ESC8000 G3

After the long hard working in HPC field, ASUSnow presents the GPU server ESC8000 G3 supporting up to eight double deck GPUcards as well as optimized thermal design for both CPUs and GPUs. ESC8000 G3 isthe latest supercomputer based on Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v4/v3 productfamily, featuring front parallel redundant fan placement and dedicatedair-tunnel for individual GPUs, six hot-swappable 2.5” SATA HDD/SSD bays, 2+180 PLUS Platinum 1600W CRPS , 8 PCI-E Gen3 x16 and 2 PCI-E Gen3 x8 expansionslots. ESC8000 G3 is targeted to hit 20Tera floating points with the latestgeneration GPU cards and achieve an outstanding performance result in Top500and Green500.

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Scalable Rendering Platform

ESC8000G3 with 8x NVIDIA® Quadro® P6000 GPUs is a certified platform giving you thebest performance and scalability in the increasingly demanding workflows forManufacturing, AEC and M&E. As your business grows, use the power ofthe ESC8000 G3 that is has undergone the rigorous VCA Certification processfrom NVIDIA, to scale and grow into your datacenter. Have confidence thatyou can have a ubiquitous rendering solution that your entire organization cantap into located in the security of your datacenter.

High Density, Hybrid Computing Power

ESC8000 G3 is equipped with dual Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v3 product family CPUs, 24 DDR4 DIMMs and support up to eight dual-slot GPGPU; thus delivers high density computing power with scalable expansion capability and an intelligent thermal solution, making it an ideal choice for the applications in the field of life and medical science, engineering science, financial modeling and virtualization.

10 Flexible Expansion Slots for 8 GPUs and diverse LAN Cards Support

The ESC8000 G3 supports up to eight PCI-E Gen3 x16 slots for high expandability, compatible with versatile expansion cards, especially in supporting up-to-date Intel® Xeon Phi™ series, NVIDIA Tesla and GRIDTM Family, as well as AMD FirePro S Series of GPU accelerators. Initially, high-density computing is designed specifically to pack greater processing power into a rack. In ESC8000 G3, it can carry up to 8 double-deck GPUs offering extreme high density and parallel computing power. As we run eight AMD FireProGPU cards in ESC8000 G3, ESC8000 G3 could perform to the extreme up to 20 Teraflops. In addition, there are PCI-E Gen3 slots (x8 links) for Low Profile HBA and proprietary networking cards using FDR and 10G interface.

Optimized Thermal Solution and Intelligent System Fan III for improved airflow and lower running costs

To provide the optimized thermal solution, ESC8000 G3 has the front parallel redundant fan placement which creates dedicated air tunnels for individual CPU and GPU; four fans in 1U height for CPU while eight fans in 2-3U height for GPU. Among the eight fans for GPU, four fans in front side play the role as the back-up solution for another four running fans, offering the best thermal solution in a power-saving way.

2+1 CRPS (1600W 80 PLUS Platinum)

The ESC8000 G3 is equipped with two 1600W 80 PLUS Platinum level redundant power supplies with VR power efficiency up to 95% for energy savings, while the hot swappable design reduces power loss, improves power efficiency and saves more TCO for users.

Complete remote server management

The ASMB8-iKVM (IPMI 2.0-compliant) enables remote update BIOS, standalone KVM/Java utility, video recording and BSOD capture. Based on out-of-band management, even if the server operating system is down or offline, the KVM module can still provide round-the-clock remote monitoring and diagnosis through a user-friendly web-based graphical interface via all major browsers. In addition, ASWM Enterprise software provides one-to-multiple centralized management including BIOS flash, software dispatch, task scheduler, remote control, and power control, all through a colorful and informative graphical interface. Through ASUS remote management solution, user could save time and effort on server management and trouble-shooting.

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