Epyc 7302P & H11SSL-NC Workstation Build: Follow-Up Report

james23

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fwiw- here are some power draw numbers ive been noting during this week of testing ill be doing. (full specs i posted higher up in this thread, but is a AMD 7262 cpu + sm MB- H11SSL-NC Rev. v2.0 -- in all of these test i only have 128gb of ram (4x ecc 3200mhz sticks) + the p4800 nvme drive attached)
- oh, and the PSU here is a consumer (and old) 650w psu. power watts measured with a eaton ePDU rackpower strip

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fwiw- here are some power draw numbers ive been noting during this week of testing ill be doing. (full specs i posted higher up in this thread, but is a AMD 7262 cpu + sm MB- H11SSL-NC Rev. v2.0 -- in all of these test i only have 128gb of ram (4x ecc 3200mhz sticks) + the p4800 nvme drive attached)
- oh, and the PSU here is a consumer (and old) 650w psu. power watts measured with a eaton ePDU rackpower strip

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As reference...
I used a 7282 with an Asrock EPYCD8-2T.
I had ~8W off with only IPMI working, and ~75/80W idling (linux) with one RTX 2060 Super GPU, a samsung 970 pro, and four 32gb sticks. ~150W full load (Linux 'stress').
With four RTX 2060 Super cards installed, idle power draw went to ~110/115W.
Using an EVGA 1000T2 Titanium power supply.


Over 14W for just the IPMI server is a bit high...