Gigabyte reveals their MZ30-AR0 motherboard for AMD EPYC processors

Gigabyte reveals their MZ30-AR0 motherboard for AMD EPYC processors

Gigabyte reveals their MZ30-AR0 motherboard for AMD EPYC processors

Gigabyte reveals their MZ30-AR0 motherboard for AMD EPYC processors

 
Gigabyte reveals their MZ30-AR0 motherboard for AMD EPYC 7000-series of processors, offering support for 16 DDR4 memory slots wth 8-channel 2666MHz memory. This motherboard will come in an EATX form factor, with board power coming from two 8-pin EPS power connectors and a 24-pin power connection. 
 
This motherboard features four full PCIe 3.0 16x slots, one 16x slot with 8x wiring and two dedicated PCIe 3.0 8x slots. This board will also come with four slimSAS 12Gb/s ports, which can be split into 16 total SATA 3.0 6Gb/s connections. This motherboard does not offer any form of onboard audio or USB 3.1 connectivity, which is common for server/workstation motherboards.  

  

Gigabyte reveals their MZ30-AR0 motherboard for AMD EPYC processors

 

At this time Gigabyte has not released any pricing information on this new motherboard, though to say the least it is not designed for regular consumers. 

 

You can join the discussion on Gigabyte's new MZ30-AR0 EPYC motherboard on the OC3D Forums

 

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22-06-2017, 10:09:13

TheF34RChannel
...dat socket size... Quote

22-06-2017, 10:12:52

Avet
I am not sure how does Gigabyte think you can use PCI-E slots and bottom RAM slots at the same time...Quote

22-06-2017, 10:23:52

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by Avet View Post
I am not sure how does Gigabyte think you can use PCI-E slots and bottom RAM slots at the same time...
I'd use a ribbon. If I had a board/CPU like that I would want to show off my GPU/s.

TBH this sort of thing is not for us nor aimed at us really. Epyc is their new Opteron, and it was very rare that people used Optys in desktop builds unless it was ridiculous like the 140 was it? 90% overclock on air Quote

22-06-2017, 10:42:30

J-a-c-o-b
I'm definitely concerned about the bottom ram placement there, If this motherboard had a normal motherboard layout, this wouldn't be an issue, although I'm no server expert, so perhaps there is some international standard as to why the layout is like this. The socket size probably doesn't help.Quote

22-06-2017, 12:07:45

NeverBackDown
That bandwidth thoQuote
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