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With the Ryzen™ 3000 series and the new X570 and X470 chip sets, AMD provides an outstanding platform for new entry-level RECT™ workstations and servers. It is a huge statement from AMD: more cores, more cycles, faster memory. At the same time, AMD is the first mover for the new PCIe 4.0 standard, which delivers double the transfer rates for e.g. NVMe SSDs. And because AMD really wants to impress as challenger, it is packaging all this performance at an unbeatable price level.

We bundle this for you in our RECT™ workstations and servers with AMD Ryzen™ 3000 series CPUs so that you can benefit from superior computer systems at an unbeatable price.

Powerful entry-level workstations with AMD Ryzen™ 3000

  • Highest core density for entry-level workstations on the market
  • Advanced platform thanks to PCIe 4.0
  • 7nm ZEN 2 architecture with two compute dies for computing performance and one I/O die for security and communication
  • Especially fast RAM (3200 MHz)
  • Highest core density for entry-level workstations on the market
  • Advanced platform thanks to PCIe 4.0
  • 7nm ZEN 2 architecture with two compute dies for computing performance and one I/O die for security and communication
  • Especially fast RAM (3200 MHz)

More power for entry-level servers

Entry level in the fast lane
It is an accepted fact that the latest Ryzen™ processors are among the most advanced desktop CPUs. Thanks to AMD’s “Zen 2” architecture and 7nm lithography, 3rd-generation Ryzen™ processors now achieve such compelling values, particularly with multi-thread performance, that these tiny powerpacks can deliver even in the entry-level and small entry server segment. Basic clocking is up to 3.9 GHz (3800X), while Precision Boost Overdrive can automatically push processor speed all the way up to 4.6 GHz (3900X). The Ryzen™ 3000 series processors clearly match the performance of the i5/i7/i9 series from Intel.
But it’s in the area of cores and threads that AMD really comes into its own, because it’s here that they are on average cheaper and more numerous: the top-of-the-range 3900X provides up to 24 threads, with the smaller 3600X offering 12 threads and overtaking the i7-9700K – which is clocked slower anyway.
And when it comes to processor cache, it's worth taking a look at the inexpensive Ryzen servers: at a low price they offer 16 MB in L3, which is something otherwise reserved for Intel’s Coffee Lake top-of-the-range models with 14nm lithography. And this is not the end of the story by far, as the Ryzen™ 3600 provides 32 MB of L3 cache, while the 3900X offers a whopping 64 MB.
When it comes to RAM, you can choose between ECC memory with up to 2666 MHz (e.g. in the RS-8625R8) and non-ECC with particularly fast 3200 MHz (e.g. in the RS-8625C-T).

Entry-level servers – key facts

  • Highest core density for entry-level servers on the market
  • 7nm ZEN 2 architecture with two compute dies for computing performance and one I/O die for security and communication
  • Full-featured server platform with ECC, IPMI, redundant power supplies and a wide range of RAID controllers with optional cache protection
  • 2x Gbit LAN on board, hot-swappable

Entry-level servers – key facts

  • Highest core density for entry-level servers on the market
  • 7nm ZEN 2 architecture with two compute dies for computing performance and one I/O die for security and communication
  • Full-featured server platform with ECC, IPMI, redundant power supplies and a wide range of RAID controllers with optional cache protection
  • 2x Gbit LAN on board, hot-swappable

Security: hardened at the core

AMD traditionally goes its own way with the management of translation lookaside buffers (TLBs), meaning there is natural protection from side-channel attacks like Foreshadow and Zombieload. What is more, a new hardware-based security system has been implemented to lock out all those exploits experienced in recent times that could also have impacted AMD processors (for example Spectre v4).

Security: hardened at the core

AMD traditionally goes its own way with the management of translation lookaside buffers (TLBs), meaning there is natural protection from side-channel attacks like Foreshadow and Zombieload. What is more, a new hardware-based security system has been implemented to lock out all those exploits experienced in recent times that could also have impacted AMD processors (for example Spectre v4).

Small entry servers with AMD Ryzen™ 3000 processors

Ideal for price-sensitive and simple as well as small server environments in order to achieve well-clocked IT performance within small budget limitations. RECT small entry servers with AMD Ryzen 3000 processors offer a low budget platform focusing on the area of computing power for small businesses and offices as well as branch offices.

  • Highest core density for small entry servers on the market
  • Advanced platform thanks to PCIe 4.0, especially fast RAM (3200 MHz)
  • 7nm ZEN 2 architecture with two compute dies for computing performance and one I/O die for security and communication
  • 2x USB 3.1 at the front

ZEN 2 – the 7nm architecture

The Ryzen™ 3000 processors, developed under the codename ”Matisse”, feature advanced ZEN 2 architecture on board. They thus share the basic design with the EPYC CPUs of their generation and prove that 7nm production technology is continuing its inexorable path to becoming the new industry standard. Furthermore, AMD's chiplet approach – i.e. separating the CPU dies from the I/O dies – promises greater power and success. A Ryzen™ 3000 consists of a compute chiplet (CCD) with up to eight cores (3900X: two CCDs) and an I/O chiplet for security and communications. The resulting independence in processing ensures that each particular area can run at its own speed without being able to restrict the other areas.

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