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  • Gigabyte G242-P36: A Great Ampere Altra Max Platform For AI/GPU Computing

    Phoronix: Gigabyte G242-P36: A Great Ampere Altra Max Platform For AI/GPU Computing

    The past two months I've been using the Gigabyte (Giga Computing) G242-P36 and it's been a refreshing delight for an ARM64 server platform running well with the mature Ampere Altra and Ampere Altra Max processors while boasting support for up to two GPUs and up to two DPUs or other PCIe adapters to make for a nice GPU/AI accelerated computing server.

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    Last I checked, Oracle had only adapted it's database to run in and on the Oracle OCI cloud with limitations. It could be some time before ARM or Ampere will have full functionality and equivalence to x86_64. Maybe it's changed since then?

    Unsupported Products for Linux for ARM (aarch64) for Oracle Database 19c

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      Averaging 120 watts for a 128 core CPU isn't too shabby. Nice system. Thinking about non x86 servers just reminded me that I preordered that Milk-V Oasis RISC-V board. I had totally forgotten about it.

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