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TYAN Launches Quad Socket G34 Server for AMD Opteron 6100 Series Processors

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  1. btarunr

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    TYAN, an industry-leading server platform manufacturer, and a subsidiary of MiTAC International Corp., today launched a new 4U server system designed for CPU-intensive and HPC applications that supports four AMD Opteron 6100 series processors. TYAN offers both the 4-way S8812WGM3NR motherboard, as well as the B8821F48W8R server platform.

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    Quad Socket G34 Motherboard - S8812WGM3NR
    The TYAN S8812WGM3NR server motherboard is based on the AMD SR5690 chipset and supports up to four twelve/eight-core Opteron 6100 series processors. The four processors share data via HyperTransport (HT3) links at 6.4 GT/s. The S8812WGM3NR also supports four-channel memory with eight DIMM slots per processor to provide up to 512 GB of registered DDR3 memory. Both 1.5V and 1.35V (low power) memory modules are supported. An on-board LSI SAS2008 controller provides up to eight 6Gb/s SAS ports for server-class storage connectivity. Other features include four PCI-E 2.0 slots, three 1-GbE network ports, and integrated IPMI 2.0 support via an AST2050 BMC controller.

    Barebone Server System - B8812F48W8HR
    “Our newest 4-way server supports up to 48 processing cores in a single system, providing the most powerful High-Performance Computing (HPC) platform TYAN has offered to date. We designed this system specifically to provide best-of-class performance for processor-intensive HPC applications,” stated TYAN’s Director of Product Marketing, Kevin Hart. The barebone system includes a 4U enclosure, dual 770W power supplies, and the S8812WGM3NR motherboard. The system supports eight hot-swappable 3.5” hard disks, along with three 5.25” drive bays, and is cooled by six redundant 120mm fans that are automatically controlled by thermal sensors to save power and reduce noise.

    The S8812WGM3NR motherboard has received VMware certification. Both products are available now through TYAN distributors worldwide. OEM pricing is available on request. For more information, visit the product pages of S8812WGM3NR and B8812F48W8HR.
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    quad x8 core opteron, errrr
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    x8???? No son. Quad 12 core Opteron 6180 SE. :cool:
    Jizzler says thanks.
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    Wow, wish i could afford one just for the sake of owning one. And i have not seen one of those resistors that size for a loooong time ( between the pci slots ).
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    anyone estimate this 48cores server? ...I want to win a lottery once and I need to know how match :)
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    A nice looking board but I'm curious if it will support the G34 bulldozer CPU's, 4 16 core CPU's for a total of 64 cores and 16 memory channels would surly create a great single board server although i doubt i could afford anything past a 2U G34 board :(

    :eek: That's a monster of a resistor, has anyone seen that type on a motherboard in the past decade or more? :laugh:
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    Nope, got a crap ton of them in one of my test psus though.
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    About $6000 for 6810 SE x 4, and I'd guesstimate $1500 for the Tyan barebones (board, case, PSU). Price for RAM will vary from $800-3200 depending on how much you want.

    Could RAID up eight 15K Cheetah's, but I'm thinking PCIe SSD (or two)! Use those 8 hotswap bays for a storage array.

    When can I expect your order? :D
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    48 cores of pure crunching power :) with about 2-4 of these setups, you would take the whole PIE chart
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    Crunching for Team TPU
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    True folders think in units of PIE.

    Somehow I believe you would build a 48 core server for folding and only have like 16 GB of RAM and 1 HDD. lol
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    would be epic for a folding/render farm.

    wish i could afford 48core render nodes. XD
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    If you want to know what one of these (link is of a Supermicro motherboard) can do Folding wise, check out this link. Pay very close attention to the power usage. Also note that you don't have to use registered DDR3, so that helps keep the cost down. A person can build one of these for Folding/crunching for about $3000 (no case, bare motherboard and not 6180 SE's:laugh:). Just might be the best points/watt available for the price. (if Bulldozer is G34 compatible, used processors will show up at an even more available price point)
    http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/foru...cores-canadian-magny-cours-motherfolding.html

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