Hetzner Online is offering AX160 AMD EPYC 24 core systems for rent. The base model will cost you 169 Euros per month with an additional 169 Euro one-time installation cost. You also get 2 x 960 GB NVMe and 4 x 32 GB RAM for the money that you spend. The AMD EPYC server can support up to 5 NVMe type Dedicated Root Server or up to 6 SSDs.
The AMD EPYC server can support up to 512 GB DDR4 ECC RAM. There are a couple of add-ons that include USB sticks that you can get for additional costs. This is for the business market, companies that are small and cannot afford to get servers of their own. Renting can be a great option. It might not be the best value for money in the long run but as of right now it could get the job done.
24 cores is a lot of power in and should be plenty for what you are planning to do. If not then you can always pay more for more cores. You can check out 2 AMD EPYC CPUs here.
In recent news, the head of Radeon Raja Koduri has left AMD and might be going to work at Intel now. You can read more about that here. The resignation is a big loss for AMD but according to According to AMD’s Drew Prairie (corporate communications)::
I wanted to also make sure you understood these updates do not impact our plans or the strategic direction we are driving our graphics business. We appreciate the contributions Raja has made helping establish our dedicated graphics focus and strong team that is capable of accomplishing the ambitious goals we have set for this part of our business.
Let us know what you think about these AMD EPYC servers and whether or not this is something that you might be interested in for your business.