Just purchased an an AMD Epyc server to set up as a NAS for a small company. It's the Supermicro A+ Server 2113S-WN24RT with 24 NVME drive bays. It uses the H11SSW-NT server board and wondered if anyone had any experience setting one up with OmniOS and Napp-it. Haven't had any luck so far with...
i have two H8DGU and one H8DGU-F servers with dual Opteron 6276 CPUs. the H8DGU-F has the 1U version heatsinks and the H8DGUs have 2Us. 2GB DDR3 ECC(1GB sticks) per CPU. PSUs are included. each has fans if wanted. looking for $175 shipped/each OBO. can work something out for the lot.
i have 4...
Just decommed a rack PC and replaced it with a NUC (for anyone that doesn't know, I made a post about the NUC7i7 and how its GOD mode, love them!) Anyway, I'll ship this in the case or will take the parts out if anyone wants. I always include a free BONUS item (Tablet, SSD, HDD, cell...
The donor system arrived today. It is beautiful! That is the original Sun box, Sun packaging, Sun manuals.
Here is the final build!
Introducing the Ultra EPYC AMD Powered Sun Ultra 24 Workstation
Sun Ultra 24 Drive Caddy P/N 330-2238 540-3024 - I ordered four.
Just picked up a Dell T640 server, with 2x Intel 3104s and pulled the CPU's to upgrade to 2x Intel 8176s ($$$). Selling the Intel Bronze to recoup some costs (Pizza money!)
2x Intel Xeon Bronze 3104 6-Core 1.7GHz Processor BX806733104
PM for any questions. USA shipping only!
Googled, but no luck... Seems like Supermicro H11DSi-series is the only motherboard for Dual EPYC configuration...
The other choice is Gigabyte MZ31-AR0 or Tyan Tomcat SX S8026, but it has only a single EPYC socket...
I like my Supermicro H11DSi-NT, but it has no Hard Disk Drive activity LED...
I'm thinking of migrating my homelab from a handful of Sandy and Ivy Bridge E3s and Core i5/i7s to a single Ryzen ESXi Windows desktop (GPU passthrough) / FreeBSD file server (since Ryzen supports ECC) and a trio of old Thinkpads T520s to save power but still have high availability...
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...
tl;dr: How to get AMD core performance boost on linux? Or how to read CPU frequency correctly?
My setup consists of two AMD Epyc 7301 (2.2GHz Base, 2.7GHz boost) on a Supermicro H11DSi.
I just installed Opensuse Tumbleweed which comes with Kernel version 4.14.2-1-default.
Is a Threadripper build with 128GB unbuffered ECC RAM at 2400+ Mhz a realistic goal?
Threadripper only takes unbuffered RAM, which really limits my options.
here is my problem:
I can't do 4x32 Gb sticks because I can't find unregistered ECC 32Gb sticks, much less single rank ones.
I could do...
Not great but not bad by any means:
351W Decent idle and maximum views of the system today. That is a fairly bare config with 2x SATA SSDs and only using Broadcom networking. No 24x U.2 NVMe drives or NICs installed.
I had a 4x 16GB DDR4-2800 Patriot Viper kit and a 2x 16GB DDR4-2666 Patriot Viper kit. Moving from dual Intel Xeon E5 V3 to a single TR 1950X CPU without RDIMMs was going to be an issue RAM wise.
I followed what I would normally do mixing DIMMs on a server platform. Same DIMMs in the same...
Over the labor day weekend I have been working on a new project: building a new workstation. This is the first time in years that I will be moving to a single socket system. For this edition, AMD Threadripper. I think it is important that if I am going to publicly recommend AMD products, that I...
For Monero Mining Purpose:
I am interested in buying a server with 4x "AMD Opteron 6136 8-Core 2.40GHz" .
As I looked up this cpu doesn't support AES
On which features of cpu should I focus?
no of cores
I was originally told that the production date for the EPYC 7251 was going to start on August 31, 2017. At the same time, we had a retail marked AMD EPYC 7251 show up today. The availability should be getting much better on the $500 ish street price 8 core/ 16 thread lowest cost EPYC part.
I know we have a lot of folks looking for the AMD EPYC 7281 chips.
They are selling for around $730 with 16 core, 32 threads 2.1GHz base 2.7GHz turbo.
They should be more widely available in the next week or so. We just got one in the lab today:
Systems are still the constraint since you...