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Miss The HEDT Glory Days? Build a 96-core 12-Channel DDR5 Beast with AMD EPYC

AMD is no longer shipping Ryzen Threadripper CPUs for high-end desktops and is positioning the Ryzen Threadripper Pro for workstations. But now that single-socket motherboards for AMD’s 4th generation EPYC ‘Genoa’ processors are available, rather than settle for the 64-core Threadripper Pro, we’re going for 96-cores and up to 12 channels of DDR5 memory. We recommend choosing a huge system. .

Recent ASRock Racks Introduced several single-socket SP5 motherboards For AMD’s EPYC 9004 series processors (, including Deep Micro-ATX GenoaD8UD-2T/X550 and GenoaD24QM3-2L2T/BCM motherboards, which are officially intended for servers, but to build the ultimate battle station with a 96 core CPU and memory load can be used for You can afford the CPU and find a suitable chassis.

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