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    Dual EPYC 7742 H11DSi-NT Build

    Build Name: Big John OS: Fedora 33 Server (RIP: Centos) CPU: 2x AMD EPYC 7742 MB: Supermicro H11DSi-NT RAM: 16x NEMIX 8GB DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600) ECC Registered RDIMM HD: 2x Micron 9300 Pro 3.84TB NVMe GPU: 4x NVIDIA Geforce RTX 3080 Founders Edition Case: Mountain Mods U2-UFO Gold Digger Case...
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    FS: [US-WA] AMD EPYC 7742 Retail $3k including fedex shipping.

    I am upgrading my epyc 7742 retail cpus to the 7h12 versions. I am selling one of the 7742 in perfect condition. I only used it briefly to test in my vmware 7.0 setup using the tyan s8030 to ensure everything was perfect. I am asking $3k and will include fedex shipping. I just paid a lot...
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    FS: Multiple EPYC Rome 7V12 | Updated November 14th

    I've got the following EPYCs up for sale: Qty Item Specs Price 0 EPYC Rome 7V12 64-core processor 2.45GHz base, 3.3GHz boost, 240W $ 3500 / € 3050 ppu 0 EPYC Rome 7452 32-core processor 2.35GHz base, 3.35GHz boost, 155W $1400 / €1150 ppu 0 EPYC Rome OEM 7742 64-core processor...
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    Dual AMD EPYC 7742 workstation build

    Hi, I'm looking for some advice on building a powerful workstation for some specific use cases that my team has. I came here after watching this video and checking this detailed post about the same. I really liked the details provided and how this setup can absolutely annihilate similar ones...
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    Dual Epyc 7742 and stockfish

    Could Patrick or someone tell me what kind of difference in NPS can I expect when running Stockfish chess engine with 2x Epyc 7742 cpu's in a Supermicro H11DSi-NT motherboard with DDR4-2666 MHz ram or DDR4-3200MHz ram? I read that in an AMD it can be several percent (~5) faster in benchmarks...