Dell EMC PowerEdge C4140 Server REVIEW | IT Creations



Today we have a small 1U server that was developed jointly with Nvidia. It packs quite a punch for high-performance computing applications with up to four GPU accelerators or Field-Programable Gate Arrays. The last platform we reviewed, the R940xa, also supports four GPUs but that one had four processors plus a generous amount for storage, all in a 4U chassis. The Dell EMC PowerEdge C4140 is a high-performance compute module with dual Intel Xeon Scalable processors but very little onboard storage.

Dell says, “The Dell PowerEdge C4140 server is the industry’s leading accelerator-optimized, ultra-dense platform”. And I grabbed that right out of their spec sheet. What’s this system good for? Basically, all the cutting-edge high-performance computing applications… Watch the video!!

Dell EMC PowerEdge C4140 — PRICING

Dell EMC PowerEdge C4140 — SPECIFICATIONS

Dell EMC PowerEdge C4140 — OWNER’S MANUAL

IT Creations Dell EMC Servers

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7 thoughts on “Dell EMC PowerEdge C4140 Server REVIEW | IT Creations

  1. What was the volume and thermals like? Regular 1U servers can be pretty screamy and toasty as is, I imagine with four GPUs would push the fans even further to keep the system cool.

  2. nvidia will milk you(and your company) dry for these data center gpus. they are extremely expensive. how does a single tesla v100 for $6000 makes you feel?

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