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#906

But it clearly also shows that the Epyc CPU's are split into 4 Core Units at the board level apparently either for socket manufacturing or architectural reasons.
Just an interesting observation.


#907

more pics from wccftech.
I wouldn't be surprised at all if the board cost at least $600.


#908

I really want to know what one of these M.2 DIMM.2 Riser cards looks like now.
Seems like a pretty wide PCI-e bus available on there.

EDIT: Found One, It's a double sided M.2 Riser which is pretty neat


#909

Holy shit! Dat socket.


#910

#911

4K pin cpu's ... wow that got to be one massive chip


#912

This is the full EPYC, but you get the idea


#913

That socket sure is something. Also about time AMD moved to LGA. now i can remove a cooler and not the CPU.


#914

So much news out of Computex, but nothing on the one thing I have been waiting for: a micro ATX AM4 board with wifi. Is that too much to ask for? Keeping my fingers crossed for the AMD event.


#915

Why onboard wifi?


#916

Maybe because I am just used to it. I could obviously work around it, but that's more $$. Every other socket/chipset mobo seems to have plenty of choices that include wifi. I was just surprised that there were only three options (all Asrock) that I could find, and they are all full ATX. Maybe I should have got a bigger case. :slight_smile:


#917

AC wifi is not that new anymore, new standards will come around. Don't base your decision on this one feature. Just get the best platform and add what you need.


#918

R Wars


#919

Anyone see any new AM4 Boards show at computex?


#920

There was a new MSI AM4 that pretty much integrates the features the new X99-2 motherboard have as a Ryzen alternative. Not sure in which video i have seen those though.


#921

When is Return of the Overclock coming out?


#922

I saw the first two on reddit/PCMR and had to finish up the boxed set.


#923

Epyc update time!

NDA ends June 20th

The EPYC 7000 series processors feature 128 PCIe lanes and 8-channel DDR4 support (up to 2666 MHz). Some parts are listed with two TDP values (right now Iā€™m not sure why). EPYC CPUs are available with up 32 cores. The cheapest part should be available more than 400 USD and the most powerful EPYC 7601 processor will be sold for around 4000 USD. The highest clock speed is 3.2 GHz in turbo mode.

edit: couldn't figure out to hide images so here's a link to the (dutch) website with slideshow:


#924

Anyone hear about R3 release date


#925

Nope, but it is