128-Core AMD Epyc Rome Server Tear-Down, ft. Level1Techs
In this video, we work with Wendell from Level1Techs to tear-down one of the world's fastest computers: A 128-core Epyc build with support up to 4TB of RAM.
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This AMD Epyc server is a dual-socket configuration in a Gigabyte chassis with capacity for up to 4TB of memory, 24 NVMe drives, and plenty more. The server has numerous world records and is semi-overclockable, and in our video, we'll take it apart (as much as we're allowed) to look closer at the base components of this monster server. These cost tens of thousands of dollars to configure, mostly depending on the expansion devices chosen. It's probably the highest-end system we'll have in our video set in some time.
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Host: Steve Burke
Guest: Wendell from Level1Techs
Video: Andrew Coleman
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