In this video, we’re analyzing the dual-CPU Epyc server motherboard (Gigabyte MZ97-FS0), talking about consumer vs. server hardware, and talking about overclocking & Epyc Rome.
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“Overclocking” is in scare quotes because it’s only “technically” possible.
Watch our tear-down of this AMD Epyc Rome server (ft. Wendell of Level1Techs) here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=la0_2Kmrr1E
Watch our server build with Wendell here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hix0l8cFaMw
Buildzoid/Actually Hardcore Overclocking: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrwObTfqv8u1KO7Fgk-FXHQ
Wendell of Level1Techs: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4w1YQAJMWOz4qtxinq55LQ
Analyzing this AMD Epyc server board (by Gigabyte) gives an interesting perspective on enterprise vs. consumer hardware. First of all, overpowering the VRMs with airflow means heatsinks aren’t needed, but it’s in exchange for fans that can run up to 16,000 RPM. We cover the Vcore VRM, SOC VRM, minor rails/VPP, and memory power delivery in this motherboard analysis.
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