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  • robroy
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    One more question: I see that the EPYC 4004 family's not officially supported by ESXi yet. Does anybody know how well it works?

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  • robroy
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    Does the EPYC 4004 family in Supermicro H13SAE-MF run 2DPC at 5200 MT/s?

    Or does 2DPC drop it down to 3600 MT/s like it would with the Ryzen 7950x and 7950x3d?

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  • Cmdr_Zod
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    Originally posted by zir_blazer View Post
    Can they overclock like standard Ryzens? Is there any other standard Ryzen feature missing?
    If I had a Ryzen and an EPYC with same specs for the same price, is there ANY reason to not pick the EPYC given it has more (Ryzen PRO level) features on paper?
    I don't thinks overclocking is something you are interested in, if you buy a server grade CPU with ECC support. Stability may be more of a concern in such applications.
    Ryzen PRO are interesting CPUs, but I have the impression they are a bit hard to get in some markets, so maybe the EPYC 4004 closes a gap in the market which shouldn't exist at all.

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  • NM64
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    Originally posted by numacross View Post
    Finding a motherboard that explicitly supports it however is another matter.
    At least on consumer motherboards, Asus and Asrock have had ECC support on AM# socket boards for almost two decades now—the trick is to simply do a text search (ctrl+f) in a given motherboard's PDF manual for the usual terms of:
    • ecc
    • e.c.c
    • error

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  • sophisticles
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    Originally posted by Michael View Post
    More benchmarks coming... If anyone has any other test requests, let me know. Might do the BSD benchmarks here. And checking out ASRockRack AM5 Ryzen server with new BIOS update now allows for official EPYC 4004 support too.
    How about a BSD, Linux, Windows shootout, maybe add in Haiku if you can get it to run.

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  • numacross
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    Originally posted by ptr1337 View Post
    @Michael

    I think it would be interesting to also benchmark it against an 7950X/3D, since they seem more or less equal, besides the official ECC support.
    AM5 Ryzen 7000 series already supports ECC officially "ECC Support: Yes (Requires mobo support)​". Finding a motherboard that explicitly supports it however is another matter. ASRock Rack and Supermicro have server-grade AM5 motherboards with BMCs that do support it. They received BIOS updates to handle EPYC 4004 series as well.
    On the other hand AM5 Ryzen 8000 series APUs do not support ECC at all.

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  • NM64
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    Is it safe to assume that, unlike Threadripper and "full fat" Epyc, this has Pluton like other AM5 Zen4 chips?

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  • ayumu
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    The main takeaway: Servers on the same socket means ECC should become easier for everyone.

    I look forward to building a Zen5 workstation with ECC.

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by numasan View Post
    Michael
    Thank you, however why no links to the product page, not even for the super micro servers? They might appreciate seeing some traffic coming from phoronix?
    They didn't supply any of the URLs in advance.

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  • numasan
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    Michael
    Thank you, however why no links to the product page, not even for the super micro servers? They might appreciate seeing some traffic coming from phoronix?

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