When I was browsing the internet, I found the first retail motherboard for Icelake xeon.
This mobo supports LGA4189 and 8ch DDR4 3200 Rams.
CPU supports PCI4.0.
MAX TDP of CPU seems to be 270W.
Is it time to get Icelake Xeon?
I'm excited about this and 2nd gen optane ssd.
STH news always entertains me.
My EPYC 7H12 was pulled from a Dell server for a My mini DGX A100 project.o_O
Currently, Tray is sold at Newegg.
I keep searching for EPYC 7F72 BOX but I still can't find stock...
I got a 64-core EPYC 7H12.
I compare it with Intel Xeon-W3275M former my workstation CPU.
First, the Xeon-W 3275M has omitted the multi-socket function and got 64-lane PCI-E. On the other hand, EPYC has 128-lane PCI-E and has high performance, so both are very attractive CPUs as Workstation...
I had a stress test using the AVX-512 and a 3Dmark stress test, which mainly gives the GPU maximum heat. This is 20 loops benchmark, and both power consumption and GPU power are extremely required.
>how hot does it？
As pointed out.
The maximum heat value of GPU is 83 degrees. However...
I built a compact supercomputer...
CPU - Xeon Platinum 8173M
Motherboard - Asrock rack EPC621D4I-2M
RAM: 64GB (4x 16GB although this may change)
Chassis - fractal design nano s
Cooling - Noctua NH-U12S DX3647
GPU - Nvidia TITAN V
Storage - Intel DC P4510 and KIOXIA XG6 M.2
Here’s what I built this week.
My goal is to make a compact and powerful system.
(my personal pc)
Dual Xeon platinum8173M 28 cores / 56HT
Super micro X11SPL-F
IN WIN 303 Wood MOD
DC S 3510 OS
DC P4510 2TB
256 GB RAM (ecc reg) DDR4-2666
1x TITAN V
Cooler Master V1200 tiatanium PSU