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For many professionals, a consumer level board may not have the features needed to satisfy their needs. Typically these boards include additional network functions and can have more and different types of storage options such as U.2 ports or switches. The Supermicro X11SRA, the motherbaord in this review, is aimed at the workstation market that sometimes has non-consumer demands. The X11SRA works only with the Xeon-W family of CPUs, analagous to the Skylake-X Core CPUs but supporting RDIMMs and ECC for up to 512GB of memy. These systems are designed to deliver a lot of horsepower, up to 18 cores, as well as storage and other needs.

The Supermicro C7Z370-CG-IW Motherboard Review: SM's First Mini-ITX Gaming Board

Today we get an opportunity to look at a board from Supermicro's consumer segment, SuperO, in the exquisitely named C7Z370-CG-IW. This is their first gaming Mini-ITX motherboard, and having...

31 by Joe Shields on 4/30/2018

Hands On With Samsung's New NF1 SSDs: 36 x 16 TB in 1U

Samsung this week demonstrated progress in its new NF1 form-factor (formerly known as NGSFF and sometimes called M.3), unveiled last August. At the OCP Summit this week, the company...

16 by Billy Tallis & Anton Shilov on 3/23/2018

Supermicro at CES 2018: X11SRA Xeon W Motherboard on Display

Another product on display over at Supermicro at this year’s CES was that of a Xeon W motherboard. Xeon W is Intel’s professional platform that is almost a copy/paste...

11 by Ian Cutress on 1/24/2018

Supermicro at CES 2018: X299 Motherboards, for Upcoming 300W CPUs?

Aside from the mini-ITX motherboard on display, Supermicro also had its two X299 consumer-based motherboards on display. These two were somewhat identical, although each had a separate key feature...

15 by Ian Cutress on 1/23/2018

Supermicro at CES 2018: The First Supero Mini-ITX Motherboard

A few elements to Supermicro’s suite at CES were intriguing, one of which was the company’s first foray into a consumer mini-ITX motherboard. The C7Z370-CG-IW, based on Z370 and...

20 by Ian Cutress on 1/22/2018

AMD Announces Wider EPYC Availability and ROCm 1.7 with TensorFlow Support

Earlier this year AMD announced its return to the high-end server market with a series of new EPYC processors. Inside is AMD’s new Zen core, up to 32 of...

20 by Ian Cutress on 11/13/2017

AT20 Giveaway Day 11: Supermicro Helps You Build Your Next System

We’re now on day 11 of our 20 day giveaway celebration of AnandTech’s 20th anniversary. That means that the giveaway is half-way over! But don’t fret, that means we...

568 by Ryan Smith on 5/10/2017

Evaluating Futuremark's Servermark VDI on the Supermicro SYS-5028D-TN4T

Standardized benchmarks with industry-wide acceptance are a must for evaluating computing systems. These benchmarks may evaluate the system as a whole, or target specific aspects. Vendors such as Futuremark...

17 by Ganesh T S on 9/1/2016

Supermicro Releases Intel Xeon Phi x200 (KNL) Systems: Servers and a Developer Mid-Tower

Supermicro has released two systems featuring Intel’s many-core Xeon Phi x200 processors: a workstation and an ultra-dense server. The platforms support up to 384 GB of DDR4 memory and...

9 by Anton Shilov on 8/23/2016

OpenPOWER Gains Support as Inventec, Inspur, Supermicro Develop POWER8-Based Servers

When IBM, Google, Mellanox, NVIDIA and Tyan founded OpenPOWER Foundation three years ago, the initiative was supported by only two server manufacturers: Google, which builds servers for itself, and...

15 by Anton Shilov on 4/15/2016

Why an Overclockable Core i3 Might Not Exist: The Supermicro C7H170-M and Intel Core i3-6100TE Review

When a new Intel platform hits the market, there are two primary product chains - processors and chipsets. For the most part, at least in the consumer space within...

62 by Ian Cutress on 3/17/2016

Supermicro Quietly Launches the C7Z170-OCE: Multi-GPU focused with PLX8747 for $300

One of the biggest changes to the motherboard scene since the release of Skylake is the distinct lack of motherboards designed to cater for more than two PCIe cards...

20 by Ian Cutress on 1/18/2016

BCLK Overclocking Intel’s non-K Skylake Processors: Coming Soon

Anyone who has kept tabs on the extreme overclocking community recently would have noticed that the overclocker Dhenzjhen recently took a Core i3-6320 up to 127 MHz on increasing...

51 by Ian Cutress on 12/11/2015

Supermicro with Greenlow Motherboards at SuperComputing 15

One of the bigger shakeups of the Xeon ecosystem of late is the recent discovery that Intel will be severing the few ties that the Xeon family of processors...

14 by Ian Cutress on 11/24/2015

Intel Skylake Z170 Motherboards: A Quick Look at 55+ New Products

Along with the launch of the two Skylake-K processors today, we also have a raft of new motherboards to go with them. The Skylake processors use the LGA 1151...

85 by Ian Cutress on 8/5/2015

FMS 2014: SanDisk ULLtraDIMM to Ship in Supermicro's Servers

We are running a bit late with our Flash Memory Summit coverage as I did not get back from the US until last Friday, but I still wanted to...

30 by Kristian Vättö on 8/18/2014

Free Cooling: the Server Side of the Story

Servers that support higher inlet temperatures could significantly reduce or even eliminate the cooling costs of the data center. We received the 2U supermicro 6027R-73DARF that supports the latest...

48 by Johan De Gelas on 2/11/2014

Trials of an Intel Quad Processor System: 4x E5-4650L from SuperMicro

Trials of an Intel Quad Processor System: 4x E5-4650L from SuperMicro In recent months at AnandTech we have tackled a few issues of dual processor systems for regular use, and...

53 by Ian Cutress on 7/3/2013

LRDIMMs, RDIMMs, and Supermicro's Latest Twin

Most of the servers in the datacenter, especially the ones running virtualization, database, and some HPC applications, are more memory limited than anything else. There are several server memory...

26 by Johan De Gelas on 8/3/2012

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