AMD EPYC

Gigabyte hacker spills details on next generation AMD Epyc Genoa series

Confidential details about AMD’s upcoming EPYC 7004 “Genoa” server CPU series, supposedly stolen by threat actors from Taiwanese hardware manufacturer Gigabyte, appear to have been

AMD Epyc chips help calculate Pi to 62.8 trillion digits, smashing the old record

Academic researchers from Switzerland claim they have computed Pi to 62.8 trillion digits using a pair of off-the-shelf AMD processors. As per a machine translated

ASRock Rack ROMED4ID-2T mITX-ish AMD EPYC Motherboard Review

Today we are looking at the ASRock Rack ROMED4ID-2T. Months ago, I asked Patrick to put me in charge of the “weird” platform reviews, and

Intel Xeon Gold 6314U v AMD EPYC 7543P the 1S 32-core Options

Today, we wanted to go into a bit on the Intel Xeon Gold 6314U. Specifically, this is the 3rd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable “Ice Lake”

ASRock Rack 2U4G-ROME/2T Review

As we discuss trends in the server industry with different organizations, one of the clear trends has been a migration toward more accelerated computing servers.

Qnap TS-h2490FU QuTS hero edition review: Smash hit flash

Pure NVMe all-flash arrays (AFAs) are the only way to go for the best storage performance but most blue-chip solutions come with very high price

All AMD EPYC processors could be vulnerable to some serious security flaws

AMD has acknowledged several arbitrary code execution vulnerabilities that impact the first three generations of its EPYC processors as well as the AMD EPYC embedded

AMD EPYC 7763 Review

The AMD EPYC 7763 is an interesting product. It directly goes against a number of data center trends that we have been focused on for

AMD EYPC Genoa leak suggests huge performance upgrade on the way

If rumours are to be believed, AMD’s 4th Gen EPYC processors will feature a whopping 96 cores – up from a maximum of 64 cores

Dell EMC PowerEdge R7525 Review

The Dell EMC PowerEdge R7525 is the fastest dual-socket mainstream x86 server you can buy today. To make that happen, Dell EMC is using a

AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 3995WX Review

Ever since the AMD EPYC 7001 series and Ryzen Threadripper launched in 2017, the big question has been when will AMD finally get into the

Lenovo ThinkSystem SR665 Server Review

The Lenovo ThinkSystem SR665 is a feature-rich, 2nd generation AMD EPYC dual-socket 2U server, supporting end-to-end PCIe Gen4 support. Similar to its smaller 1U sibling

Tyan Transport SX TS65-B8253 2U AMD EPYC Storage Server Review

Today we have our review of the Tyan Transport SX TS65-B8253. This is a 2U storage platform based on dual AMD EPYC CPUs. Unlike earlier

Gigabyte MZ72-HB0 Review

While much of the server industry has migrated to custom form factors over the past few years, there are still a large number of organizations

AMD EPYC 7H12 Review

Every so often we come across a processor that is truly unique. In 2020, perhaps the best server processor you can get is the AMD

Gigabyte MJ11-EC0 AMD EPYC 3151 mITX Motherboard Released

Gigabyte has a new embedded motherboard. The Gigabyte MJ11-EC0 is a mITX platform built around an AMD EPYC 3151 processor. You can read our AMD

Dell EMC PowerEdge R6525 Server Review

The Dell EMC PowerEdge R6525 is a 1U, dual-socket server designed for intensive, dense computing. Having the product number end in a 5 indicates that

Supermicro SYS-1019P-WTR Server Review

For years, the typical server has been defined by the dual-socket market. At the same time, a number of organizations have noticed that crossing the

ASRock Rack 1U10E-ROME/2T Review

When we started the review process for the ASRock Rack 1U10E-ROME/2T we were immediately surprised. The system is highly focused on providing a solid AMD

GIGABYTE R282-Z92 Server Review

The GIGABYTE R282-Z92 Server is a new 2U dual-socket server that leverages the 2nd generation AMD EPYC processors. Being dual-socket, meaning that users can leverage

ASRock Rack ROMED8-2T Review

Our ASRock Rack ROMED8-2T review is one we have been excited about for some time. A key feature with the AMD EPYC 7002 Series codenamed

AMD EPYC 7552 Benchmarks and Review

For a $4025 list price, you can purchase a 48 core 96 thread x86 CPU, the AMD EPYC 7552. That may not seem like an

Tyan Transport HX TS75-B8252 Review

While the first wave of AMD EPYC 7002 “Rome” servers often was laden with PCIe Gen3, the Tyan Transport HX TS75-B8252 comes with PCIe Gen4.

Intel Xeon Gold 6258R Review

In the industry, and we do this too, the Intel Xeon Gold 6258R is considered to be a lower cost Xeon Platinum 8280. They both

Renting an AMD EPYC supercomputer is now pretty affordable

Cloud computing has democratised access to a host of useful services, such as storage, VPN and web hosting – all of which have become immensely