Originally Posted by Liranan
VM's, rendering, visualisation, simulation and other scientific calculation. I can imagine several companies who could use this for their DNA simulation and visualisation.
Absolutely. I'd love to get my hands on one of these. It's actually reached the point where RAM has become the limiting factor - with 128 threads, 256GB is simply not enough. Even if I turned off SMT, 4GB/core is just not enough for what I do now. Short of some (extremely expensive) server kit, the only real option now is RAID0'ing four NVMe drives together and using them for swap, which is obviously a far from perfect solution - although even if they wore out and needed replacing inside a year (unlikely) it would still cost a lot less than a server crammed full of 2-4TB of RAM.