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- 2x 1600W high efficiency power supply
The Relion 2808GT was designed to deliver maximum compute power with a minimal datacenter footprint and maximum efficiency. The system supports eight GPUs or coprocessors in two rack units and provides a higher compute density that any other server on the market. Configured with eight NVidia GPUs or eight Intel Xeon Phi co-processors a single Relion 2808GT can achieve over 8TFLOPs of double precision floating point peak performance.
The system’s eight GPUs or coprocessors are supported by a dual socket platform based on Intel’s Xeon E5-2600v2 product family. The system can be configured with up to 512GB of ECC memory and features an on-board dual 10GbE BASE-T controller and optional support for two 10GbE SFP+ ports. Serviceability features include a dedicated LAN port for server management as well as support for IPMI 2.0 and remote KVM. For maximum power efficiency the Relion 2808GT features a dual 1600W power supply that has been certified at the 80 PLUS Gold level.
The Relion 2808GT is the ideal platform for running scientific and engineering applications that support GPUs or coprocessors such as Matlab, Amber or Abaqus as well as ‘home grown’ and open source applications that can be ported to support GPUs or coprocessors.
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- Video: Penguin Computing Showcases High Density Relion 2808GT GPU Server
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