all of the features you wanted in Threadripper and EPYC together

Google Cloud Confidential Computing Enabled by AMD EPYC SEV

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Google Cloud Confidential Computing is available enabled by AMD EPYC 7002 SEV features. The new VMs encrypt data in memory to increase security