Epyc Workstation Motherboards

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  1. BillC

    BillC New Member

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    Hello all,
    I am doing my research for a build based on the Epyc 7351P. It will be a workstation used as a DAW, and other desktop tasks. I plan to run Windows 10 Pro for Workstations as the OS. I will probably dual-boot into some variety of Linux as well.

    Which motherboard would the community recommend?

    Thanks for all your help,
    Bill
     
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    SuperMicro, AsRock, and Gigabyte all market solid Epyc motherboards.

    If you don't need a lot of bells and whistles, the cheapest SuperMicro board should do well. The MBD-H11SSL series are the cheapest I've seen - there's several models with various options.

    AsRock has a nice mobo too, but it's out of stock on newegg.

    Gigabyte has 3 nice boards with a more premium look to them, and you wont have to pay extra for bios updates and support for them.
     
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    Thank you very much, I'll start shopping around for those.

    All the best!
    Bill
     
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    The MZ31-AR0 is the one i'd keep a look out for, onboard 10Gig SFP+ really should be on any board sold as a workstation part these days.
     
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