3000W AMD Epyc Server Tear-Down, ft. Wendell of Level1Techs
Sponsor: Lian Li Lancool III Case on Amazon https://geni.us/IYCirPWe're tearing down a $70,000, 3000W AMD server by Supermicro that could be used in a supercomputer cluster. Wendell from Level1Techs brought one of these for us to look at in this tear-down. This server has two full systems with 6 total AMD Instinct MI210 GPUs and 2 Epyc CPUs. Wendell has plans to explore AMD ROCm 5 applications on his own channel at a later date, but for now, we get to start with a very educational disassembly.Grab a GN Mouse Mat or Coaster Pack on the GN store! 10% of all store revenue goes to the charity and cat shelter Cat Angels until 9/17/22 - https://store.gamersnexus.net/Find Level1Techs here! https://www.youtube.com/c/level1techs
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TIMESTAMPS00:00 - 3000W Server03:00 - Extremely Dense Hardware05:10 - Lots of AMD GPUs07:10 - Tear-Down of $70,000 Server11:00 - Huge Engineering Accomplishment13:24 - Clown Car of Circuitboards14:13 - Editing Magic Trick16:13 - AMD Instinct MI210 GPUs x 618:10 - The REAL Engineering Feat19:55 - Wendell's Plan for Level1 Techs
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