ASUS Announces AMD EPYC 9004 Server Solutions

ASUS today released a server equipped with the latest AMD EPYC 9004 CPU. ASUS AMD EPYC 9004 series servers adopt an exclusive innovative airflow design, which reduces impedance, improves airflow, and thus reduces power consumption, in line with ASUS 2025 Sustainable Goal, the front panel hard drive tray opening rate is 44% higher than the previous generation, increase cooling efficiency, and extend the life of components, such as the latest DDR5, PCIe 5.0 and NVMe; in addition, the upgraded fan system, with independent CPU and GPU airflow channels, can promote its operation ability, strengthen intensive computing, reduce the burden of enterprises workload.

Equipped with the latest Direct-to-Chip (D2C) liquid cooling solution, the RS720QA-E12 high-density server uses ASUS Thermal Radar 2.0 and Power Balancer technology to reduce fan power consumption by more than 90% and noise by more than 29.6%. At the same time, ASUS continues to work closely with well-known data center cooling solution providers Submer and MGC to bring impeccable liquid cooling technology solutions to enterprise users, including servers, liquid cooling modules, data center floor plans, capability assessments, and proposed infrastructure Wait.

The AMD EPYC 9004 series servers launched by ASUS this time also include dual-slot RS720A-E12, RS700A-E12, single-slot RS520A-E12, RS500A-E12, and density-optimized RS720QA-E12, ESC8000A-E12, and the ESC4000A-E12 GPU server, certified for VMware, Microsoft Windows and Linux.

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