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GIGABYTE R272-Z32 AMD EPYC Rome Server Review Discussion

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The new AMD EPYC 7002 CPUs are out, and the first server with the new processors (in our Lab, anyway) is the GIGABYTE R272-Z32. This 2U general purpose server uses the MZ32-AR0 motherboard, making it compatible with a single new EPYC Rome processor. The server has 16 DIMM slots, with a potential total of 1TB of DDR4 3200MHz RAM. The R272-Z32 has 24 hot-swap bays in the front for all NVMe storage, with two bays in the rear for SATA SSDs or HDDs. If customers need to added PCIe devices (including Gen4 devices now), there are seven slots in the rear, although only three are open. The server also supports AMI MegaRAC SP-X for BMC server management.




GIGABYTE R272-Z32 AMD EPYC Rome Server Review


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