The critical point for me is if the ROMED8-2T will support Milan or not. As far as I know there's no reason it can't other than Asrock choosing not to bother, which would presumably be for commercial reasons rather than technical ones?I've sent both AsRock and Gigabyte a message, asking whether 7001 series is supported or will be in the future...
Do you know if anyone ever tried to put a 7001 in a H12 Supermicro board? Because support said it wouldn't work.I wanted a motherboard that supports all 3 gen EPYC too. Supermicro might if they updated bios for their H12 motherboards.
I haven't seen hard proof of this other than that one user that replied to the thread saying any motherboard supporting 7002 should also support 7001. I'm skeptical, that's why I haven't bought a H12 motherboard either.Do you know if anyone ever tried to put a 7001 in a H12 Supermicro board? Because support said it wouldn't work.
The review of the Asrock X570 board on the main site now also says that the 2700 doesn't work in that board. So it's a big gamble for me atm.
Generally with 7001 look for 7001 compatibility. 7002/ 7003 motherboards use WAFL for OOB management so the wiring is slightly different. You lose that when you put 7002 in a 7001 motherboard. Had a bit more in the EPYC 7002 Knockout launch piece.