I see Rome CPU’s for sale, but not a lot of board options, besides band aided 7001 series boards that don’t support all of the Rome 7002 features. I wonder why AMD hasn’t motivated manufacturers to release more 7002 series boards? There’s clearly a market for these boards. It’s pretty obvious something strange is maybe occurring. Intel stranglehold on the channel?The motherboard lineup for AMD is pretty limited. Wish things would speed up. I wonder why the lack of support.
Supermicro does very little these days without customer demand - and they jump through hoops when a lead customer asks. So your comment would probably be better stated as:It's strange why Supermicro has little interest on Epyc Rome than Epyc Naples even Rome performs for more better than Naples.
Tyan, Gigabyte, and Asus seem to think there is a market for such boards. Hopefully Supermicro will release something soon.Would their big customers want ATX boards? Supermicro did already release an H12 server board. I would think the server market would have higher volume.