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DEAR ASUS Where are Your Tr4 6GPU motherboards and EPYC 12 GPU ones?

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@Asus

I would be grateful, if a company with You reputation and capabilities would not indulge into selling AMD x399 6 GPU motherboards and EPYC 12 GPU motherboards.
You have gained a horrible reputation with the x399 platform... I hope You can amend immediately with success by releasing Workstation motherboards capable of such specifications and at the same time have proper BIOS released for all AMD users that have been waiting so many years on Intel in vane and have these horrible Xeons and extreme re branded 14nm CPUs instead, and things will stay bad at Intel for more years beyond PCIe 5.0.

I honestly think that You have really done very poorly for the ZEN platform, in the sense that Your product offering is extremely limited and is not designed to fully take advantage of the full ZEN architecture.
ZEN2 is weeks from release and the range of motherboard for AMD are just not enough....it is time You got into making motherboards thinking of heavy duty, as even a 15 year old gamer today games while encoding and streaming..while people Like Me are into 3d rendering and wanting to step on doing so with augmented reality or VR on as many GPUs ran on very capable CPUs in a single socket solution which is what Zen is designed for.
Now that we finally have single slot GPUs without the VGA, single socket 12 GPU solutions and single socket 6 GPU solutions would sell like bread if only You released the damn thing!
Even mining motherboard manufacturing companies are more invested than You.
Why dont You start giving people what they want instead of leds all over the place?!

I cannot believe that We have CPUs capable of running so many graphics cards for soooooooooo many months and You dont have one single product to offer...
You should have had a 12GPU solution ready when EPYC was first launched, and a 7 PCIe slot MB for TR at launch...even for ROG line

Honestly it is incredible that Your Motherboard Head Manager, is so incompetent. He should be immediately removed from his seat because of all the loss in sales and poor products vs the competition pace.
Edited by Aby67 - 11/19/17 at 3:50pm
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As an owner of the Zenith I must say I am disgusted with the Kind of support we are(NOT) getting. This is inexcusable. The motherboard has plenty of issues BIOS related that have yet to be addressed or even acknowledged...

Actually looking at the website, the latest BIOS is from threadrippers release month, August.

Some functions never worked from the get go, like the OLED. The software (AIsuite) is absolute cancer and will cause all sorts of issues.

I won't even talk about them implementing the AGESA code 1.0.0.4 already available from amd and in BIOS from other vendors like asrock...

The first month's after release are the month's were one expects to have most issues but also seen them addressed. Not in this case. Nada. Absolute silence here, on the ROG forum, etc. No reply to the bug report from, none, NOT even asking for more info..that would only matter if they were interested at all and working on the issues.

Let's all congratulate ASUS in the x399 flagship..the so called RAMPAGE for AMD.

I won't be fooled again, lesson learned ASUS.

F.U

Are you sure you want anything from ASUS? Better ask that from the likes of supermicro etc.. you will get support there for sure. Asrock has demonstrated commitment with x270 and x399.. ask them.
Edited by The L33t - 11/20/17 at 2:39am
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Originally Posted by L33tBastard View Post

As an owner of the Zenith I must say I am disgusted with the Kind of support we are(NOT) getting. This is inexcusable. The motherboard has plenty of issues BIOS related that have yet to be addressed or even acknowledged...

Actually looking at the website, the latest BIOS is from threadrippers release month, August.

Some functions never worked from the get go, like the OLED. The software (AIsuite) is absolute cancer and will cause all sorts of issues.

I won't even talk about them implementing the AGESA code 1.0.0.4 already available from amd and in BIOS from other vendors like asrock...

The first month's after release are the month's were one expects to have most issues but also seen them addressed. Not in this case. Nada. Absolute silence here, on the ROG forum, etc. No reply to the bug report from, none, NOT even asking for more info..that would only matter if they were interested at all and working on the issues.

Let's all congratulate ASUS in the x399 flagship..the so called RAMPAGE for AMD.

I won't be fooled again, lesson learned ASUS.

F.U

Are you sure you want anything from ASUS? Better ask that from the likes of supermicro etc.. you will get support there for sure. Asrock has demonstrated commitment with x270 and x399.. ask them.
Id rather not go for server rack mounted stuff again, thats the whole point of single socket AMD 32 cores and future 64 cores or even just a tiny current 8 core threadripper.
At Asus they better wake Up because the big money even for them is in this class of motherboards, where clients can easily buy many in bulk to set up their studios with updated hardware, at a fraction of the cost of Intel solutions while getting tons of more computing power and flexibility....these guys at ASUS havent yet realized how much Nvidia is selling their VCA 8 gpu servers at 60 k a piece, or how people are getting into raytraced Modeling in AR or VR and so much more due in the coming weeks....They keep sticking on ROG so much while there is way more demand for HEDT/HPC WS class stuff that we have been waiting for years.
They could have bundled even A WS motherboard with 6 Single slot 1080ti without heat sink WC ready and they would have been all sold out in all these months and the more to come.

6 months in with EPYC, they dont even have 60 pcie 1.0 mining motherboards for epyc, that would sell like bread
Edited by Aby67 - 11/20/17 at 3:05am
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Supermicro has released in the ATX/E-ATX format. They actually have some listed right now for EPYC but not quite up to your needs (6gpu)...still, if the need is their they may do it. Better that than ASUS.
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Originally Posted by L33tBastard View Post

Supermicro has released in the ATX/E-ATX format. They actually have some listed right now for EPYC but not quite up to your needs (6gpu)...still, if the need is their they may do it. Better that than ASUS.
Yeah I know I check Tyan and Supermicro often, bu tI dont expect them to release anything for GpGPU computing anytime soon as I suspect that the whole development for epyc is sponsored to them by Samsung as Samsung whole interest in manufacturing AMD cpus and its whole echosystem is to sell more memory and take supremacy over intel, which at this pace they will indeed do.
If A company like ASUS was to release AMD based WS motherboards, We might see Intel sales stop all at once for years...so who knows if Intel is behind all of this lack of HPC AMD motherboards.
Edited by Aby67 - 11/20/17 at 3:27am
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