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ROMED8U-2T : a µATX motherboard for AMD Epyc 7002 & 7003

ROMED8U-2T : a µATX motherboard for AMD Epyc 7002 & 7003

This morning, we are going to talk about motherboards with the professional branch of ASRock. Indeed, ASRock Rack announces its ROMED8U-2T, a micro-ATX board for AMD Epyc 7002 and 7003 series!

ROMED8U-2T : an Epyc server board in µATX !

Romed8U-2T

In the program, the brand offers us a server-oriented reference, which explains its very spartan design. Nevertheless, this model is intended for AMD Epyc 7002 and 7003 series processors.

As you can see, the card offers a total of eight memory slots. This board can host RDIMM, LRDIMM, RDIMM/LRDIMM 3DS and NVDIMM. In terms of capacity, it can hold up to 256 GB per stick of RDIMM/LRDIMM 3DS, which is 2 TB of DDR4 RAM. As for the frequencies, it will run at a maximum of 3200 MHz on RDIMM/LRDIMM and 2666 MHz for NVDIMM.

Otherwise, the rest of the connectivity includes three PCIe x16 4.0 slots. For the storage part, we have an M.2 2280 port in PCIe 4.0 x4. It is completed by two SATA III, two SAS slims and two mini-SAS HD.

Finally, at the back, the connectivity goes to the essentials with a VGA socket for display, two USB 3.2 Gen1 ports, three Ethernet and a UID button. Among the three Ethernet ports, one is dedicated to IPMI, the network management system. The other two ports are powered by an Intel X710-AT2 chip in 10Gb.


Here is the ASRock Rack datasheet !


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