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    A Epyc 7742ES(ZS1406) which behave oddly

    According to the seller,when he tried to boot into operation system with the supermicro H11SSL-i(bios version 2.0a),the computer shut down.He did managed to boot with only 16cores enabled(2CCD fully enabled or 8CCD with 2cores enabled each),though. The price he provide is shockingly low and it...
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    FS: Multiple EPYC Rome 7V12 | Updated September 18th

    I've got the following EPYCs up for sale: Qty Item Specs Price 4 6 EPYC Rome 7V12 64-core processor 2.45GHz base, 3.3GHz boost, 240W $ 3200 / € 2850 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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    Epyc Rome vs Scalable

    Need advice: It's time to upgrade my Xeon E3-1230 v1 home server. Current: ESXi, ZFS storage pools, video streaming server, a few VMs. Would like something that I can eventually offload archival video transcoding from my Xeon W workstation. A family member wants to do some basic machine...
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    Asus KNPA-U16 BIOS update Naples->Rome

    I got an Asus KNPA-U16 today for my Rome Epyc processor. I'm able to power it on and get the iKVM going (and log in via the maintenance Ethernet port), but the board does not POST. It has the Naples 902 BIOS on it. There's a BIOS and SOP for updating on the Asus website, but it involves using...
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    Finally: Overclocking EPYC Rome ES

    In November of 2019 I first got my hands on an AMD EPYC Naples engineering sample. I thought it was really cool you could overclock 32-cores for a lot cheaper than a 2990WX and achieve mostly the same performance. Once I saw that there were next-generation EPYC Rome engineering samples floating...
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    Epyc Rome IFOP limited to 1467MHz?

    AMD released a Workload Tuning Guide: https://developer.amd.com/wp-content/resources/56745_0.80.pdf So, as the doc says, the Infinity Fabric will have a maximum speed of 1467 MHz (lower in some platforms). AMD has advertised Epyc Rome to supporting 3200MHz DDR4. Why does it limit IFOP to...