GIGABYTE wants memory. A lot of memory.

I lol'ed when reading the word 'record' in that newspost. Apart from that, this is looking quite nice. Add 4 more PCIe lanes and you have a nice SR2 competitor!

Gigabyte says it has broken a new memory record with the new server motherboard GA-7TESM. The board supports two Intel Xeon processors and comes with 18 DDR3 slots that are occupied by 16GB modules from NETLIST for a total capacity of record-high 288GB.

Gigabyte points out that the extremely high memory capacity makes it extra well suited for datacenters, virtualization and demanding cloud services where both performance and memory capacity are vital.

Gigabyte GA-7TESM will be the only motherboard on the market that supports 288GB RAM operating at 1333 MHz and pairing this with four Gigabit Ethernet controllers, 8 SAS 6.0 Gbps ports for harddrives and an integrated GPU from Matrox you have a solid package.

Those who need more can use the PCI Express 2.0 x16 slot and other connections found on the board.


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France marmott says:

Nothing that impressive, they are just using 16GB dual rank modules that are not very common yet.

Once 32GB quad rank modules will be out we will see 384GB of memory per server.

Christian Ney says:

if some banks are always under power this would be interesting

TaPaKaH says:

Gigabyte, the worldwide leader of launching s1366 boards at precicely the right time

United Kingdom Dualist says:

Sam OCX said: Gigabyte, the worldwide leader of launching s1366 boards at precicely the right time


lmfao :D

Belgium richba5tard says:

Wants!

South Africa Vivi says:

ROFL sam

Austria Turrican says:

Sam OCX said: Gigabyte, the worldwide leader of launching s1366 boards at precicely the right time


yeah. :D

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