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[OptoCrypto]. Asrock EPYC motherboard with 7 pciex 4.0 and lot of stuff

https://optocrypto.com/amd-epyc-asro...-for-red-team/

And it even sports a COM port! Lovely!

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Optocrypto? Never heard of them before.

I love it though. Wonder where a person might acquire one of these. I'd buy one over a TR/Intel HEDT rig for sure.

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I'll be honest that site looks dodgy, at least to me.

That said, the board looks nice. I just need to find 128GB LR-DIMMs, and 1TB of RAM in an ATX board is a reality!

Asrock link:

https://www.asrockrack.com/general/p...Specifications

Tom's Hardware:

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/as...xpansion-slots

Might be worth e-mailing Asrock Rack and asking where/when they can be purchased...


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I just caught on to the idea of ~200gb of ram being pretty amazing for a workstation/server level solution. You can never have enough ram TBH.

Checked the going price of the 7702P and I'd rather just get a 2990X if I was going to go that far. Save ~$500 and lose a few features but would cover the mobo cost. I'm told I'll be getting some checks soon from the shutdown so why the heck not put it to use for me.

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Quote: Originally Posted by speed_demon View Post
I just caught on to the idea of ~200gb of ram being pretty amazing for a workstation/server level solution. You can never have enough ram TBH.

Checked the going price of the 7702P and I'd rather just get a 2990X if I was going to go that far. Save ~$500 and lose a few features but would cover the mobo cost. I'm told I'll be getting some checks soon from the shutdown so why the heck not put it to use for me.
I largely agree, if it was for me I'd not bother. I thought the 2990WX could only do 128GB? It's supposedly 2TB according to wikichip (whoever they are), but... boards won't take more.

At work we're currently playing with some datasets that eat RAM like it was free. If 256GB sticks were available I'd be speccing up 8 of 'em now. 2TB! It's actually so RAM hungry I'm toying with the idea of stuffing four 2TB NVMe SSDs into a PCI-E RAID card in RAID0 and setting the whole array to be a swapfile. Sure, it's slower than RAM, but it's a lot cheaper than even 1TB of RAM and much better than just having the processing run crash after n days because it ran out of memory.


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I'll be honest that site looks dodgy, at least to me.
I just wanted to NOT link tom's hw and i ended up there, since this a actual news of an actual product it could be ok even from Disney site.

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I just wanted to NOT link tom's hw
Fair play. Any particular reason why? I don't go to Tom's often, and find the "y u use adblocker?!" nonsense they do now incredibly annoying on the twice in the last year I have looked at it.
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and i ended up there, since this a actual news of an actual product it could be ok even from Disney site.
Well, I wouldn't go that far.

Could have linked the Asrock Rack page.

Thanks for the news post, though. I'd not have known about this otherwise.


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Yup

the usual trend about amd products is to outline just the flaws, if it ain't then skip to some tesla news or the preview of the 15th intel cpu on 14nm++++++++(+)

you are more than welcome

ps: 3dfx appreciation club: nice!!!! In these fu###ing coronavirus isolation days I'm just playing with a P200 and a 3d monster voodoo 1 on a win98 build. After that I'll resume the p3 tualatin build with a voodoo 5 agp and put rgb stuff everywhere lol cheers

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