1. P

    Epyc in h265 transcoding

    Hi, I’m looking for a CPU good enough to handle 2-4 simultaneously 1080p h265 transcoding and at least 1 4K. Does an Epyc 7281 work for this job? Is a Xeon e5-2640 v4 better?
  2. AveryFreeman

    Are there 3rd-party cases for the new Epyc TYAN S8026GM2NRE w/ Oculink?

    Hi, I'm interested in getting a Tyan S8026GM2NRE motherboard but I'd prefer to put it in a 3rd-party case because 2U tends to have too many cooling issues in my environment (would like a big full-atx case to put it in) but it has PCI risers instead of PCI slots Has anyone heard of a 3rd-party...
  3. T

    Epyc motherboard availability UK / EU

    Hi All Has anyone here got any tips on where to purchase Epyc motherboards in the UK Currently I can only really see the GIGABYTE MZ31-AR0 available from Insight UK - but I'm not a huge fan of its layout, nowhere seems to be stocking any of the Supermicro H11SSL-* boards, CPUs seem to be easy...
  4. EluRex

    PVE nodes- Supermico H11SSL-C & EPYC 7401P in progress

    Build’s Name: RCluster (30 nodes) Operating System/ Storage Platform: Proxmox VE 5.1 CPU: AMD Ryzen 7401P Motherboard: Supermicro H11SSL-C Chassis: RMC3116-670-HSE with SAS3 expander Drives: (16) Seagate ST6000NM0034 SAS3 6TB RAM: DDR4 2666mhz ECC Reg 64GB x4 and 64GB x8 Network Cards...
  5. eva2000

    AMD EPYC 7401P CentOS 7.4 benchmarks - cpu soft lockups?

    Finally managed to do some testing with AMD EPYC 7401P on CentOS 7.4 with both default 3.10 Linux Kernel and 4.15 Linux Kernel. But I ran into some cpu soft lockups during UnixBench test and was wondering if anyone else have run into these before Benchmarks - Packet.net bare metal cloud provider...
  6. chriscambridge

    AMD EPYC 7351P + GIGABYTE MZ31-AR0 = 7 GPUS?

    Hi Guys, 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...
  7. M

    Recommendations on Building a Monero Miner

    Hello, I would like to build a Monero mining computer with a great hash rate between $5-$15K as the budget or effectively produce a hash rate of above 3500 h/s I've been looking into using a build with a EPYC cpu. Likewise, I have also been considering buying 10-20 GPU's and combining them...
  8. A

    AMD Epyc CPU frequency on linux

    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. uname -a Linux...
  9. A

    AMD Epyc, memory and motherboards

    My plans on trying AMDs new Epyc processors for my new workstation are in their final stage. But a few questions remain. 1) Memory compatibility - frequency Right now I can't really afford buying 16x16GB DDR4-2666 memory. But I have enough 16GB DDR4-2133 reg ECC waiting to be put to use. I know...
  10. C

    EPYC CPU availability

    Anyone having luck finding EPYC CPUs in stock? I want to purchase a 7551p. I see some preorders, but nothing in stock available to ship. Thanks!
  11. MiniKnight


    2 available but they're $625! Gigabyte Motherboard MZ31-AR0 AMD EPYC E-ATX 1920x1200 DDR4 SATA PCIE USB Retail | eBay Add a $1K CPU and $1700 for 24C?
  12. Patrick

    AMD EPYC 7301 Monero XMR Mining Speed

    Anyone want to guess? Have not run yet but will do so this weekend.
  13. Patrick

    1P AMD EPYC 7601 Power Consumption

    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.
  14. Patrick

    This just looks funny

    Realized I needed this screenshot: It certainly looks funny. 8 NUMA nodes, 4 threads per node. Then again, $450 CPUs.
  15. Patrick

    AMD EPYC 7251 Release Date

    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.
  16. Patrick

    AMD EPYC 7281 Release Date

    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...