What is new of Dell R750 Server? Dell R750 vs. R740?

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Recently, Dell released its new series of PowerEdge servers, including R750, R650, C6520 and more. Looking this, we may have questions about R750’s new features, compared to the hottest series, the R740.

In this post, let’s compare them.

What is new of Dell R750 Server?

The PowerEdge R750 general-purpose server equipped with the third-generation Intel Xeon Scalable processor is designed for the most demanding workloads. Each CPU can support 8 memory channels, and can support up to 32 DDR4 DIMMs at a speed of 3200 MT/s. In terms of solving massively parallel linear equations, up to 43% performance improvement can be achieved.

This excellent performance has also been highly praised by the professional evaluation agency StorageReview. In the performance test, PowerEdge R750 was awarded the “2021 Editors’ Choice Award” for its strong performance, excellent thermal design, and excellent software features.

2021 Editors' Choice Award

In terms of testing the average latency of SQL Server, the PowerEdge R750 server was able to maintain a 1ms latency on 8 VMs. For Sysbench, the TPS of 8 VM settings is 29174, the average delay is 8.77ms, and the worst-case delay is 15.2ms. We saw impressive performance of 8 VMs, which is one of the highest performances we have recorded.

Dell R750 vs R740

Table 1 shows us the spec comparison of R750 and R740.

Features PowerEdge R750 PowerEdge R740
Processor Up to two 3rd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors, with up to 40 cores per processor Up to two 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors with up to 28 cores per processor
Memory • 32 DDR4 DIMM slots, supports RDIMM 2 TB max or LRDIMM 8 TB max, speeds up to 3200 MT/s

• Up to 16 Intel Persistent Memory 200 series (BPS) slots, 8 TB max

• Supports registered ECC DDR4 DIMMs only

• 24 DDR4 DIMM slots, supports RDIMM 1.53TB max or LRDIMM 3TBmax, speeds up to 2933MT/s

• Supports registered ECC DDR4 DIMMs only

Accelerators 2 x 300W DW or 6 x 75W SW Up to 3 × 300W or 6 × 150W GPUs
Storages Front bays:

• Up to 12 x 3.5-inch SAS/SATA (HDD/SSD) max 192 TB

• Up to 8 x 2.5-inch NVMe (SSD) max 122.88 TB

• Up to 16 x 2.5-inch SAS/SATA/NVMe (HDD/SSD) max 245.76 TB

• Up to 24 x 2.5-inch SAS/SATA/NVMe (HDD/SSD) max 368.84 TB

Rear bays:

• Up to 2 x 2.5-inch SAS/SATA/NVMe (HDD/SSD) max 30.72 TB

• Up to 4 x 2.5-inch SAS/SATA/NVMe (HDD/SSD) max 61.44 TB

• Up to 16 x 2.5″ SAS/SATA/SSD, max 122.88TB

•  Up to 8 x 3.5″ SAS/SATA, max 112TB

Power Supplies • 800 W Platinum AC/240 HVDC

• 1100 W Titanium AC/240 HVDC

• 1400 W Platinum AC/240 HVDC

• 2400 W Platinum AC/240 HVDC

• 495W AC Platinum

• 750W AC Platinum/Titanium

• 750W 240V HVDC Platinum

• 1100W AC Platinum

• 1100W 380V HVDC Platinum

• 1100W -48VDC

• 1600W AC Platinum

• 2000W AC Platinum

• 2400W AC Platinum

• Up to 6 fans with full redundancy U

PCIe Up to 8 x PCIe Gen4 slots (up to 6 x16) with support for SNAP I/O modules 8 x Gen3 slots (4 x16)

New Features of New PowerEdge Servers

In addition, PowerEdge servers have brought a series of new innovations in management:

  1. Unified management

PowerEdge servers can be seamlessly integrated with VMWare systems. When customers use VMware virtualization or a VMware-based cloud platform, using the VMware management platform, customers can integrate Dell PowerEdge Open-manage into their management platform to achieve the entire lifecycle management of software and hardware, greatly improving Improve customer’s work efficiency.

  1. Analysis

PowerEdge servers support CloudIQ. Customers can use CloudIQ to analyze the performance of all Dell EMC servers, storages, and networks in the current system, as well as to predict some failures and make some remedial measures in advance, which can improve management efficiency and improve the system.

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Summary

Dell R750 provides higher performance than R750, in the same 2U rack. We can guess the R750 may be hotter than R740 in the future. However, we still need R740 servers. If you also want to order R740, welcome to check our price: Dell PowerEdge R740 Servers

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