ASRock shows GPU server that can mount up to 10 Tesla V100 32GB HPC cards

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    schmidtbag Ancient Guru

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    That's an absurd amount of processing power in such a relatively small form factor. Part of me wonders what they may have been able to accomplish in a 4U setup with dual CPU socket. Seeing as this is obviously focused on GPU computing, I'm sure you could dramatically lower the price of these servers with the Epyc 7251.
     
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    At least those GPUs won't need much of that poorly yielding 18nm RAM...
     
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    So they built some hi end rigs with their epyc boards.

    The point is, you can get a lot of gpuS into an epyc.

    Amd'S angle in hi end gpuS, is that nvidia may have better cards, but amd offer better perf/$.

    The more gpu cards that can be added, the better amd gpuS fare in the sales race at this high level.

    Epyc is a doubly good product for amd cos it boosts their gpuS also.
     

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