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GIGABYTE Announces Rack Servers with Expanded DIMM Slots and New Internal Storage/Expansion Slot

October 27, 2020

AMD, EPYC, GIGABYTE

GIGABYTE Announces Rack Servers with Expanded DIMM Slots and New Internal Storage/Expansion Slot

Designed for 2nd Gen AMD EPYC™

GIGABYTE Technology, (TWSE: 2376), an industry leader in high-performance servers and workstations, announced two new rack servers, R162-ZA0 and R262-ZA0, designed for data centers and virtualization, and do so with cost savings, generational improvements, and server space maximization.

Key Features of New Rack Servers:

  • CAPEX Savings via DIMM slot expansion
  • Maximized internal server space with internal drives or an expansion slot
  • PCIe Gen 4 support for M.2 drives and all expansion slots
  • Silicon-based hardware Root of Trust for boot up security

CAPEX Savings and Improved Capacity:

GIGABYTE has expanded the number of DIMM slots from the industry standard of 8 to 16. Yet, it is still possible to maintain maximum memory bandwidth with a balanced memory configuration. However, by expanding to 2 DIMMs per channel a GIGABYTE server can be populated by less expensive DIMMs, while maintaining the capacity as a 8 DIMM configuration. A balanced 16 DIMM configuration offers higher performance per dollar, while offering the ability to scale up.

 

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