High Performance Computing Node with Quad LAN and Intensive Memory Capacity

    RS500A-S6/PS4 features an AMD SR5690/SP5100 chipset, large memory capacity, quad-channel DDR3 per processor, high power efficiency, ASUS’ unique PIKE SAS2 upgrade kit, quad LAN ports and ASUS ASMB4-iKVM module for remote management, delivering awesome performance for customers.
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      High Performance Computing Node with Quad LAN and Intensive Memory Capacity

      High Performance with Up-to-date Processor & Intensive Memory Capacity

      • Based on the up-to-date AMD G34 platform to support 8/12 core AMD OpteronTM 6100 series processors
      • Providing 3 HT3 link between CPUs and transfer rate of 6.4GT per link
      • Designed with 24 4-channel DIMM slots, with maximum 32GB per channel and memory capacity up to 256GB in total

      Quad-LAN Teaming – Faster and More Reliable Network Connections

      • Built with Quad-LAN ports, featuring a “teaming” function to integrate four high-speed Gigabit LAN ports into a single one – providing almost four times the transferring bandwidth
      • Even if an error occurs to one port, the networking connection will not be affected in any way

      Green Design with 80%+ Power Supply

      • Supports 80Plus 770W power supply, which means high transit efficiency between DC & AC and less power loss

      ASUS PIKE SAS2 6G Storage Supported

      • Optional PIKE provides slim-sized and flexible storage choices
      • Supports the latest SAS2 6Gb/s storage through PIKE interface, doubling transmission speed of SAS 3Gb/s

      Optional ASMB4-iKVM for Remote Management

      • Optional BIOS-level ASMB4-iKVM upgrade kit provides remote real-time full control access to the system by keyboard, video monitor and mouse (KVM over Ethernet) from any local computer anywhere, anytime

      Designed for Virtualization

      • Virtualization provides central management through a hub and reduces power consumption and cost for cooling and space requirements
      • Optimized for virtualization by VMDq as it offloads CPU efforts to increase system performance and decrease latency to improve throughput