PowerEdge R7625 Server

Dell PowerEdge R7625 Specifications

The Dell PowerEdge R7625 is essentially a dual-socket version of the R7615, which also doubles the memory ceiling (6TB). The R7625 is an AMD-specific server that only accepts AMD’s “Genoa” 4th Gen processors. These servers are perfectly suited for high-performance computing (HPC), virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), and virtualization applications, thanks to its impressive core count, extensive memory capabilities, and PCIe Gen5 compatibility.

High-End Performance

The PowerEdge R7625 can take up to two AMD EPYC 9004 series processors, which offer impressive performance, especially in terms of maximum core counts. With support for up to 128 cores/256 threads per socket, this server can handle virtualization, data analytics, and other high-performance computing tasks with ease. The platform also brings together other new technologies such as 12-channel DDR5-4800 memory, faster CPU interconnects (32GT/s), and PCIe Gen 5 support.


The R7625 supports up to 24 DIMMs (12 per socket), with up to 6 TB of memory and speeds of up to 4800 MT/s. This makes it ideal for memory-intensive applications. The R7625 support registered (RDIMMs) which use a buffer to reduce memory loading and provide greater density, allowing for the maximum platform memory capacity. Unbuffered DIMMs (UDIMMs) are not supported.


This versatile server can be adapted for a wide range of applications. It accommodates 24x 2.5-inch, 12x 3.5-inch, or 32 E3.S Gen5 drives in its front bays. Additionally, it can be set up for GPU computing, supporting either two double-wide 300-watt cards or six single 75-watt accelerator cards, such as the NVIDIA L4 GPU. For expansion, it offers up to eight PCIe slots (four Gen5 or eight Gen4).

R7625 Internal


One of the key strengths of the PowerEdge R7625 is its scalability. It can easily adapt to growing business needs, thanks to its support for additional processors, memory, and storage. This makes it a future-proof investment for businesses looking to expand their IT infrastructure.

Management and Security

Dell's integrated management tools, such as the iDRAC9 (Integrated Dell Remote Access Controller), provide comprehensive monitoring and management capabilities, making it easier for IT administrators to manage the server's health and performance. The server also incorporates several security features, including Secure Boot, TPM (Trusted Platform Module), and Dell's own security enhancements, to protect against unauthorized access and cyber threats.

Connectivity and Expansion

The PowerEdge R7625 offers a range of connectivity options, including multiple Gigabit Ethernet ports and optional network cards for higher-speed networking. It also has several PCIe slots, allowing for the addition of extra network cards, storage controllers, or other expansion cards to enhance its capabilities.

Dell Recertified and Warranty Information

These Dell Recertified servers complete an exhaustive second Dell factory remanufacturing and testing process to ensure they meet the same factory specifications as new. These servers typically come from cancelled orders or customers who returned their orders without ever using the product. All Dell EMC Recertified are backed by the OEM warranty that is identical to new. You’re covered from the date of purchase; your warranty begins on day one and is refreshed as with your original warranty.


Overall, the Dell PowerEdge R7625 is a robust and highly capable server that is well-suited for a variety of business applications. Its combination of performance, scalability, and security features make it an excellent choice for organizations looking to build or upgrade their IT infrastructure. Whether for virtualization, data analytics, or other demanding workloads, the R7625 is a reliable and powerful server that can support the evolving needs of modern businesses.

Dell PowerEdge R7625 Manuals and Resources