Server Barebone 3U8G-C602 has Passed NVIDIA Tesla Qualification


Behold ASRock Rack’s 3U8G-C602, a 3U rackmount server barebone with a 1200W platinum redundant PSU (3+1)! This GPU optimized machine has recently passed NVIDIA Tesla qualification, proving itself to be one of the most powerful systems for computationally intensive tasks.

3U8G-C602 is put together around Intel’s C602 chipset, geared with two LGA 2011 CPU sockets, 16 DDR3 DIMM slots, 6 SATA3 6.0 Gb/s connectors, dual Intel gigabit LAN ports plus an additional mezzanine card slot for adding 10G Ethernet to the already exciting blowout. Moreover, this server platform supports up to 8 GPGPU cards with the four edge connectors on the side of the board and another system switch board, so that customers may have a clean system with components all sorted out in orderly fashion. Of course, if anyone is thinking of a Haswell-EP series CPU upgrade, ASRock Rack has also got you covered with an Intel C612 chipset successor 3U8G-C612.

3U8G-C602 Brief Specifications

&#61548    3U Rackmount with 1200W Platinum Redundant PSU (3+1)

&#61548    Dual Socket LGA 2011

&#61548    Supports DDR3 1600/1333/1066 16 x DIMM

&#61548    Supports 8x GPGPU/MIC card

&#61548    Supports Intel Dual GLAN and additional Mezzanine card to support 10G Ethernet

&#61548    Supports 6 x SATA3 6.0 Gb/s (Hot Swap Bay)