Why do you need > 64 cores? Just curious.Any idea if a dual proc is coming?
Any idea if a dual proc is coming? Been laboring over EPYC or Threadripper here lately but with PCIe 4 on the table and M.2, leaning back towards EPYC. would love a dual proc option! (I just like overspending, LOL)
Thanks for the reply!Why do you need > 64 cores? Just curious.
Supermicro makes a dual-EPYC EATX board:
There's also a variant with dual-10 Gigabit Ethernet and dual-NVMe:
In a desktop enclosure, I think you'll need a custom-loop water-cooling setup for it.
If you're actually serious about this, please let us know how it goes.
I'd probably stick with ThreadRipper, either 32 or 64 cores.It's actually more about the PCIe 4, the number of lanes that EPYC offers is great, also the memory bandwidth and the M.2 slots like on some of the Creator MB's. As far as Threadripper goes, I was looking at the faster 3970 (32 cores).
AMD released a higher-clocked EPYC model, intended for water-cooled chassis, which seemed aimed at supercomputers. I don't know how accessible it is, but maybe you can get one through a custom workstation vendor.Wish EPYC had a bit faster clock speed... Sure it will soon the way AMD is pushing development.