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Old 11-10-2020, 12:48 PM   #1
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Review of Ampere 32-core 3.3Ghz ARM64 server

Hi all.
I've gotten access to a ARM64 server.
I knew nothing about it when I first logged into it.
The server is made available to Armbian to port their build script.
That way people will be able to use their SBCs to build their own images and kernel.

I found out it was a 32-core @ 3.3Ghz with 128GB ARM64 system.
You can watch my review video about it here :

Here you can read my full review with all the gathered data.



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