HPC Clusters are becoming more and more common and they are coming in many variations. Put simply, an HPC cluster is many networked computing nodes put together for a particular use case. It’s a cluster of high performing compute nodes.
Overclocking CPUs can sometimes void warranties. It’s never advised to approach overclocking without some expertise. The process of removing all power limits on your motherboard can be scary enough for some users.
Creating a low latency server can be imperative for many use cases, gaming servers, high frequency trading servers, ingress/egress with live streaming platforms and much more. We realize that everyone’s low latency is also case-by-case.
Private Cloud configurations are tough to get right. You then layer on the difficulty of picking the right GPU and you have quite the task to put together a highly-performing and affordable GPU cloud. We’ve listed out some of the GPUs here which can help guide you to find the right model for your GPU cloud.
When it comes to High Frequency Servers, there are a few key elements needed to ensure successful performance. Tick to trade latency is imperative. This is the key to a highly performing High Frequency Server. We’ve put together a system focused on low latency, which is the key element to success in a high frequency server.
With AMD fans on the edge of their chairs for the new Zen 4 based processors, we can see from recent comments from AMD that the timeline for the new Ryzen 7000 processors is getting closer.
Building a private cloud can be complicated and it can also vary wildly based on your use case. Whether you’re building a large GPU cloud or you’re building a heavy storage cloud can change your configuration significantly. You then have to consider the software you’re going to layer on top of these pieces of hardware and this can change the hardware configuration needs as well.
Making the right RAID card choice can often depend on your server configuration and drive type(s) as well as OS support for your particular RAID card(s).
Intel and AMD are going head to head in a fierce battle for market share. As device growth continues per person and per country, Intel and AMD are after an ever growing space. AMD has really pushed Intel hard over the last couple of years with their Zen 3 based processors. They have continued to eat at Intel’s market share at the consumer and datacenter level.
Building a GPU Private Cloud can take a lot of design work and a lot of consideration based on your use case. Software can be challenging or provide underperformance if not assessed and implemented correctly.
HighPoint, a manufacturer of leading RAID controllers, has announced a new RAID card with extreme performance for a single RAID array. HighPoint 8-Port High-Port-Count (HPC) M.2 controllers deliver unbeatable performance and storage capacity in a compact PCIe device that can be easily integrated into any industry standard computing platform.
We’ve built many GPU Clouds and building a highly performant and efficient private cloud can be tricky. There are many components that go into building a well optimized Virtualized GPU Cloud. Layered with the right software, there can be significant performance upgrades and