Anyone confirm getting Rev. 2 EPYC 7002 Boards?

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  1. IamSpartacus

    IamSpartacus Well-Known Member

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    I received a H11SSL-i last week with a 7302P. I had to explicitly ask for a Rev 2 board. It works a treat...
     
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    Where did you buy it from?
     
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  4. IamSpartacus

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    Yes I'd also like to know this.
     
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    I got a H11SSL-i Rev2.0. It works well with 7402P. I contacted a Supermicro distributor in UK and they helped me to make an order through one of their resellers.
     
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    I just got Superbiiz to confirm the Rev. they have in stock (at least the one they are sending me):

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    Patrick, any word from Supermicro about new AMD Epyc 7002 single socket boards with PCIe v4.0?
     
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    I'm waiting as well, I keep refreshing their website hoping for more than 4 h12 boards. I think they should be arriving within the next month or two, I would love to get confirmation though.
     
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    Think you can hook up a pci e 4.0 device to thoes slots and test and verrify their link speed? The supermicro site doesnt list pci e 4.0 support on that board, even though they do list epyc 7002 support.

    its possible supermicro will update their product page at some point.
     
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    I dont own any PCIe 4.0 devices unfortunately.
     
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    Looking to upgrade the unRaid server again?
     
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    Yes sir. Pairing this board with an EPYC 7302P to replace my current dual E5-2680 v3 setup. Just don't need the core count anymore with HW transcoding and looking for more power efficiency with a higher base clock for a few VMs. Power ain't cheap by me as you can see.

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    I'm surprised you went with EPYC over something like the E-2176g, also that dashboard is great I need to do something like that myself.
     
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    I'm coming from dual E5-2680 v3's so 24c/48t. When I said I don't the high core count, I didn't mean I can go THAT low. My daily driver VM alone uses 8 threads :D. Besides, the onboard iGPU on the Xeon E-2100 series would be wasted in my case as I'm using an Nvidia GPU for HW transcoding.
     
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    Oh okay, makes more sense :).

    Is it okay if I PM you about that dashboard?
     
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    Neat dashboard. Do you have a link to more information about it?
     
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    The front end dashboard is Grafana. It uses a backend of telegraf (the data collector) and InfluxDB (the database used to store the data). Thus I use a stack of 3 different docker containers (grafana, telegraf, influxdb). I also use another container called Varken which is similar to telegraf in that it's a data collector but specifically for Plex.

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    What kind of HSF are you using to cool your 7302P? Every one I see has the fan pointed vertically instead of horizontally front to back.

    EDIT: Maybe this would work but I'd want to change out the fan as I assume the stock one is loud.

    Supermicro SNK-P0064AP4 4U Active CPU Heat Sink For AMD EPYC OLGA4094 SP3 Socket
     
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