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GIGABYTE has released the R-Series of rack servers that support the AMD EPYC Rome

Rugpjūtis 19, 2019

GIGABYTE, AMD, EPYC

GIGABYTE has released the R-Series of rack servers that support the AMD EPYC Rome

The R-series is a general-purpose server family with a balance of resources. The series offers both 1U and 2U servers with a variety for storage media combinations. For this particular review we will be looking at the GIGABYTE R272-Z32 Server sporting 24 U.2 NVMe bays.

From the hardware side of things, the server leverages GIGABYTE’s EPYC Rome MZ32-AR0 server motherboard. The motherboard fits a single AMD EPYC 7002 SoC as well as 16 DIMM slots for DDR4 memory. The server has 24 slots for NVMe storage, hot-swappable, as well as two slots in the rear for SATA SSDs or HDDs. For expansion the motherboard comes with seven PCIe expansion slots and one Mezzanine connector, giving customers room to grow or add the accessories they need. In the server as configured the NVMe bays consume most of the available PCIe slots as well as the Mezzanine slot for PCIe lanes to the front backplane. In the end customers are left with three PCIe slots for true expansion.

Like all GIGABYTE servers, the R272-Z32 utilizes GIGABYTE Server Management (GSM) for its remote management software. The GIGABYTE AMD EPYC Rome server can also leverage AMI MegaRAC SP-X platform for BMC server management. This intuitive and feature rich browser-based GUI comes with several notable features including RESTful API support, HTML5-based iKVM, detailed FRU information, pre-event automatic video recording, and SAS/RAID controller monitoring. 

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