Tyan Transport CX GC68B8036-LE AMD EPYC 7003 1U Platform

Written by Michael Larabel in Computers on 5 August 2021 at 09:06 AM EDT. Page 3 of 3. 5 Comments.
EPYC 7543 + TYAN S8036GM2NE-LE

Across a wide range of benchmarks spanning 6 hours and 40 minutes, the EPYC 7543 had an average core temperature of a moderate 63 degrees and only ever peaked to 81 degrees within this 1U platform.

EPYC 7543 + TYAN S8036GM2NE-LE

The EPYC 7543 32-core / 64-thread processor has a 2.8GHz base frequency with 3.7GHz maximum boost clock. Within this Tyan platform there were no thermal/power issues preventing the CPU from frequently hitting that 3.7GHz maximum boost clock and was able to sustain it.

EPYC 7543 + TYAN S8036GM2NE-LE

The reported CPU package power consumption via the kernel's RAPL interfaces for reference.

EPYC 7543 + TYAN S8036GM2NE-LE

And the overall system power consumption as exposed via IPMI across this span of 6+ hours of benchmarking.

EPYC 7543 + TYAN S8036GM2NE-LE
EPYC 7543 + TYAN S8036GM2NE-LE

All of the other thermals were also in good shape for this Tyan 1U 1P barebones platform.

See all of those benchmark results and the various per-test sensor metrics via this OpenBenchmarking.org result file.

This Tyan Transport CX GC68B8036-LE barebones server has been working out very well for those interested in a 1U 1P AMD EPYC Rome/Milan platform that is quite flexible in its storage options and overall feature set. This barebones server with the S8036GM2NE motherboard has been holding up well over the past two months of benchmarking with a variety of different workloads and testing across many different Linux distributions as well as the likes of FreeBSD and DragonFlyBSD. Learn more about this great entry-level AMD EPYC 1P 1U option at Tyan.com.

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