Sapphire showcased its GPU compute system consisting of 10 graphics card, at Computex (a few days back). Besides crypto mining, these have a wide range of applications all of which require high computing performance.

Sapphire GPU compute system
Sapphire GPU compute system

The workstation leverages AMD’s EPYC 3000-series embedded processor and has 10 PCIe 3.0 x8 slots which are connected to the CPU via 5 PCle switches from ASMedia. The system contains six bays for storage devices, two 10 GbE LAN ports with SFP+ connectors, two COM connectors et cetera. The server is powered using up to four PSUs, but the static demo only had two 1200 W PSUs.

10 Graphics Card System

During Computex, Sapphire demonstrated the system with x10 Radeon RX 470 graphics cards, but they can install any board inside it which has an appropriate cooling system and design. The company hasn’t decided how much the 10-way GPU compute system will cost, and when it will hit retail (if it does).

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