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Supermicro Now Offers AMD EPYC 7002 Servers

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The new H12 A+ server family, that leverages the 2nd gen AMD EPYC processors, are stated to deliver up to twice the performance with double the core count compared to the 1st gen AMD EPYC servers. The new line also shows improved GPU accelerator performance and 4x the peak FLOPS per socket. The Supermicro H12 A+ servers support PCIe 4.0 and a large memory footprint, up to 4TB per socket of DDR4 3200MHz. The new line offers a nice balance of I/O, memory, and security capabilities.

 

 

 

Supermicro Now Offers AMD EPYC 7002 Servers

 

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"As the second generation of AMD EPYC processors are said to be socket compatible, Supermicro H11 systems have drop-in support." 

 

Not really, unfortunately. Only with board rev 2.xx, which is not even released yet. No idea, how this provides "existing customers on the H11 gen systems a fast upgrade track" (quote from https://www.supermicro.com/en/pressreleases/supermicro-now-offering-amd-epyctm-7002-series-processor-based-systems-customers-who), as existing customers will certainly not have a rev 2.xx board. :-(

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