I really like this forum and the way it display's not only the forum categories but also the latest posts and other content.
I was wondering if someone could tell me what software it is using, as I have been trying to find something similar for a while.
It kind of reminds me of a Wordpress...
Anyone know of any EPYC Servers that can take a single FH, FL GPU, preferably a GTX/RTX consumer card?
I was looking at the Supermicro A+ Server 1014S-WTRT, which has the FH, FL slot, but I cannot see any PCIE power cables from the PSU. Also the specs say it is only rated for the Tesla T4 GPU...
Does anyone know, or could find out (as I think this server is pre-release), exactly how the following Gigabyte HPC server cools its CPUs? (excluding heat sinks)
As you can see there are no front chassis fans, only fans behind the GPUs and at the back of the Chassis; hence my...
I just saw the review on the AMD EPYC 7351P CPU but it did not really go into GPU usage so I thought I would do a post in here to get some feedback and or advice on this.
We are looking to build a 7 GPU rack using the EPCY so we can take advantage of the 128 PCIE lanes, basically...
So I have just setup a new box on the Asus X99 Deluxe II and the Xeon E5-2696V4.
I have done a BIOS update to the latest version, but still the BIOS in active cores is only showing 18 cores?
The BIOS is recognizing that the chip is the E5-2696V4. and that it has 22 cores, it just only show 18...
I read on another post about these but I thought it may be useful to post a dedicated one to ask about these pesky warranty stickers on CPUs.
Can you just leave it on?
Surely the pins are doing something and I would guess they would prefer not to have a sticker stuck over them?
If not, then...
I just bought a Xeon E5-2696V4 OEM CPU which I am going to run on a Asus X99 Deluxe II motherboard (as I heard it benchmark's quite good).
My previously builds were running Xeon E5-2683V3 OEM CPUs on the Asus X99 Deluxe I motherboard.
For that processor it was a simple thing to look...
I read the following from this forum:
"Both the E5-2698 V4 ES (QHUZ / QHZD) are incompatible with the Rampage V Extreme as they are pre-B0 stepping. If you want those cheaper Stepping 0 processors you will need an AsRock X99 to use with those early revision 2698 V4 ES. "
Would it be...
I wonder if anyone knows if the Xeon E5-2683 V3 OEM [2 Stepping] will work with the Asus X99 Deluxe (not U3.1) Motherboard?
Please note that both are LGA-2011-V3, so I do not mean compatibility in that regards.
The Chip is stated as OEM not ES/QS, and the Motherboard is the non U3.1...