ASUS EPYC 9004-Powered Rack Servers 

ASUS ESC8000A-E12P EPYC 9004 GPU server

The ASUS EPYC 9004 Server is powered by the latest AMD EPYC 9004 Series processors. Leveraging innovative ASUS thermal design, ASUS rack server solutions empower enhanced system airflow — minimizing power consumption and maximizing efficiency. The lower power consumption aligns with the ASUS 2025 Sustainability Goals initiative.. The new hard-drive tray design on the front panel of the RS series servers features ventilation holes that are 44% wider compared to the previous generation, increasing airflow through the system and improving thermal efficiency. This adds to component longevity, including the latest DDR5, PCIe 5.0 and NVMe technologies. The improved fan-tunnel design, with independent CPU- and GPU-airflow tunnels, increases the capabilities of 400 W CPUs and 350 W GPUs — significantly boosting compute-intensive enterprise workloads. 

AMD EPYC 9004-series processors amplify the AMD history of x86 architecture innovations and  next-gen 5 nm technology. They also introduce support for high-performant DDR5 DIMMs, 128 PCIe 5.0 lanes and 12 memory channels, delivering the resources needed for memory-hungry AI, ML, HPC and large in-memory computations. It achieves 24 benchmark records on SPEC CPU2017 and SPECjbb with dual-socket RS700A-E12 and single-socket RS520A-E12 servers. 

These latest ASUS servers, powered by AMD EPYC 9004-series processors, include the dual-socket RS720A-E12 and RS700A-E12, and the single-socket RS520A-E12 and RS500A-E12; plus the density-optimized RS720QA-E12 and the ESC8000A-E12 and ESC4000A-E12 GPU servers. All ASUS GPU servers are NVIDIA-Certified to support NVIDIA AI Enterprise and Omniverse solutions. All ASUS servers powered by AMD EPYC 9004-series processors are certified by VMware, Microsoft Windows Server and Linux. 


ASUS server solutions are available worldwide through local ASUS representatives. 

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