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Question Intel OPA

navinjsheth

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Are AMD processors supported on Intel OPA products please ??

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VirtualLarry

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What's an "OPA" product? I've heard of an OPN, which I think stands for "Ordering Product Number".
 

VirtualLarry

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While we're asking, I'm also curious if the official "Intel Gig+ Wifi" (AX200 desktop bundle kit) works on AM4 / Zen.
 

Hitman928

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As far as I know the answer is no. Anything that was made pre-omni path spinoff is intel only. There's a possibility that after spinning of the division into its own company that future products will be compatible with AMD/ARM/whoever, but I'm not aware of any market available products from that new company at this time.
 

SarahKerrigan

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As far as I know the answer is no. Anything that was made pre-omni path spinoff is intel only. There's a possibility that after spinning of the division into its own company that future products will be compatible with AMD/ARM/whoever, but I'm not aware of any market available products from that new company at this time.
There's already a cluster (LLNL's Mammoth) that has been announced to be using Epyc and the Interconnect Formerly Known as OPA - so it's at least available to someone. Obviously "LLNL can order it" is a little different from "you can buy it off the shelf", of course.

 

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