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Some intended uses are 3D modeling, simulation, fluid dynamics and GPU rendering

AVADirect has unveiled some new flavors of GPU Servers based on Supermicro's 4027GR-TRT and Tyan's B7059F77AV6R server platforms. 
 
Some specs for the high-end GPU server clusters include dual-XEON E5 processors on the C602 chipset; up to eight dual-width PCI-E 16x 3.0 graphics interfaces; 10GB NIC ports; 1.5TB of ECC memory, and 24TB of storage via 2.5-inch storage drives.


While AVADirect says its new GPU Servers can cover just about any task, some intended uses are 3D modeling, simulation, fluid dynamics and GPU rendering.
 
You can pick up the default configuration of a Supermicro GPU Server for $5,092.25 or customize your own here (price adjusts as you go), but if the Tyan GPU Server is more your style, the default configuration comes at a price of $6,239.37 or you can make your own here

Source: AVADirect





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