GIGABYTE Unveils AMD EPYC™ 7002 Series Server Family

Tai­pei, Tai­wan, 8th August 2019 – GIGABYTE, a key part­ner in brin­ging the AMD EPYC™ pro­ces­sor to the mar­ket and a sys­tems buil­der with one of the most com­ple­te AMD EPYC™ pro­ces­sor plat­form lin­eu­ps, is proud to announ­ce the first wave release of our pro­ducts based on the new AMD EPYC™ 7002 Seri­es Pro­ces­sor. GIGABYTE’s new sys­tems will pro­vi­de cus­to­mers with incredi­ble com­pu­te, I/O and band­width capa­bi­li­ty – desi­gned to meet the huge demand for more com­pu­te in big data ana­ly­tics, HPC and cloud com­pu­ting.

GIGABYTE & AMD: Gre­at Part­ners For EPYC

Being on the fore­front of inno­va­ti­on, GIGABYTE saw the poten­ti­al of the 1st Gen AMD EPYC™ Pro­ces­sor befo­re it first came to the mar­ket in 2017, and com­mit­ted to deve­lo­ping a full line-up of ser­ver sys­tems based on the 1st Gen EPYC™. In the resul­ting past two years, GIGABYTE has released a total of 18 gene­ral avai­la­bi­li­ty 1st Gen EPYC™ ser­ver sys­tems and mother­boards, and tog­e­ther with our chan­nel part­ners have deli­ve­r­ed major deploy­ments of the­se sys­tems to cloud, web and HPC cus­to­mers, hel­ping them to rea­li­ze the immense value offe­ring and per­for­mance bene­fits of AMD EPYC™ in their data cen­ters.

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GIGABYTE has now built on our exten­si­ve expe­ri­ence and exper­ti­se with the 1st Gen EPYC™ and is rea­dy to deli­ver the next genera­ti­on of AMD EPYC™ to our cus­to­mers, with a total of 28 2nd Gen AMD EPYC™ Pro­ces­sor sys­tems plan­ned for gene­ral avai­la­bi­li­ty release by the end of 2019 –- almost dou­ble the num­ber plat­forms GIGABYTE has released for the first genera­ti­on.

Intro­du­cing the AMD EPYC™ 7002 Seri­es Pro­ces­sor

The new AMD EPYC™ 7002 Seri­es Pro­ces­sors are the world’s first 7nm x86 data cen­ter CPUs and will power the world’s most deman­ding workloads with bre­akthrough CPU per­for­mance. Deli­vering a com­pre­hen­si­ve, con­sis­tent fea­ture set of I/O, memo­ry and secu­ri­ty fea­tures, across 8 to 64 “Zen 2” cores, the 2nd Gen AMD EPYC™ Pro­ces­sors deli­ver agi­li­ty from a balan­ced set of fea­tures. The 2nd Gen EPYC™ is also the first PCIe® 4.0 rea­dy x86 ser­ver CPU, pro­vi­ding an I/O band­width twice of PCIe® Gen 3.0, and allowing you to inte­gra­te the next genera­ti­on of devices such as high speed net­wor­king cards, ultra-fast SSD dri­ves or other PCIe® Gen 4.0 capa­ble devices. The 2nd Gen EPYC™ also fea­tures fas­ter DDR4 chan­nels allowing memo­ry modu­les of up to 3200 MHz to be used. AMD EPYC™ 7002 Genera­ti­on Pro­ces­sors are expec­ted to deli­ver up to twice the per­for­mance-per socket1 and up to four times peak FLOPS per-socket2over AMD EPYC™ 7001 Seri­es Pro­ces­sors.

GIGABYTE’s AMD EPYC™ 7002 Seri­es Ser­ver Fami­ly

GIGABYTE is the sys­tems ven­dor that will have one of the most com­ple­te AMD EPYC™ 7002 Seri­es pro­duct lin­eu­ps on the mar­ket, inclu­ding:

  • R‑Series Rack­mount Ser­vers – 1U and 2U gene­ral-pur­po­se sys­tems, offe­ring the best balan­ce of com­pu­te, memo­ry, sto­rage and expan­da­bi­li­ty.
  • H‑Series High-Den­si­ty 2U 4 Node Ser­vers – com­bi­nes 4 hot-plugg­ab­le nodes in a 2U chas­sis, offe­ring extre­me CPU com­pu­te den­si­ty excel­lent for HPC or cloud com­pu­ting.
  • G‑Series GPU Ser­vers – 1U, 2U or 4U sys­tems offe­ring indus­try lea­ding GPU den­si­ty due to excel­lent ther­mal and mecha­ni­cal design, and desi­gned for AI & deep lear­ning, VDI or video strea­ming workloads.

GIGABYTE will release our com­ple­te AMD EPYC™ 7002 Seri­es pro­duct lin­eup in several dif­fe­rent waves over the second half of 2019. For the first wave releasing today, GIGABYTE is proud to pre­sent the fol­lowing sys­tems to our cus­to­mers:

R152 / R272 Seri­es Sin­gle Socket Rack­mount Ser­vers

1U R152-Z30

4 x 3.5″ SATA/SAS


8 x 2.5″ SATA/SAS + 2 x 2.5″ NVMe


10 x 2.5″ NVMe

2U R272-Z30

12 x 3.5″ SATA/SAS


24 x 2.5″ SATA/SAS


24 x 2.5″ NVMe

Buy only what you need to sup­port your enter­pri­se busi­ness app­li­ca­ti­on requi­re­ments while achie­ving per­for­mance pre­vious­ly only pos­si­ble with a dual socket sys­tem. GIGABYTE’s R152 and R272 Seri­es Ser­ver Sys­tems offer “no-com­pro­mi­se” sin­gle socket ser­ver solu­ti­ons – ide­al to com­bi­ne with AMD EPYC mas­si­ve value sin­gle socket CPU SKUs fea­turing up to 64 cores and 128 threads, and fea­turing 16 x DIMM slots for up to 2TB of DDR4 memo­ry, a varie­ty of 2.5” or 3.5” NVMe / SATA / SAS dri­ve front sto­rage con­fi­gu­ra­ti­ons and a fle­xi­ble num­ber of PCIe® Gen 4.0 expan­si­on slots – they pro­vi­de a high per­for­mance, 1‑socket solu­ti­on desi­gned to incre­a­se ser­ver uti­liz­a­ti­on rates and lower acqui­si­ti­on cos­ts, enab­ling orga­niz­a­ti­ons to right-size for key dat­a­cen­ter workloads without fea­ture com­pro­mi­se, and unlo­cking capa­bi­li­ties and per­for­mance pre­vious­ly avail­ab­le only in 2‑socket archi­tec­tures. Also avail­ab­le for sys­tem buil­ders is GIGABYTE’s MZ32-AR0 mother­board which forms the base of the R152 and R272 ser­ver seri­es.

R182 / R282 Seri­es Dual Socket Rack­mount Ser­vers
1U R182-Z90

4 x 3.5″ SATA/SAS


8 x 2.5″ SATA/SAS
+ 2 x 2.5″ NVMe


10 x 2.5″ NVMe

2U R282-Z90

12 x 3.5″ + 2 x 2.5″ SATA/SAS


24 x 2.5″ + 2 x 2.5″ SATA/SAS


24 x 2.5″ NVMe
+ 2 x 2.5″ SATA/SAS


12 x 3.5″ SATA/SAS
3 x GPUs sup­por­ted

Com­bi­ning dual 2nd Gen EPYC™ pro­ces­sors for up to 128 cores and 256 threads per sys­tem, 32 DIMM slots for up to 4TB of DDR4 memo­ry, a ran­ge of dif­fe­rent NVMe and SATA / SAS sto­rage con­fi­gu­ra­ti­ons and with a lar­ge and fle­xi­ble num­ber of PCIe® Gen 4.0 expan­si­on slots inclu­ding an OCP 3.0 slot, GIGABYTE’s R182 / R282 Seri­es Ser­ver Sys­temsoffer a balan­ced archi­tec­tu­re of com­pu­te, memo­ry and sto­rage for opti­mum per­for­mance to sup­port deman­ding workloads. They are ide­al to build soft­ware defi­ned and vir­tua­li­zed infra­st­ruc­tures, sup­port high per­for­mance app­li­ca­ti­ons such as data­ba­se ana­ly­tics or build an all flash sto­rage array.

H262 Seri­es 2U 4 Node Ser­vers (Dual Socket Per Node)
2U 4Node H262-Z61

24 x 2.5″ SATA/SAS


24 x 2.5″ NVMe


8 x 2.5″ NVMe



2 x 2.5″ SATA/SAS
+ 12 x 2.5″ NVMe

GIGABYTE’s AMD EPYC™ H‑Series 2U 4 Node Ser­ver Sys­tems have gai­ned widespread prai­se and cus­to­mer appro­val world­wi­de, and are the sys­tems of choice for several glo­bal HPC sys­tem pro­vi­ders. Why? As ser­ver aut­ho­ri­ty Ser­ve The Home exp­lains, they are sim­ply “…the den­sest pos­si­ble air-coo­led AMD EPYC plat­forms on the mar­ket. Using the 2U4N chas­sis with 8 x EPYC Rome CPUs and lea­ving some room for addi­tio­nal net­wor­king… one will be able to fit up to 10,240 cores and 20,480 threads in 40U of rack space…”3

But the popu­la­ri­ty of our H‑Series ser­vers stems not only from pro­vi­ding an extre­me­ly den­se com­pu­te con­fi­gu­ra­ti­on in a com­pact foot­print, but also hel­ping to great­ly redu­ce TCO – for examp­le, the chas­sis fea­tures shared coo­ling fans and power sup­plies to help redu­ce ener­gy con­sump­ti­on and redu­ce main­ten­an­ce bur­den, and inclu­des fea­tures such as a CMC modu­le to sim­pli­fy manage­ment and redu­ce cab­ling for manage­ment of all four nodes. The advan­ta­ges are clear — GIGABYTE’s H‑Series sys­tems “…deli­ver vir­tual­ly iden­ti­cal per­for­mance to four 1U ser­vers while redu­cing rack space by 50%, power con­sump­ti­on by 4%, the num­ber of power sup­plies by 75%, and the num­ber of base power/ 1GbE/ manage­ment cables by 56% (7 v. 16.)”3

Easy & Power­ful Manage­ment Tools

All GIGABYTE ser­vers powe­red by AMD EPYC™ fea­ture an AMI Mega­RAC SP‑X web-brow­ser based plat­form for BMC ser­ver manage­ment, with a fea­ture rich and easy to use gra­phi­cal user inter­face. GIGABYTE’s BMC manage­ment solu­ti­on is also nota­ble in pro­vi­ding HTML5-based iKVM remo­te manage­ment cli­ent as a stan­dard fea­ture, with no addi­tio­nal add-on licen­se requi­red to purcha­se. Also avail­ab­le as a free down­load is GSM (GIGABYTE Ser­ver Manage­ment), GIGABYTE’s mul­ti­ple ser­ver remo­te manage­ment soft­ware plat­form, com­pa­ti­ble with eit­her IPMI or Red­fi­sh con­nec­tion inter­faces. GSM inclu­des both a desk­top and mobi­le APP, as well as a plugin for VMware’s vCen­ter.


GIGABYTE and AMD have had a gre­at part­ners­hip, but it’s now going to get even bet­ter. Working clo­se­ly tog­e­ther, we are now able to bring the dis­rup­ti­ve tech­no­lo­gy of the AMD EPYC™ 7002 Seri­es Pro­ces­sors to the mar­ket, in a ran­ge of sys­tems that com­bi­ne excel­lent per­for­mance, con­fi­gu­ra­ti­on fle­xi­bi­li­ty, and value. For fur­ther infor­ma­ti­on about how and whe­re to buy them, plea­se visit to con­ta­ct one of our local chan­nel part­ners, or email us direct­ly at server.grp(at)

AMD, the AMD Arrow logo, EPYC and com­bi­na­ti­ons the­re­of are trade­marks of Advan­ced Micro Devices, Inc. Other pro­duct names used in this publi­ca­ti­on are for iden­ti­fi­ca­ti­on pur­po­ses only and may be trade­marks of their respec­ti­ve com­pa­nies.

1 Pro­jec­tions as of July 3, 2019 for AMD EPYC pro­ces­sors using com­pu­ter mode­ling of pre­pro­duc­tion parts and SPE­Cra­te®2017_int_base inter­nal tes­ting results. Results may vary with pro­duc­tion sili­con tes­ting. EPYC 7601 results as of June 2019–11817.pdf. SPE®, SPE­Cra­te® and SPEC CPU® are regis­tered trade­marks of the Stan­dard Per­for­mance Eva­lua­ti­on Cor­po­ra­ti­on. See for more infor­ma­ti­on.

2 A “Zen2” based pro­ces­sor is esti­ma­ted to have 4X Floa­ting Point Per Socket than a “Zen1” based pro­ces­sor. Actu­al results may vary.

3 GIGABYTE H261-Z60 Ser­ver Review 2U4N AMD EPYC for Den­se Com­pu­te