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AMD Ryzen Server Motherboard Tyan Tomcat EX S8015 Spied

We found an AMD Ryzen server motherboard with IPMI coming in the form of the Tyan Tomcat EX S8015 during our visit with Tyan at Computex 2018 in Taipei

Tyan Shows GPU Platforms at NVIDIA GTC 2018

At NVIDIA GTC, Tyan showed off several GPU compute platforms including 8-way NVLink systems, 10x GPU systems, and even an AMD EPYC 4-6 GPU compute 1U server

1U 4-5x GPU AMD EPYC System from Tyan at SC17

At SC17, we saw the 1U GPU compute Tyan Transport HX GA88-B8021 based on AMD EPYC and that can handle multiple GPUs, networking and storage configurations

Tyan S32272NR-C958 Review lowest power 16 core Atom platform

The Tyan S32272NR-C958 sheds unnecessary features to provide an ultra-low power 16-core Atom C3958 platform targeted at security appliances

Dual Processor Intel Xeon Silver 4112 Linux Benchmarks and Review

Our dual processor Intel Xeon Silver 4112 Linux benchmarks and review where we compare the chips to other Xeon Silver configurations and AMD EPYC

Tyan Tempest HX S7100 Dual Xeon Scalable Workstation Motherboard Review

Our review of the Tyan Tempest HX S7100 workstation server motherboard for dual Intel Xeon Scalable (LGA3647) CPUs and four PCIe x16 double width cards

Single Socket AMD EPYC 7000 FAQ Answers to Common Questions

We provide answers to the most popular questions we are getting about the AMD EPYC single socket parts in a friendly FAQ style format

Tyan Tempest CX S7106 Motherboard Review

The Tyan Tempest CX S7106 designed to pack tons of configuration flexibility into 1U and 2U chassis using an array of risers and OCP mezzanine cards

1U of Password Cracking Fury: 4x NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti in...

We look at a higher-density play fitting 4x NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GPUs into a 1U server for comparison to 8x and 10x GPU 4U servers

Tyan Tempest EX S3227 Atom C3000 Series Denverton Motherboard Announced

Tyan Tempest EX S3227 Atom C3000 Series motherboards have been announced for embedded applications featuring the SoC previously codenamed Denverton