hi guysi'm an engineering student and a graphic designer so i need a workstation to get my work done . actually i'm a huge fan of Apple Mac but buying Mac Pro will cost me more so i've decided to go with HP solution i gan get used HP Z600 or Z800 and customize them i've a question does any one of them support PCEi SSD or i've to go with Z620 ?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/does-HP-Z600-or-Z800-Support-PCIe-SSD/td-p/5815710
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HP Z600 & Z800 Workstations support Nvidia Quadro M4000 8GB Grpahic Card? Can the defual power supply hand the wattage from the new GPU's? Currently running Nvidia Quadro FX4800 graphic card.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/HP-Z600-amp-Z800-Workstations-support-Nvidia-Quadro-M4000/td-p/5614092
Hi I'm testing some bios options with a - Z motherboard I activated the compute option on all motherboard slots pcie and pci it's a really bad idea nbsp After that i bricked the computer with the bip error the motherboard can't recognize any videocard Anyway i make this because i tink a clear CMOS will erase any modification nbsp Well i try to clear CMOS unplug powercord push one time the power button to clear any power waiting a few minute then push CMOS button for second and the problem is the same nbsp After that i remove the motherboard and the CMOS battery waiting for night and the problem is the same nbsp At end i'll try with the crisis recovery jumper burn a bios rA on HP compute Z800 PCIe option for with and Bricked PCI a CD-ROM the Z make bip then the power button turn to blue and the CD-ROM spinup and i see activity for sec and after that nothing better nbsp In fact is there a way to reset the CMOS why the reset CMOS button not working nbsp
Hi,I solved my problem.In fact the clear CMOS work but the compute parameter is not reset.By the way i think i had switch to enable on all slot but i'm wrong, the first slot pcie 4x was ok. I was able to plug a videocard in it and change the setting of all other slot. Thank folks !http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Bricked-HP-Z800-with-compute-option-for-PCIe-and-PCI/td-p/5586274
Does the hp envy x360 convertable (F4B11EA#ABU) support m.2 pcie SSD? Thanks.
Hi, It supports and according to the technical specification has a 128 GB SATA SSD M2 from factory: http://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/GetPDF.aspx/c05162368.pdf Storage 1 TB 7200 rpm SATA; 128 GB M.2 SSD Dropbox1http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/hp-envy-x64-support-pcie-ssd/td-p/5752099
Does the Dell T7910 support M.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 SSD?
Does it have a M.2 port?
Specifically I'm looking to add this: SAMSUNG 950 PRO M.2 512GB PCI-Express 3.0 x4 Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) MZ-V5P512BW
I also have a quadro video card in my configuration, will that cause any conflicts due to not enough PCIe lanes or something?
I have just spent 3 weeks trying to make the Samsung 950 PRO work in my Dell t7910 and after sending the 950 pro to Dell to have them try and figure it out, they have given up and told me it is incompatible. I also spent many hours on the phone with Samsung and they gave up as well. Good Luck!http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19664048
Hi all (Dell - mods - would especially appreciate your response):
I am considering buying a Samsung 950 SSD for my XPS 13 9350. The machine currently has 128GB SATA SSD.
Does anyone know - and I called and chatted with Dell Tech Support and it seems like they are not too familiar with these concepts - whether these machines support 2 or 4 lanes PCIe for the SSD?
One Dell rep on the phone told me 2 lanes. A Dell chat support told me 4 lanes. Neither seemed too confident in their answer and one referred me to a Wikipedia page as a source.
I know the 9350 supports PCIe connections. Just trying to figure out if it is 4 or 2 since that will impact the speed - and decision on what SSD to buy.
From what I see the machine also supports NVMe - but if anyone knows this for sure please let me know.
I should have mentioned this in the first post:
I am getting: 1700 Seq Read 1542 Seq write 122588 Random Read 90750 Random write
Plugged in. 8GB RAM, i5
950 Pro Specs are: 2500MBs seq read; 1500MBs seq write.
I just purchased the X1 Yoga with the I7 6600U, 8GB RAM, Model 20FRA002TH.How can I find out if it supports PCIe NVMe? Below is the picture of the current SSD that is in it now. ?https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-X-Series-Laptops/Does-my-X1-Yoga-support-PCIe-NVMe/td-p/3367966
Does anybody know if the Z820 can boot off a NVMe PCIe SSD card? It has an appropriate UEFI version - 2.3.1 but not sure if that is sufficient. The Z840 documentation says it is supported but I can't find anything in Z820 documentation. Thanks!
Please find out the URL the information for Z Turbo Drive installation: http://h20565.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?sp4ts.oid=6898494&docId=emr_na-c04399475&docLocale...http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/NVMe-PCIe-SSD-boot-support-in-Z820/td-p/5056550
Hi i can't find any information on wheither this particular model supports pcie ssd for example a nbsp nbsp http www samsung com uk consumer memory-storage ssd -pro MZ-V P BW nbsp i did older support on z620? pcie for ssd hp bootable find notes inthe bios update page which says nbsp http h www hp com hpsc swd public detail sp ts oid amp swItemId wk amp swEnvOid support for bootable pcie ssd on older hp z620? Version Rev A nbsp Aug FixesThe following fix has been made in BIOS version Fixes an issue where system would not boot when cards with large support for bootable pcie ssd on older hp z620? MMIO are installed nbsp i think MMIO has something to do with pcie drive but i'm not in IT so i don't really know too much about this nbsp so in summary nbsp Will i be able to install and boot from a samsung pro nvme m ssd or equvalent using a z equipped with xeon e - v i dont think it has a m slot but can't you just use a pci-e slot nbsphttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/support-for-bootable-pcie-ssd-on-older-hp-z620/td-p/5739963
Yesterday I installed a Samsung 950 pro 256gb m2 pcie nvme ssd into a Dell E7270
Older configuration was with a sandisk regular sata 3 ssd. After replacement did a bios reset twice, once factory reset, once custom. (I left sata on ahci.)
I chose to install windows 10 pro x64 by using the uefi/gpt methode. Legacy options off.
Installation went without a problem. Afterwards I installed the Samsung nvme driver 220.127.116.11.
Also the Samsung magician software. It reports a link speed 8Gbps (is ok), link width 16 Gbps (should be 32?) .
Is there a way to change the pcie link width from 2x to 4x? I thought this ultrabook did support x4.
E7270 i5 6300U, 16gb ddr4, Samsung 950 pro 256
comment would be appreciated :-) Thanks in advance!
I was wondering if half-length PCIe and mini card PCIe are the same thing because I was planning on plugging in an external GPU. Thank you for helping.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Is-Half-Length-PCIe-and-Mini-Card-PCIe-the-Same-Thing/td-p/5690672
I have a UAD Quad PCIe card (A card for music making, not a soundcard tho), which my computer can't find.
It has a LED light that indictates that it's getting power from the computer and so on.
Windows 7 32bit Proffesional
Motherboard: Asus M4N68T
CPU: AMD Phenom 3Ghz (4x)
RAM: 4 GB
Graphics: NVidia GeForce 8600 GT
Anything else, just ask!
Have you had a good look around in the bios settings? See if it's being seen there.http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/183985-computer-cant-find-pcie-device-uad-2-quad-pcie-card.html
I currently have Motherboard Asus P5B-Plus Vista edition which has
1 x PCI-E x16, 3 x PCI-E x1, 3 x PCI 2.2
I plan to build a data server with this motherboard and buy Promise Supertrak EX8350 which is PCI-E x4 Raid controller card.
My question is. Instead of buying a new motherboard that has PCI-E x4 slot.
Can I just install the PCI-E x4 Raid controller card into PCI-E x16 slot which is normally for video card? And Just buy a cheap regular PCI video card for PCI 2.2 slot?
Hopefully someone could help me with this and I thank you in advance.
The 4X card has the long edge connector for the socket I assume, then yes. I have a second x16/4 slot that, iirc, they say will work as a 4x slot. That said, do they make a PCIE x1 videocard for the short slot?
I want to buy an SSD drive for this laptop, but do not know what the protocol supports slot M2 and therefore can not determine the SSD model.
I want to buy an SSD drive in this laptop
The 7778 (Skylake version) is SATA - not PCIe.http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/laptop/f/3518/t/19992250
I have H61M-ITX board with 1 x PCI Express 3.0 x16 slot (blue @ x16 mode)
I wan to install there PCI Express x 4 card:
I made clean Win XP SP3 install + all MB drivers on top. After I inserted pcie x4 card and boot up. Win XP didn't detect the card (though leds on card are blinking from periodically)
I then tied LAN adapter I have to check if all is fine with MB. I took this one:
same behaviour - system doesn't see it but if I plug eth cable then leds on lan card blink.
please tell me what is wrong I do? I checked bios for anything related to PCIe and found nothing.
Have you tried updating your Intel chipset drivers? They can be found at Intel.com in the download center. They would have updates for the PCIe drivers and other assorted H61 chipset features.
I am planning to upgrade my video card. I saw this one from Nvidia. Geforce GTS 450. I checked the specs and i saw the "bus" and it says PCI-E 2.0 x 16. My motherboard(Asus P5G41T-MLX3) has PCIe x16. I also have researched that the PCIE is backward compatible meaning the GTS 450 is compatible with my mobo. Now, my question is, will my mobo which has pcie 1.1 only be a bottleneck for GTS 450? if so, what video will you recommend so i can play new games like need for speed shift 2 unleashed?
I don't think different versions would bottleneck that much that you could notice.. What are your system specs and what resolution are you willing to play it?http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/194921-pcie-2-0-video-card-pcie-1-1-slot.html
I'm strongly considering a P X WS MOBO for the - PCIe lanes it has available depending on who you are talking to I want to run a GPU an LSI Internal SATA SAS - i Gb s PCI-Express PCIe Card 2.0? PCIe 3.0 Graphics Running on RAID Controller Card a couple of TV tuners and a WiFi card Because of space constraints in the case the graphics card has to be kept down to a certain length to keep it from getting into the HDDs please don't suggest a larger case I just don't have room for it not to Running PCIe 3.0 Graphics Card on PCIe 2.0? mention I'm a handicapped senior citizenn and need to keep weight down as much as possible The card at the top of my list is a MSI R Twin Frozr GD OC Radeon HD GB -bit GDDR PCI Express x Even though the MOBO's PCIe x slots are rated for PCIe the most I Running PCIe 3.0 Graphics Card on PCIe 2.0? can get Running PCIe 3.0 Graphics Card on PCIe 2.0? on it is PCIe because the only CPUs available for the LDA socket on it the Sandy Bridge E CPUs will support only PCIe An Ivy Bridge E for the socket won't be available until later this year assuming Intel doesn't change their minds This PC will be used for office applications basic photo editing data storage my books music movies ripped from DVDs and BDs and personal reords web surfing listening to music and watching movies no gaming I'm too old and slow Although I'll initially just be running a single quot monitor x x and a quot TV I eventually want to replace the monitor with three quot monitors x Would this graphics card be able to handle that load without too much of a performance loss even though it is running on on PCIe x
PCIe 3.0 is still irrelevant at this point, there is simply no current card that can effectively make use of the full bandwidth of 2.0 let alone 3.0. It is overrated and offers no real life performance advantage over 2.0. Running any PCIe 3.0 card in a PCIe 2.0 slot will not affect performance, the benefits of PCIe3.0 are only visible while running intensive applications with a multi-GPU setup.http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/279645-running-pcie-3-0-graphics-card-pcie-2-0-a.html
Hello guys, i'm having a bit of trouble with my Sound Blaster Xfi Fatal1ty titanium, the issue is as follows:
There's a huge heat sink that prevents the card fitting properly into the single pcie x1 slot on my board, so what i rly would like to know is if it is possible to have it working on a pcie x4, risk free ofc. I've done a few searches on this forum and i've read it is possible but i rly want to be sure before doing anything. Another doubt i have is if i need to make any changes on my bios cuz i'm not sure if pcie x1 and pcie x4 slots work on the same power specs.
Thx to all in advance
If the card performs in a PCIe x4 slot, it should be ok... I don't think you will damage anything
If I buy a video card thats PCIe x16 2.0 and plug it into a PCIe x16 slot will the card run?
Here is something I recently found out I have tired this and it works You can use a PCIe x card or a PCIe x card in a PCIe x slot They work fine So if you think you are short of PCI-e slots you may not be A shorter PCIe card works fine in a longer slot On PCIe X X and X slots the first pins are card x1 Using PCIe slot x16 in a PCIe a all wired the same so as long Using a PCIe x1 card in a PCIe x16 slot as the PCI-Express card fits in the PCI-Express slot it should work This is not the case for the legacy PCI -bit non-express slots that are not PCI-Express Those are not compatable with PCIe cards Picture of assorted PCIe and PCI slots The top four slots in the picture above are from the top to bottom PCIe x slot PCIe x slot PCIe x slot and another PCIe x slot A PCIe card that can physically fit in any of these slots will work even if it doesn't fill the entire slot The bottom th slot is a PCI legacy -bit slot PCIe express cards will not work in this slot It only accepts legacy PCI cards Here is the PCI-Express page on Wikipedia showing pinouts etc PCI Express - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia YouTube Video showing PCIe X card in a PCIe X slot x x pci Cards Fit Into x pci-e Slot - YouTube Here are links to discussions on this subject at Tom's Hardware quot Can I install a PCI-e x Wireless network card in a PCI-e x slot quot http www tomshardware com answers -x -slot html http www tomshardware com forum - -card-slot http www tomshardware com answers -x -slot html
It's been like that since the beginning of PCIex !!!http://www.tenforums.com/pc-custom-builds-overclocking/21559-using-pcie-x1-card-pcie-x16-slot.html
im planning to get an external GPU, im just wondering,
which should i get pcie adapter or pcie mini adapter?
which is commonly used?
actually im not sure about what im asking on this thread, can anybody explain if i got it all wrong?
Could the "mini" actually be a "low profile" card? Slim design cases (also called compact cases) will not accept standard height cards and must use the "low profile" type.http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/296607-what-difference-between-pcie-pcie-mini.html
i want to try and crossfire two ati radeon 5770 cards on a MOBO the has one PCIe 2.0 and one PCIe 1.0 will both cards default to 1.0
You might need to be more specific.
I don't think I've heard of a motherboard that natively takes a 2.0 spec lane (500MB/sec upload/dl per lane) and splits it to 1.0 (250MB/sec upload/dl per lane) - that is usually the function of an onboard bridge chip (or lane extender) such as Nvidia's NF200.
Now, taking your comments at face value -although if you could post the motherboard vendor/model it would certainly help- then it is likely that the PCI-E lanes would be 1.0 spec.
The bright side is that, the HD5770 doesn't use enough bandwidth to make any difference whether the lanes are 1.0 or 2.0 (or 3.0 -soon to be added), unless the slot is labelled PCIe x16 but is actually x4 electrical (or lower).
Are there both PCIe x16 and PCIe x16 2.0 cards/slots out there ? If so will a PCIe x16 2.0 work ok in an regular PCIe x16 ?
Most newer cards are PCIe x16 2.0 & 2.1
PCIe x16 2.0 is backwards compatible with PCIe x16
Graphic cards and motherboards designed for v2.0 will be able to work with v1.1 and v1.0
Hi All First time making a new thread here so im sorry if i do something wrong OK i built this rig two years ago here some of the specs CPU AMD ghz Motherboard Asus M n deluxe WiFi Ram gb PCIe or PCIe a video new 2 1.0 and card mhz ddr Video card XFX xt i know had to make do so as you can see i need a new video card I play games like cod PCIe 1.0 or PCIe 2 and a new video card left dead Crysis warhead and GTA IV and i like these game in the highest video settings i can have I play at a res of x The GPU i would go for is a gtx or a GTX Core So the problem im facing is would my motherboard having PCIe slow the card down gtx GTX Core or and work If it would slow down the card i would upgrade the motherboard could you tell me a model Thanks Offbow BTW im not a very good speller so im sorry for that nbsp PCIe 1.0 or PCIe 2 and a new video card
Hello , Maybe its a stupid question I recieved a Z600 desktop pc .2x Intel® Xeon® Processor E5606 4C 2.13 GHz, 80W, 8M cache,4.80 GT/s QPI, DDR3 1066MHzQuadro 4000And 8 gb ram I know i will not be able to run the latest games with those specs . But what if i would install for example 2x x5570 toghether with gpu gtx 750 or 760. Would i be able to play games like dark souls 3 , battlefield 4 , .... Is it still worth to put some little money in it , max 150euro ? Its just that i watched this video on youtube and he is able to play the witcher 3 ultra settings .https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8LfW366E9fw
That is still a great workstation, and you can upgrade it nicely. Read this entire thread, and be happy you have been gifted a "revision 1" motherboard that has higher capabilities than the original motherboard. Link is here. http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/CPU-Upgrades/td-p/5... Google Z600 QuickSpecs, and the top one will be about version 7 but the next one will be about version 51. Those reflect the original versus revision 1 motherboard. The SSD I recommended in the above thread is the one to get. A fresh W7Pro64 is the way to go. You can upgrade processors, but if the Max TDP for the one(s) you want is over 95W then you need to make sure you have a "Perfomance" heatsink/fan over it. The search bar in this forum directs to this forum only. You'll need to spend some time. Note that you should only install a processor from the list in the QuickSpecs later versions to max out your performance, though you can use the older ones too. These are still new enough and in demand..... two fastest "revision 1" category processors will not be cheap even used off eBay.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z600/td-p/5590293
I just finished setting up my new to me Z with x E CPUs and gb of ram the ad said gb but it actually had x gb and x gb nbsp nbsp I have done some reaseach on this forum already and I got lucky with the later version of the motherboard I have gb of ram on the way and Z600 me to New plan to explore CPU upgrades New to me Z600 as funds allow nbsp nbsp Couple of things I am wondering about at this point nbsp nbsp The power button LED does not seem to light up I New to me Z600 saw refernce to this issue somewhere and they maybe burnt out Unless there is a BIOS setting I am missing this seems like the only plausable cause The machine seems to work as it should nbsp I am missing the top trim grill and the rear handle I think it was mounted in a rack Its a minnor thing but I'd like to replace if I can I have come up with P N nbsp - is this correct I found one on ebay with a suspect picture does anyone know of any other sources I have searchedhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/New-to-me-Z600/td-p/5788493
I have the following HP Z and I want to upgrade the CPU from the Z600 upgrade CPU current Intel Xeon E nbsp to E E or X processors The two basic questions I have nbsp are nbsp Is nbsp that possible If so what exactly do I have to do Implicit in those two questions are nbsp Will the chipsets on the motherboard will support the newer processors Will the current heatsinks for the E CPUs work or will it be necessary to replace them Thanks nbsp Bob nbsp ------------------------------------------------------------- nbsp ComputerModel HP Z Workstation C XSerial Number UA Chassis HP Mini TowerMainboard HP AE Z600 CPU upgrade hSerial Number UA BIOS HP G v NUMA Support Z600 CPU upgrade Unit s Total Memory GB ECC DIMM DDR nbsp Z600 CPU upgrade ProcessorsProcessor Intel R Xeon R CPU nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp E nbsp GHz C GHz GHz GHz IMC x kB L MB L Processor Intel R Xeon R CPU nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp E nbsp GHz C GHz GHz GHz IMC x kB L MB L Socket Slot FC LGA nbsp ChipsetMemory Controller HP Tylersburg- D I O Hub x GHz GHz Memory Controller HP Xeon Nehalem UnCore x GHz GHz x GB ECC DIMM DDR GHz -bitMemory Controller HP Xeon Nehalem UnCore x GHz GHz x GB ECC DIMM DDR GHz -bit nbsp Memory Module s Memory Module Freescale Motorola KSF AZ- G K GB DIMM DDR PC - U DDR - Memory Module Freescale Motorola KSF AZ- G K GB DIMM DDR PC - U DDR - Memory Module Freescale Motorola KSF AZ- G K GB DIMM DDR PC - U DDR - Memory Module Freescale Motorola KSF AZ- G K GB DIMM DDR PC - U DDR - Memory Module Freescale Motorola KSF AZ- G K GB DIMM DDR PC - U DDR - Memory Module Freescale Motorola KSF AZ- G K GB DIMM DDR PC - U DDR - nbsp Video Adapter ASUS R X Series CU SP SM GHz GB DDR GHz -bit PCIe x nbsp Graphics ProcessorOpenCL GP Processor ASUS R X Series SP C GHz GB DDR GHz -bit Compute Shader Processor ASUS R X Series SP C GHz GB DDR GHz -bit nbsp Storage DevicesGB C GB SATA MB Cache GB CWDC WD FAEX- BA TB SATA rpm TB E F G HWDC WD FAEX- BA TB SATA rpm TB D IASUS nbsp nbsp nbsp BW- D HT SATA BD-RE DVD -RW CD-RW MB Cache N A Z nbsp Operating SystemWindows System Microsoft Windows Ultimate Service Pack Platform Compliance x nbsp Solved View Solution
Bob, Correct Prefix of these processors is (x5650, x5660 and X5675) Model No Part No x5650 WG731AA x5660 WG732AA X5675 LB215AA I have also mentioned technical information below what these prefix's means, Letter Prefix:X = PerformanceE = Mainstream (rack mount)L = Power OptimizedW = Workstation for up to 2 processors per motherboard. The letters also refer to the power consumption figures of the CPUs in question. Note that the numbers associated with the letters are for the "Nehalem"-based Xeon family and older Xeons that use the letter designations have different TDP values associated with the letters. L = Thermal design power (expected power draw with a 100% CPU load running normal software) of 60 watts or less. These are the "low voltage" chips. E = TDP of 80 watts. Intel refers to the Xeon 5500/5600s with this letter prefix as the "basic" line and as a result, the idle power draw on these chips is frequently worse than any of the other series of chips, despite the other chips possibly having a higher full-load power draw. X = TDP of 95 watts. These are the "premium" mainstream chips as their TDP is not so excessive that they are difficult to cool in a rack server, yet their idle power consumption is far lower than the E-series chips. W = TDP of 130 watts and higher. These are the fastest, hottest Xeons made and they are designed to be used in workstations and pedestal servers with better cooling than an average 1U or 2U rack server. ========================================================Although I am an HP employee, I am speaking for myself and not for HP.========================================================**Click the KUDOS star on the left to say 'Thanks'**http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z600-CPU-upgrade/td-p/5053635
i've got a new to me z600 workstation. Looking to upgrade it for video editing. Currently it's running windows XP pro, looking to upgrade that. Currently it has a X5550 chipset( single) 3gb ramCurrently it's running dual 160gb hd's Looking to upgrade the CPU's dual processors, largest possible. and max out ram (24gb) What should I use?Hard drive, looking to install a SSD Any help is appreciated
I am working on a Z600 project right now, so this is timely. You will need to use the search box on this page upper left area, which searches this forum only. 1. First step is to see if you have an original motherboard or the later "revision 1" motherboard. Best way to tell is if you look up the boot block date in BIOS, under the first tab. The boot block date tells you if you have original or revision 1 most easily. 2. Assuming it is the better later motherboard, then you need to find the latest Z600 QuickSpecs.... its in the 50s, maybe 51 or 58. From that you can look at the HP supported processors. Your memory should be the faster 1333 type but most of those processors listed there run slower than that. 3 run at the faster speed which will let your memory run faster too. You can choose from those 3 for the best heavy lifting. Note that the fastest quad core is faster than the fastest hexacore. So, if you want raw speed I'd bet the quad core would serve you well. If you want 12 rather than 8 total cores then go with the fastest hexacore. I use the Noctua thermal paste. We have had good success with used processors off eBay for these types of workstation upgrades. 3. You'll want 2 processors, and you'll want to match to the heatsink/fan you already have. 4. I believe you don't need a "performance" heatsink for 95 watt processor.... the motherboard wants one for processors that are over 95 watts, from my reading. There is a way to spoof a motherboard into thinking it has a performance heatsink attached when it only is a mainstream, by the way. 5. SSDs.... I have been very pleased with the Intel 320 series 300GB SSD that you can get off eBay. We use a lot of those.... rock solid, and the Intel Toolbox is great for tuning it. That workstation is a SATA Gen II one, and HP warns against using SATA Gen III HDDs in those unless they are sourced from HP (assume special HP firmware applied). We have not seen a comment from HP on whether this rule holds also for SSDs, but I am assuming so. Hence, I choose to use that particular SSD, and also have used HP-sourced Gen III SSDs in our SATA Gen II workstations with zero problems. The Intel 320 series SSD is a SATA Gen II drive with enterprise features, and has served us very well. Even used off eBay they almost always have had 100% life left in them. I update their firmware as needed via the Intel Toolbox. 6. We use W7Pro64 mostly, but I have been pleased with the W10Pro64 OS. You can upgrade to W10Pro64 for free at this time, so I have been "W10 activating" all my xw and Z workstations and having that ready for the future, but still mainly running them with W7Pro64. Once your box is W10 activated you can install W10 anytime later. You certainly want a 64 bit OS. 7. You need a second processor to take advantage of the second set of 3 memory slots..... ideally you'll run with 6 x 1GB, 6 x 2GB, or 6 x 4GB. The sweet spot for $/GB is with the 2GB sticks. Having them all the same size gets you a speed benefit too.... Look at official HP sticks for that on eBay and you also can find the same codes from other vendors such as Dell. I consider the HP sticks the best because they have been "binned" for quality. 8. HP just came out with a new BIOS for the Z600. It is best to update BIOS from within BIOS. I have gathered best HP driver sets for W7Pro64 from later HP workstation sources and they load fine on the Z600, but for W10 I've been using what comes from the autoload from MS. 9. I like to add in a quality eSATA backplane adapter to the bottom opening for fast backup and Acronis image captures. I also like to add one of the TI-based HP USB3 cards into the top PCIe slot, and am working on a nice use of that ... Read morehttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/z600-upgrades-CPU-HD/td-p/5604870
Hi everyone nbsp I've got a couple questions im not a very tech savy person so I tried to research as C2 for Z600 Upgrade much as I could nbsp st Question nbsp I would like to upgrade my z ram to gb which I read is the max amount of ram I can have also read that needs to be ECC Registered memory so I found this and I would like to know if it's the right option nbsp http www ebay com itm Server-RAM- GB- x- GB-PC - R-ECC-Registered- MHz- - v- Upgrade for Z600 C2 pin-Memory- nbsp nd Question nbsp Im interested in getting an USB pcie card but since this computer has been out for quite a long time im not sure if the card is compatible as I read thunderbolt cards are not compatible so this is the next best thing I found nbsp http www ebay com itm nbsp I would really appreciate any help I can get nbsp Thanks in advance and excuse my english not a native speaker
Heya there, this link might answer your 2nd question http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/PCIe-SSD/td-p/55733...http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Upgrade-for-Z600-C2/td-p/5484111
Hello nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp I have a HP Z and love the machine nbsp It currently has nbsp nbsp Dual Xeon E Ghz nbsp Processors can HP V1.0 I Z600 Mobo do? with What - GB Ram nbsp Evga Geforce SC nbsp Lately I have been gaming a little on the machine because of the HP Z600 - with V1.0 Mobo What can I do? card I have installed nbsp However I am noticing slight performance issues with the machine nbsp I am assuming the processors at this point nbsp DUe HP Z600 - with V1.0 Mobo What can I do? to the fact all spec testing coming back and saying the processors are the minimum requirement's nbsp for allot nbsp of the games nbsp BF GTA Doom nbsp Don't get me wrong nbsp Doom plays amazing on this machine on nightmare ultra settings on a screen nbsp However there is some slight shuttering and hiccups here and there nbsp I have read so many different answers to this question and hope I can get a more direct answer nbsp With a Z V HP Z600 - with V1.0 Mobo What can I do? motherboard what are my faster Xeon processor options nbsp nbsp I would like an X however my understanding is that may not be a possibility nbsp with my older MB I have something like V bios software installed nbsp Or am I looking at a processor like the X nbsp nbsp Thank you for the input nbsp nbsp nbsphttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/HP-Z600-with-V1-0-Mobo-What-can-I-do/td-p/5769174
Xin chào. Em có con z600 ver 1.01 không ch?y ???c chíp e5620. Xin anh chi giúp ?? cho em.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z600-kh%C3%B4ng-ch%E1%BA%A1y-%C4%91%C6%B0%E1%BB%A3c-E5620/td-p/5663057
So im trying to upgrade to 2 X5650s but it wont boot. I updated the bios to 3.57 and at least the 2 80mm fans dont go crazy but still no boot. The manuals online say its compatible. Thanks for any help Model Z600 (FW863AV)Z600B/ZC2.66+/L160/W4.0/295+a/p
What is your boot block date, from BIOS?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z600-X5650-upgrade/td-p/5532857
I would like to know if the Z600 will support the 3.1 USB adapter card and if so, what do I need for an installation?
Agree.... that card should work in a Z600, but will it work to the USB 3.1 10Gbps speed standard? No. The HP Z600 workstation has no PCIe generation 3 slots. It has 3 PCIe Gen2 slots, 1 PCIe Gen1 slot, and 2 PCI slots. Below is a link to the HP page describing the Z600's slots: http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c01719695 Here is a note from StarTech regarding their card's speeds, emphasis added: "The maximum throughput of this card is limited by the bus interface. PCI Express Gen 1.0 max throughput is 2.5Gbps. PCI Express Gen 2.0 max throughput is 5Gbps. PCI Express Gen 3.0 max throughput is 10Gbps. The available bandwidth (10Gbps) is shared equally between the two ports." These USB 3.0/USB 3.1 PCIe cards generally need power supplementation.... the +5VDC they need does not come up from the slot, but it is easy to find a 4-wire "molex" peripheral-to-SATA power adapter which can provide you the higher wattage 5VDC they need to meet potential power draws (versus what USB 2.0 needs). All this info came from research figuring out how to add the Texas Instruments based HP USB 3.0 card to our xw6600 workstations, which have 2 PCIe Gen2 slots (the rest are Gen1). Z620 gives you some PCIe Gen3 slots.... slots 2,4 and 5. Here's the Z600 slots diagram:http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Usb-3-1-adapter-in-a-Z600-workstation/td-p/5693335
Hello guys,I bought a used hp z600 six month ago and it works perfectly so far. However, i realized that the blue led of the power button doesnt work and has never been on in my machine. I wonder if there are software or hardware solutions to make it work again ? Bios options or cable fiddling ? Thanks in advancehttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z600-No-blue-power-led/td-p/5590330
I have this product but after updating my computer to W7 ı have a problem with it. The original cd refers to Xp , 2000, 98 but now for W7 it says " it ' s not suitable for your system.
I ' m looking forwart to hearing news from you
Here is the Windows Vista Driver if you want to attempt to use it.
Lexmark - United States
Also as far as a Windows 7 driver here is what I saw on their website:
Cannot find MS Windows 7 printer driver; Unable to locate driver
Lexmark is in the process of preparing for the launch of the new Microsoft Windows 7 operating system.Driver Availability
In the weeks leading to consumer launch of Microsoft Windows 7, Lexmark will publish the type of support expected and the timeframe in which drivers will be available. Lexmark is currently finalizing Windows 7 support for a variety of its existing products. The list of products which will have Windows 7 support at launch is available in the links below. Windows 7 Business Products
Windows 7 Home Office and SMB Products
Operating System Driver Support
Some printer models will have native easy-to-install printer drivers embedded in the operating system's driver library. Lexmark is providing a wide variety of printer drivers to be included with Microsoft Windows 7.Driver Delivery
Drivers will be available for download from support.lexmark.com , and recently released printers may have the Microsoft Windows 7 driver available on the Software and Documentation CD provided in the box with the device, or a combination of both driver delivery methods will be available.Future Products
Starting in 2010, all new products will ship with Windows 7 support.
I have just upgraded to windows 7 (from Vista) and now I can't print. I have a Lexmark Z600 and although I did have problems getting the driver loaded & working with Vista, it did finally work. After upgrading to windows 7, I reloaded the printer driver to no avail. I even deleted it and went out and found the latest driver available for my printer and still no help. Any ideas ?
I gave up trying with my X74 All-in-one in the end.
Lexmark website was very definite XP was last driver release.
I never had vista.
Bought Canon MP 250 All-in-One then from Argos at £34.99 which I am very happy with. Although I dont do an awful lot of printing.
And mostly convert colour web pages to print in Grayscale.
(to save on colour cartridges)
The printer is quite noisy at start of printing as it resets heads and loads a page of paper, but quiet enough during printing.
Hey there! I got a later spec Z600 WS here that came with dual X5650 (TDP 95W).I made a good deal and got two X5680 (TDP 130W), and tryed to install those to the WS.System tells me, that the CPU installed needs too much power, and the System got halted. Is it a Problem with the Heatsink, because of the fact, it is to small (for TDP <95W), or is itrealy the mainboard, that just can't take the X5680 Xeons?I googled a lot and found some Z600 running on those CPUs, so what's the deal? I already tryed to bridge Pin 1 and 5 of the Heatsink-Fan Connector to simulate a Performance Heatsink,just to test if it would boot, but that did'nt work.
First, I don't see your new processor type listed in the latest QuickSpec for the Z600 I looked up this morning..... version 51, which lists your current X5650 but not the X5680. There is a hot X5647 listed (at 130W max TDP) but the other higher performance processors are all 95W. So, there must have been a 130W cooling option for the Z600, and I'd presume it is the same as used for the Z800 (see below). Also, the Z600 must be able to provide 130W to each of its two processor sockets. I checked with the Z800 QuickSpecs (v56) and don't see the X5680 listed there either. The latest QuickSpecs, however, often do not list all processors that were listed previously. The now-unlisted ones will still work, and you can go back through the HP QuickSpec archives for your Z600 to see if the X5680 was ever officially listed. If it was then it surely should work. A HP engineer I trust fully has let me know that there are some cases in which a processor that was never officially listed will work. Let's just say that will be a rare exception. Maybe you have found one of those processors? The X5680 processor has only one sSpec code, SLBV5, and can be bought new now from Intel for $1663.00 each. On eBay you can buy that processor today for about $200.00 each, USD, used. It is encouraging that you can get to the point of boot that the motherboard rejects your heatsink/fan combination, because my experience with truly non-listed processors is that they won't even get to that level. Flat zero progression into boot. So, I'd buy one of the "Performance" heatsink/fans from eBay, and the Alan guys there have almost 450 in stock at a fair price, new. That is a US source, and I have bought from them in the past many times, with never a problem. Buy one for about $50 and test with that and a single X5680 in place. The wiring trick..... that jumper wire should work if HP is using the same motherboard sensing method for detecting presence of a performance heatsink/fan as was used in the xw8600, but who knows? This performance boost is worth spending $50.00 more on at this stage of the game to get an official Performance heatsink/fan to experiment with. For example, perhaps HP added to the motherboard the ability to detect the larger 92x92x15mm heatsink fan rather than the regular heatsink's 80x80x15mm fan. Take a look at this link, for more details on the Performance heatsink/fan that I believe you need. Those have been available on eBay for a fair price, new and you can find that via searching for part numbers 463991-001 and 535588-001: Z800 Performance heatsink larger fan Here's a picture of the performance heatsink/larger fan for the Z800, and likely exactly what you need for your Z600 project. All my references indicate these are identical, but the Z400 performance fan is different. Note how this heatsink/fan is shifted leftward on its mounting plate, when viewed from front (the fan side). The Z400 performance heatsink/fan is not shifted leftwards because it is a single socket motherboard and has a fair amount of room around it on both right and left sides. Thus, the performance Z400 heatsink/fan will not fit on the primary socket of a Z600 but this one below will. The performance Z400 heatsink/fan will however fit on the secondary socket of a Z600 with a little bending down of its rear air deflector plate at its bottom. You can see pictures of that Z400 performance heatsink/fan elsewhere in the forum. I'd make sure you have the latest BIOS installed, and also confirm in BIOS that you have the latest revision of the motherboard by checking the boot block date. It sounds like you'll have already done all that. If one of those X5680 processors works then the other will ... Read morehttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z600-with-dual-X5680-CPU/td-p/5082965
Hi, Description explains it all, I've been thinking of replacing my current HDD for a SSD. I haven't done much researching on this myself but thought I would check here just encase there's any known issues/pit falls with installing a ssd into z600 workstation, I will be looking at adding a 1TB ssd. 1. Installing hardware? the z600 3.5 inch caddy wouldn't house an SSD, do HP sell brackets which will fit the z600 ? 2. Compatibility with the workstation? are there types of SSD which are best suited for z600 workstations? 3. Installing and set up? is it as straight forward as plugging in the SSD via SATA cable and installing the OS? Any Bios tweaks? Any info would be appreciated, Griff
Installed a Samsung Evo 500gb SATA III into my z600..and it works perfectly. Installed it last week and have been installing programs and having general use from it with no problems. I wanted to test it properly before posting a response. It could be possible that i experience issues with it later, but I would of thought that if it had any issues I would know about it by now. My SSD reads at 282 MB/s and writes at 270 MB/s - Random Read 51612 (IOPS) Random Write (IOPS) 47395. Being a SATA II gen workstation its not reaching the SSD's full potential at 540/520 Mb/s read write but from what I've read you wouldn't even notice the difference its so fast.. and I agree CC suite, mozilla, (haven't installed 3dsmax yet) all boot in seconds compared to minutes on old HDD. Just to note I didn't use a HP recovery disk to reinstall OS. I used an official windows 7 .iso and booted from USB (even though it some has some useful things, i didn't want HP bloatware) Drivers installed perfectly without a hitch. Windows serial on bottom of tower 1. Installing hardware? the z600 3.5 inch caddy wouldn't house an SSD, do HP sell brackets which will fit the z600 ?" Via Scott's comments, look for the 'needs-tool' version in the post's above, mine cost £8.50 and takes all of 5 seconds to fit the ssd to the z600. I wouldn't sugguest buying the tool-less version.. unless you have no hands and lots of money." 2. Compatibility with the workstation? are there types of SSD which are best suited for z600 workstations?"Yes they're HP approved SSDs detailed in the post's above, but I've had no issue with consumer grade SSD, but you roll the dice with which brand. The Samsung EVO 500gb, no problems. You can use SATA III ssd's but you can get issues as warned by HP as their firmware doesn't support some types (so basically if it doesn't work they wont help you) ". 3. Installing and set up? is it as straight forward as plugging in the SSD via SATA cable and installing the OS? Any Bios tweaks?"Make sure your BIOS is set to RAID+AHCI (Mine was already setup like this). I used the samsung magician tool after install and it will say that your PC is not set to AHCI, but i just ignore it. As long as BIO's and firmware are up to date you will be fine. Use a blindmate formfactor to install the ssd (see above posts). Make sure you get the latest firmware on a usb before you install SSD, it should be the first thing to check after installing the SSD. You don't need to change SATA cables from II to III as the cables are backwards compatible.. either way having a SATA III in a z600 will just limit you to SATA II speeds (which compared to a normal HDD are ridiculously quick). Just plug-in and install OS. It may be worth reading up on SSD optimistation, the samsung magician advises some things to do but not all neccessary, its either lifespan over performance.. defintely worth reading up on, if this is your first SSD as it was for me." Hands down best upgrade i've done to my workstation, and very simple to do. I'm glad I waited for better support and for the cost to go down on SSD's before using them. Want to say a big thanks to Scott Harrison for his help on this subject. I pestered him lots but have really appreciated his guidance! cheers Scott and anyone else who posted help. Enjoy your SSD, I will. Griffhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/installing-a-SSD-into-Z600-Workstation/td-p/5081717
Hi,I would like to know if I can install a Geforce GTX 1080 in a z600 workstation?My power supply is 650W so that seems to be enough. I have 2 * 6 pin connector so I guess I can add an adapter to 8 pin. Would this work? Thanks.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/HP-Z600-amp-Geforce-GTX-1080/td-p/5846991
I have 2 workstations Z800 that I need to upgrade with USB 3.0. I need to find a PCIe-card with power connectors to fit the 2x3 pole free cabels/connectors in the PC. I have found a lot of cards but they all have the 4-pole Molex connector. Can anyone help me? TIA/Tomas
Thomas, Here's the deal. The Z600/Z800 did not have USB3.0 built into the motherboard; Z620, etc. does. HP came out with two plug-in PCIe cards for those earlier Zs to provide USB3.0. You don't want the first version of the card (based on NEC/Renasus controller), with only 2 total USB3.0 outputs, on the card's backplane. You do want the later version of the card, based on a Texas Instruments controller with "2x2" output for 4 total; two on the backplane and two internal. That TI based card uses the same drivers as for the current Z workstations...... the TI chip is on the motherboard now but same drivers work. Here is the card.... you don't need to use that little USB3 to USB2 adapter, which plugs into the card's internal header. Read on for how you can use that internal header instead. http://www8.hp.com/us/en/products/oas/product-detail.html?oid=5153603 Power: The two versions of the cards both need +5VDC power from the power supply. +5VDC does not come up from a PCIe slot. Some other cards up- or down-regulate other slot voltages to 5V, but not this one. I like this approach best. Don't install drivers until the card is plugged in and the proper power is supplied to the card. You can see from the link above that HP provides an adapter to pull power from a standard SATA power cable, but there are also 4-pin Molex to SATA adapters that can feed the card, and I even have driven the TI version of the card off of a floppy power feed-to-SATA adapter as an experiment. Because 4 USB3.0 ports used simultaneously could draw a good bit of power the floppy power source idea is not a great idea for the long haul. I'm sure you can get all kinds of power adapters, but I'd stick with what HP provides in that kit. The kit part will work great. My adapters needed some adapting themselves due to the odd way the SATA power port is attached to the card. It can be done but I needed to do some fiddling to use non-provided cables. Again, don't try to run this or load drivers without the proper power feed in place first. Now, about that set of two internal USB3.0 ports. They are in the form of a "2 x 5 header" with 9 total pins at the TI card's rear end, and that other port you see facing upwards is the SATA type of power cable feed into the card. The dual port USB 3.0 header allows running a dual cable forward to the front of the computer where you can site a two port floppy bay USB3.0 device. The best I have ever found is from Akasa, and I have this running in my favorite xw6600. It is very high build quality, and has a long enough cable set to reach the card easily: http://www.akasa.com.tw/search.php?seed=AK-HDA-06BK Hunt around for that model number with google and you'll find some pics showing the built-in long cable leaving the device with the proper header plug at its end to mate with the card header. I wish Akasa had the length specified, but for me I had to coil up some of the cable and zip tie it inside the device because it was significantly more than I needed for my xw6600 build. It will be more than enough for your Z800 if you choose to use that. The two USB3.0 ports are offset to the right, as you see, and that puts them near the middle of the front face of the workstation. I don't use the 2.5" drive mounting capacity of that adapter (other than for the cable being coiled up in it) but it puts the floppy bay area to very good use. That is a nice solid brushed black aluminum front face and the sides are strong sheet metal. The whole unit is sturdy and looks great. Finally, speed...... you want that card plugged into a fast PCIe slot. For my xw6600 both PCIe x16 slots are PCIe type 2.... That has the bandwidth to match or beat USB3.0 capabilities. For that build my video card is in the top PCIe x16 and the USB3.0 card... Read morehttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/USB-3-0-for-Z800/td-p/5066733
Bonjour, I'm running actual my Z800 under W7 ultimate / 48gig / 512ssd and I have 2 disk raid (1) and I have the latest bios for the Z800. The software to verify my raid is Intel Rst_Raid and a service is running in background for the raid. So , my questions can I upgrade my Z800 and using and have the Intel product for my raid or I have to used a different products ?? If it's the case, whitch product should I used ??? Merci,Thanks Yvonhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/Z800/td-p/5680108
I have a problem during installation,
after windows copies setup files and right before the beginning of the installation wizard, a color test striped pattern (Red, Green, Blue, Gray) keeps blinking and the installation STOPS.
Any suggestions ?!
Where did you get the Ultimate install dvd from, sounds bad.
Just reboot, see if the install will finish.
Ladies, gents, I recently got a refurbished Z600 workstation and immediately noticed that the chipset fan is always running at approx. 2,500 rpm, even right after a cold boot and when idling. I can't image that this is normal - all the temperatures are fine, so I see no reason for the fan to spin this high. I know that it is a small fan which needs the high rpm to create sufficient air flow, but 2,500 rpm seems excessive. Has anybody experienced this before? Is this in fact the normal idle speed for the chipset fan (as the seller's customer service wants to make me believe)?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Z600-Chipset-Fan-Always-Running-on-High-RPM/td-p/5592042
I wish to find a suitable cooler for my HP Z600.The original part it is no longer available.In fact I wish to change both of them, the original one it is already 5 years old.So if you have some experience , maybe you can help me.Bolt connection it is a square 80 mm.The spring bolt a 3mm?The original cooler has a height of 95mmThe space to insert the cooler, betwen socket 0 and 1, it is also different.From my point of view even U3 cooler it is too big.
Try eBay: http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2050601.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.Xz600+heat+sink.TRS... /Rogerhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Cooler-Xeon-5500-HP-Z600/td-p/5145718
We have a number of HP Z600 workstations that were upgraded with additional memory. After rebooting the system reports:207-Incompatible DIMMs detected slot CPU1 DIMM1203-Memory module failed self-test and the failing rank was disabled slot CPU1 DIMM1.The BIOS indicates DIMM1 as ERRDiagnostics show the memory module at the correct size and speed but its part number does not fully populate.When the DIMM is removed the system still reports the 203/207 error.I have tried to update the BIOS with the latest version, apply default setup and clear CMOS but the device still reports an error with DIMM1 (populated or unpopulated). All other DIMMs work fine.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/HP-Z600-Workstation-203-207-Memory-Fault/td-p/5829718
Hello there nbsp i'm happy user of HP Z with quadro inside right now i'm changing the way i work with d - by doing more and more graphic card Z600 HP upgrade real time d rendering using Graphic card power via the octane render software solution HP Z600 graphic card upgrade i plan to upgrade my GC i got solutions and questions about each one nbsp solution nbsp the existing quadro nbsp a new quadro using SLIQUESTION does SLI works with quadro in a HP Z nbsp solution nbsp the existing quadro nbsp a new quadro QUESTION does the HP Z support differents cards nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp does the quadro can be sloted inside a HP Z i think the quadro has a larger size nbsp solution nbsp the existing quadro nbsp a Geforce GTX TITANQUESTION does the HP Z support differents cards nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp does the Geforce GTX TITAN nbsp can be sloted inside a HP Z i think the Geforce GTX TITAN nbsp has a larger size nbsp thanks
The Z600 QuickSpecs indicates you can only have a single high end graphics card in the Z600. That is either one Quadro 4000 (142W) card or one Quadro 5000 (152W) card or one FirePro V7900 (<150W) card can be installed in the Z600. However, you can have two Quadro 2000 (62W) cards or two FirePro V5800 (74W) cards or two FirePro V5900 (<75W) cards in the system as this is supported (not that this will help with your graphics processing needs). The Z600 Maintenance and Services Guide also states you can have one 150W graphics card in either PCIe slot 2 or 4 (leaving the adjacent slot empty) OR you can have 2 75W graphics cards in PCIe slot 2 and 4. So SLI or crossfire is not a supported configuration with high end 3D cards due, in part to the 650W 80% efficient HP proprietary PSU used in the Z600 (which can't supply the needed power) and in part to the lack of system cooling validation for these more powerful 'heaters'. And as the HP PSU is a proprietary design, it is not a simple swap to an of the shelf standard ATX supply. Some cabling modifications would be needed and it still may not mechanically fit or work (as others have experienced no boot issues when attempting to use a modified standard ATX swap in their HP workstation - some have even damaged their system board so be warned). As for mixing cards in SLI configuration, IIRC, Nvidia allows mixing cards from the same family. So, presumably a Q4000 & Q5000 would work as would a GeForce 760 with a Titan, should the PSU have supported the load (which it doesn't). Mixing Q4000 with GeForce Titan in SLI configuration will fail as they would be considered a different family. And you can't use a Quadro driver with a GeForce card or a GeForce driver with Quadro card which creates a driver issue if you try such SLI mixes. So you may need to buy a more capable system (or do some development work to find a more powerful HP PSU you can fit into the Z600 or instead modify a standard ATX PSU to fit and resolve any issues this creates while also modifying the Z600 chassis cooling system to better cope with the extra heat). Good luck. [edited to add underlined text]http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/HP-Z600-graphic-card-upgrade/td-p/5054360
Should this card work in my Z800? HP Workstation Z800 48GB RAM 2TB HDD 2x Xeon Quad Core E5620 2.4GHz Quadro Win 7 http://www.inateck.com/pci-e-to-usb-3-0-cards/inateck-kt4005-4-port-usb-3-0-pci-express-card-no-addi...http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z800-USB-3-0-upgrade/td-p/5808240
Hi,I'm having an issue with my Z800. I noticed that it had shutdown on its own so I tried to reboot it. When I push the power button I can hear a click and then I get four beeps which repeat. Thinking this might mean the power source had died I tried replacing the power source but the same thing was still happening. I then cleared the cmos using the cmos reset button hoping this might help but it seems to of made matters worse. It now beeps as soon as I plug the power cord in. The beeps now seem random though.Any suggestions?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Boot-and-Lockup/Z800-not-booting/td-p/5847948
Hi all I recently bought a nbsp Z HP Workstation GB TB x Xeon Quad Core X GHz Cores that came with Windows nbsp Pro nbsp I deleted the Windows and installed Ubuntu and it is working nicely so far I will primarily be using this desktop for bioinformatic work SSD Z800 upgrade CPU and such as genomes and transcriptome Z800 CPU upgrade and SSD analysis nbsp I love my experience with the Z however I have experienced some issues such as it had crashed a couple of times Twice when I was returning from suspended mode nbsp it is somewhat slow to boot and to start the system and although I have installed preload apps nbsp in it it still lags to load apps some apps such as FileZilla google chrome etc Because all that I have decided to upgrade my Z and I would love to get some feedback from the community and get the most out of this awesome machine nbsp First I have bought a SanDisk SSD Plus GB to run my OS in this case Ubuntu It is taking min s to load Ubuntu and I believe the SSD can help me with that and probably maker faster to open apps etc Not so sure about SSD bay adapter Which one is the best for the Z nbsp Second I am planning to buy nbsp Intel Xeon E Processor SLBYL nbsp GHz CPU I have compared my X with the X in some websites over the internet and it looks like the difference is not impressive but it has a great cost-benefit compared to the X 's nbsp What do you guys think about my upgrade I am not so well versed in hardware and I would appreciate any help I can get nbsp Thank you in advance nbsp
Cord. I do not have any specific answers for you just some information. Intel® Xeon® Processor E5620 # of Cores4# of Threads8 http://ark.intel.com/products/47925/Intel-Xeon-Processor-E5620-12M-Cache-2_40-GHz-5_86-GTs-Intel-QPI CPU upgrades. http://www.cpu-upgrade.com/CPUs/Intel/Xeon/E5620.html Make note of the "Upgrade Chance". REOhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z800-CPU-upgrade-and-SSD/td-p/5652138
HiI want install gtx 780 ti in my hp z800 workstations its possible ? The card graphic max power is 250WThank youhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Hp-z800-with-gtx-780ti-its-possible/td-p/5737526
Dear all, I hope you can help me in the RAM upgrading of my workstation Z800. The product serial: SL530UCThe motherboard reference: 591182-001CPU: Intel Xeon X5660 . Two CPUs are intalled.The installed memory: CRUCIAL CT51272BD 1339.18 FMR - 4GB 2Rx8 PC3L-10600E-9-11-E3, CL9 (ECC, DUAL RANK & UNBUFFERED). There are 24 GB installed (6 x 4GB). I'd like to know if this RAM is compatible with my current installation: Kingston 8GB 1333MHz DDR3 2Rx8 1Gx72-Bit PC3-10600 CL9 240-Pin ECC DIMM 1.5v (unbuffered), referenced at Kingston (KVR1333D3E9S/8G). I'd like to install 6 modules of this RAM, in this order (8GB/4GB/8GB/4GB/8GB/4GB) in each bank. General question: is it possible to mix single and dual rank? Thank you very much for your precious help.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z800-RAM-upgrading/td-p/5640439
im considering selling my hp z800 mt workstation and was wondering what i should ask for. here are some specs:
2x Xeon w5580 quad core processors @ 3.2 Ghz each
Nividia fx4800 1.5 GB graphics card
2x 500 GB SATA HDD
Windows xp x64
i've seen similar builds (MT/ with xeon 5580's), refurbished, going for like $8000-$12000, but that sounds like WAY too much. please help!! thanks!
Typical rule of thumb: Get the current selling price for equivalent hardware and subtract 50%. That would be the best price, but expect less. Used computer hardware doesn't retain much value as there is always new/faster hardware available for the same or less cost then the hardware you are selling. As you are selling more specialized hardware, you may get a better price. But at the same time, the market is smaller for specialized hardware.
Hello. I tried to insert a WD Purple 4 gb hdd into a HP Z800 pc and at start it give the error "110-Out of memory space for option ROMs". I change the sata port but the same problem.I tried to see if was changed something to boot order but nothing. Inside of this pc allready is 3 hdd. 1.samsung ssd 750gb, 2.asus rog ride 250gb on pci-e and 3. WD 1tb. So, It is any one who can help me with a solution for adding anoter hdd of 4gb without this probllem? Thanks.
Try this :-
1. Start or restart the computer.
2. Press the F10 key when the F10=Setup message appears on screen.
3. Select the appropriate language option.
4. Press the Enter key.
5. Select Advanced > Power-On Options > ACPI/USB Buffer @ Top of Memory > Enable.
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Source : last post here :- http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=885412
Hi. I need to use lot's of graphic processing and video ram in my z800, but right now i'm using a Quadro FX3800, and it's not doing well... Also, I do use to game in my z800, so, here is the question: What is the best dual gpu configuration compatible with my z800? As i know, only QUADRO are suported on this motherboard right? Peace!http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Dual-GPU-HP-Z800/td-p/5740269
I am the recent owner of a new to me nbsp Z with the C revision motherboard nbsp Specs are pretty basic with one E GB x gb unbuffered ram a gb SATA HD a DVDRW and a single NVIDIA Quadro nbsp The machine posted the first two times without incident and I booted a live CentOS CD and everything was working fine so I installed it and everything went perfectly nbsp In fact I can't recall such an easy linux install ever nbsp Then I rebooted again and Z600 cmos cannot reset compute. after enabling entered the BIOS to enable hyperthreading nbsp While in the BIOS Z600 cannot reset cmos after enabling compute. the genius in me could not help but play around nbsp At some point I enabled compute for both of the x slots nbsp I know I know big mistake nbsp When I rebooted again I was introduced to the six beeps of death nbsp To me enabled meant allowed not mandatory nbsp I reseated the card cleared or attempted to clear the Z600 cannot reset cmos after enabling compute. CMOS and the offending setting about a nbsp hundred times following the official procedure then Z600 cannot reset cmos after enabling compute. any other I could find to no avail nbsp I found a thread with the exact same issue which mentioned having to wait for the stored energy in the system to bleed off and pressing the power button several times before pressing the CMOS reset button nbsp It worked for others but not me nbsp I have tried everything moving the card changing the card to one that supports CUDA but I enabled both slots I have powered down the machine unplugged the power cord removed the power supply waited hours pressed the CMOS reset button for seconds three times and I still have the six beeps nbsp Unless my machine contains some secret alien technology I am lost nbsp How do you clear the CMOS nbsp I have tried every procedure theory guess chant and encantation I know nbsp I started building computers when Jimmy Carter was Preident and I have seen it all almost nbsp The only other option I can see is a PCI VGA card so I can get back into the BIOS nbsp Any ideas or advise would be appreciated nbsp nbsp It's a great machine and I want it back
I don't know the exact positon of the CMOS RESET switch, but you can remove the battery to set BIOS defaults.Don't forget to unplug the power cord, no need to remove the power supply or graphics card.Put back the battery after a few minutes and power on the machine.Video should be back now and all BIOS settings (including time and date) are lost.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z600-cannot-reset-cmos-after-enabling-compute/td-p/5065741
Thank you in advance for any and all help provided, My father gave me a "Z600 workstation" that he is not going to use anymore(retired). I noticed that this unit can have a dual CPU setup. My question is if I can use this unit for gaming. Can I set up the rig with 2 CPU for better gaming performance? I am aware of GPU and RAMM upgrades but not to sure if it's even possible to run the 2 CPU at the same time? Will having the 2 CPU increase the GHz speed from 2.13GHz - 4.26GHz? system : HP Z600 WorkstationIntel Xeon E5506 (1x)@2.13GHz3GB DDR3 RAMMWindows 8.1 ProBoot Block Date 01/30/09 B3-based systemhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Will-adding-second-CPU-improve-speed-Z600-workstation/td-p/5672234
We have a Z at my workplace which powers off unexpectedly after some time usually a few hours I have not been able to catch it happening but I come back to the machine and it is powered down nbsp I have done a bit of investigation so far but have not been able to get to the root of the problem - Updated bios problem still occurs I saw mention of bios updates fixing an unexpected poweroff problem - Checked temperatures during stress testing seem normal rules out heat problems - Tried removing extra HDs still get poweroff I suspected bad power supply - Tried MemTest still get poweroff indicates that it is not an OS software problem I have not seen any failures detected by memtest - Looked blink codes on the Z600 Troubleshoot workstation: poweroff unexpected LED on the back of the PSU after a shutdown LED does not blink nbsp I got this info from here nbsp http h www hp com hpsc doc public display docId emr na-c N F My next step nbsp would be to try swapping the power supply from another known working Z machine which we have nbsp It looks like a straightforward operation although the machines have different CPU configurations CPUs in Troubleshoot Z600 workstation: unexpected poweroff the problematic machine vs CPU in the Troubleshoot Z600 workstation: unexpected poweroff good machine - perhaps the capacities are different nbsp Can anyone suggest any other troubleshooting steps to take before I nbsp put it in for service nbsp Thanks in advance nbsphttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Troubleshoot-Z600-workstation-unexpected-poweroff/td-p/5727701
Hi everybody i need your help i have hp z600 workstation but when start doesnn't show anything i change procesor ram graphic card but same problem didnt show anything in scren can anybody know what is to happen with my pc ?
Do the system fans start to spin after you hit the power button ?Does the workstation not beep and blink red ?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/HP-Z600-Workstation-doesn-t-show-anythink/td-p/5571295
Hello I have a z800 2009 edition with cpu Xeon x5550 and Quadrofx 3800. I do not know much about hardware specs and I need some help because I'm planning to upgrade. So I was wondering if I could upgrade my z800 with newer cpu and gpu specs. Like the nvidia gtx 980 or the titan graphics cards. And newer cpu released this year? Maybe not use a Xeon Processor but an Core i7 2015 Processor? Thanks I really appreciate the helpjp
jp, before you get different xeon processors, go into the Z800 BIOS setting and look at the boot block date. If the boot block date is 01/30/2009, the system supports only 55xx series processors. If the boot block date is 11/10/2009, the system supports both the 55xx and 56xx series processors. This forum already has many threads about updating the Z800's CPUs. FYI, check this before buying some more CPUs.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z800-Upgrade-for-2015/td-p/5067136
Is it possible to run 5 displays on a Z800 Workstation? What do I need for a graphics card? and are there other considerations like processor or power supply to worry about? Thank you.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/z800-multiple-displays/td-p/5600533
Hi I hope this is the right board to post questions regarding my Z nbsp I have a years old Z that i turn it into windows workstation as it was Linux highend VFX machine nbsp Quick Spec nbsp x Intel Xeon X GHz GB ECC RAMQuadro nbsp GBQuadro GbWin nbsp I just realized that my CPU speed was always HP Dropped Speed All Z800 CPU stays at GHz even if it was at load on Rendering I'm having a lag issue sometimes and slow slow HP Z800 All CPU Speed Dropped slow rendering HP Z800 All CPU Speed Dropped nbsp nbsp For example nbsp Usually it took hrs to render my After Effects comp But now i found it took hrs same project Also in Keyshot Cinema D and Autodesk DsMax HP Z800 All CPU Speed Dropped on Final rendering CPU Load the CPU speed stays at GHz Max GHz nbsp Please find my screenshot below nbsp on BIOS i have enabled Turbo Boost with Enhanced Turbo Boost set to Disabled Use All CoresPower Management is set to Default nbsp nbsp Is this normal behavior or is it because of Win nbsp nbsp Please kindly advise Thank you advance nbsp Regards Aldy Whttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/HP-Z800-All-CPU-Speed-Dropped/td-p/5792705
I've got a z that's off warranty and producing a beep error as soon as it is plugged into the power on issue Z800 outlet No indicator lights not a standard POST error beep Just a steady beeping sound that continues for roughly seconds after the power is disconnected I removed the power supply and plugged it into the outlet on its own The fans spin up and the indicator light powers on so I'm fairly certain the issue isn't there Before I spend the cash on a refurb system board I figured I'd ask here and see if anyone has Z800 power on issue encountered Z800 power on issue this before Any experience with this would be helpful Thanks nbsp nbsp nbsp EDIT Forgot to add that there is a clicking sound Z800 power on issue not unlike the clicking sound made by a car when the battery is dead The clicking noise is in rhythem with the beep Also the rear case fans look like they're trying to spin but fail They're basically doing quarter turns in rhythem with the beeping and clicking It looks like power isn't getting to the system nbsp
The Z800 power supply has 3 blind mate connectors, that plug into 3 connectors and cable assemblies in the chassis. Pull out the Z800 power supply, and look at the 3 white connectors in the chassis. Each of these 3 chassis connectors have 2 support pins each to hold the connectors in the chassis cutouts. Check if these pins were damaged, and if the connectors were pushed out partially. If the chassis connectors were pushed out, it is possible the power supply is making intermittent contact with the chassis connectors/cables. You removed the power supply and plugged it into the outlet on its own. If the green light comes on, the supply is good (as you said below). Sometimes, if the power cord is pulled out of the system quickly (or swtiched off from a opwer strip) after the system is shut down, the power supply can beep and the power LED can flash for a very short time afterwards. This happens because there was not enough time for the main voltages to decay before the power cord is pulled. It is not a failure, just an annoyance, and not the cause of your power up problem. Let me know if this helps.
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Anyone can where i can find replacment for my HP Z800 CPUs socket screws? I dont want to buy new radiotor just screws for it. Any replacemnt there? Maybe older(cheaper) radiator that comes with screw that will fit it?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/HP-Z800-socket-screws/td-p/5575853
your help and answer is greatly appreciate I just bought an old Z workstaion with the following information nbsp nbsp nbsp motherboard PN AS - nbsp nbsp Bios Ver v nbsp nbsp Window- Pro nbsp nbsp nbsp What generation does my Z have based on info above nbsp nbsp nbsp Where can I find the latest Bios version for this workstation that good fix with nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp my current Z generation since nbsp HP online show Bios ver v Rev A but nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp I'm reluctant to use this Bios nbsp this may due to my old generation of this Z as nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp forum had been discussed nbsp nbsp nbsp Can I update to Bios in HP web page v as long as I do not upgrade to nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp CPU Intel xx family nbsp Will it give me any booting problem with this Bios nbsp nbsp nbsp Can I use Samsung Pro Series SSD SATA- Gb s as boot disk for OS application nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp on this z generation nbsp If not then what option would it be so I can use SSD as boot devices nbsp Best Regards nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp
All of z800 can upgrade to the altest the System BIOS. So yes, you can upgrade to v3.56. You can download it at http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareDescription.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodTypeId=12...I did not see any technical reason that Samsung SSD does not work qw q boot device. It should work tecnically.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z800-Bios-update-please-help/td-p/5077681
I have a Z800 running RHEL 5, which is nearing end of life. I can see that it is certified for RHEL 6, but I'd like to jump to RHEL 7. Are there any plans to certify the Z800 for RHEL 7?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/Certification-of-RHEL-7-on-HP-Z800/td-p/5824692
Are there any aftermarket CPU coolers that will fit a HP z800 without having to remove or modify the stock shrouds? Does anyone know the dimensions of the stock cooler #535586-001 ?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/aftermarket-CPU-Coolers-for-hp-z800/td-p/5710400
Hello,I recently acquired a z600 with a quad core Intel Xeon E550 and I would like to know if it is possible/desirable to put my old z400 two quad core Intel Xeon W3550.I checked and both use socket b type soo I'd assume I should have a problem but as hardware is outside of my knowledge base I wanted to ask =)Thank you in advance
Hi, The z600 series of workstations support Intel Xeon Processor X5570 QC 2.93 GHz, 95W, 8M cache, 6.40GT/s QPI, DDR3 1333 MHz, HT, TurboIntel Xeon Processor X5560 QC 2.80 GHz, 95W, 8M cache, 6.40GT/s QPI, DDR3 1333 MHz, HT, TurboIntel Xeon Processor X5550 QC 2.66 GHz, 95W, 8M cache, 6.40GT/s QPI, DDR3 1333 MHz, HT, TurboIntel Xeon Processor E5540 QC 2.53 GHz, 80W, 8M cache, 5.86GT/s QPI, DDR3 1066 MHz, HT, TurboIntel Xeon Processor E5530 QC 2.40 GHz, 80W, 8M cache, 5.86GT/s QPI, DDR3 1066 MHz, HT, TurboIntel Xeon Processor E5520 QC 2.26 GHz, 80W, 8M cache, 5.86GT/s QPI, DDR3 1066 MHz, HT, TurboIntel Xeon Processor E5506 QC 2.13 GHz, 80W, 4M cache, 4.80GT/s QPI, DDR3 800 MHzIntel Xeon Processor E5504 QC 2.00 GHz, 80W, 4M cache, 4.80GT/s QPI, DDR3 800 MHzLooks like they support CPU's with 80W to 95W. The Intel Xeon W3550 has TDP 130W . http://ark.intel.com/products/39720/Intel-Xeon-Processor-W3550-8M-Cache-3_06-GHz-4_80-GTs-Intel-QPI I don't think this is going to work. Regards.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Changing-my-z600-processor-to-my-z400-processors-CPU-upgrade/td-p/5854559
Greetings nbsp st time come date Qestion about block (urgent) Z600 boot here but i need a quick answer to a question related to CPU amp Memory supporting - nbsp I try to obtain a used Z workststion for editing projects originally Qestion about Z600 boot block date (urgent) nbsp fitted with DDR GB x nbsp E x Nvidia NVS x G HD x being offered by a seller nbsp Seller managed to sent me a photo capture part of the bios it writes boot block date c revision board nbsp My question is - nbsp is it possible to run dual X Westmere core CPus using stock heatsinks kit No WG AA nbsp is it possible to run max GB x GB DDR - ECC Registered Ram nbsp Note that both Cpus and Ram will most likely obtain from after-market sellers other than designated HP distributers nbsp See attached jpeg for snap shot of system bios boot block date nbsp nbsp Kindly i need a quick reply or the Z offer will slip away fast nbsp Regards nbsp PMhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Qestion-about-Z600-boot-block-date-urgent/td-p/5682114
I am running an HP Z workstation Bios version G V nbsp OS is duel boot Windows Professional -bit amp Ubuntu LTS nbsp Using F set-up I have Enabled Advanced- gt Bios Power On for all days of the week and have set a time for power on Under Advanced- gt Device Options I have enabled wake on lan Under Advanced- gt Power on- gt Options After Power Loss i have set the option to always on nbsp If push power on button on front of machine it auto boots to Linux If I then pull the plug the machine immediately goes off If I plug the machine back in NOTHING HAPPENS It doesn't power up I have to push the button If I unplug the machine and then plug it in and wait until the BIOS Pwoer On time then machine does NOT boot or power up at the selected workstation auto after won't Z600 power loss boot time Again I have to push the button to get it to power on nbsp What am I missing or doing wrong The machine is being used as a remote server It has to automatically reboot after power loss nbsp Any help would be greatly appreciated nbsp Solved View Solution
Changed nothing and the issue went away.Had a 4 hour power failure in the building.When power was restored machine automatically rebooted.So pulling plug on Z600, machine doesn't auto-boot.Power fail entire building: router, monitor, Z600 and machines boots.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Boot-and-Lockup/Z600-workstation-won-t-auto-boot-after-power-loss/td-p/5464151
hi latly i buy an used hp workstation z800 and after one week of using it star to shut down randomly the first time i chek the temperatur of the compnant but every thing lok normal do enney one have an idea about this problemehttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/hp-workstation-z800-shutdown-randomly/td-p/5573983
Anyone got this working in Windows 7?
Help, help... now I can't use my Windows 7 fully coz I don't have Internet access.http://www.sevenforums.com/drivers/6160-samsung-sgh-z800-hsdpa-modem.html
hi dear i have HP Z800 machine and its great for my graphic desgin , but i have a problem about noise the fans sound is very loud? please do you have any idea for fix ? thanks
Have you tried selecting fan speeds in CMOS setup? (reboot and press F10) Have you inspected ambient temperature sensor via HWMonitor?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/Z800-fans-sound-is-very-loud/td-p/880189
My z800 constantly makes a low level noise similar to the sound you hear when a fax is sent or a dot matrix printer printing.It seems to change pitch slightly in sympathy with how much work the processor's having to do. Any idea what it might be?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z800-makes-noise-like-a-fax-being-sent-only-a-lot-quieter/td-p/5660116
Howdy At work I recently received a Z Workstation The fans in this computer extra fan Z800 seems loud noise are running very loud and we have not been able to quiet it down nbsp I have updated the BIOS to the latest Rev A and set to defaults This didn't seem to change Z800 fan noise seems extra loud anything nbsp I have also installed the SpeedFan utility and tried to use that to slow down the fans It does not seem to be able to impact the fan speeds at all nbsp In the BIOS I see this information regarding temps and fan speeds nbsp Temps CPU C CPU C Ambient C Memory C nbsp Fan speeds showed this CPU rpm CPU Memory rpm Chipset Chassis rpm PCI nbsp The sound coming from the workstation is not like a fan is broken or going out It is just simply like the fans are working extra hard keeping things cool It sounds like I'm sitting in a data center nbsp Is there anyway to have the fans come on an off as Z800 fan noise seems extra loud needed or slow down Is there some HP utility that I'm not seeing nbsp Any ideas Z800 fan noise seems extra loud would be appreciated nbsp ThanksCW nbsp nbsp P S This thread has been moved nbsp from Workstations - Itanium-Based hp Visualize to Workstations - z series xw series and legacy x and w series - Hp Forum Moderator
in BIOS, under Power - Thermal - Fan Idle Mode - what is it set to?If to default (minimum) - then something is wrong with the system. Perhaps the ambient sensor is broken. Pretty sure it shouldn't be zero.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z800-fan-noise-seems-extra-loud/td-p/5067981
I still could not configure my Z800 to boot from P410 controllers (I have 2 in it). I did configure boot volume for the controller, but cannot see it in BIOS and wheh I run Windows setup it says that Windows cannot be installed on that disk as it is not bootable on the machine. I tied Windows 7 Pro (as it came originally with the machine) and Windows 10. It boots fine from RAID volume defined in onboard LSI controller. I updated BIOS and P410 firmware to the latest. Anybody has an idea? Thank you very much,Dinkohttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Booting-Z800-from-P410-controller/td-p/5708703
nbsp I recently acquired a Z with x X processors The boot block date is in the bios so from what I read it won't handle an X xx processor nbsp My bios is v nbsp Does nbsp the limitation to upgrading to x xx have to do with the bios or the physical properties of the motherboard I had thought that the Rev motherboards could handle an x xx chip nbsp The reason I ask is that the machine Z800 to x55xx from Upgrade x56xx? powered up fine with x X processors But when I swapped them out for x X processors nothing happens The machine turns on but no bios no beeps no nothing I've tried pulling the battery and resetting Upgrade Z800 from x55xx to x56xx? the cmos numerous times Only once did it boot to the bios but when I made changes and saved it rebooted but nothing I was hoping to be able to repeat that so that I could see if it was recognizing the X xx chips or not but have been unsuccessful nbsp Thanks
only Revision 3 motherboards support 5600 series processors.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Upgrade-Z800-from-x55xx-to-x56xx/td-p/5528081
Hello, I have an z800. After the Windows-10 upgrade the workstation would not go into sleep mode.I tries to sleep for about 5 seconds and then powers back up. I was able to fix this problem once by changing the bios setting from exended to normal in power savings. However since a Windows 10 update it no longer works in sleep mode. How can I fix this problem? It is a setting in the bios that needs to be set. I tried default settings without success. -Thanks in advance.
Try turning off Wake on LAN in BIOS.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/z800-will-not-sleep-after-Windows-10-upgrade/td-p/5472829
Team - I believe I messed up some bios settings. PC will no longer boot where I can enter bios. I have done: 1. Pulled Battery2. CMOS reset Button3. Flashed CMOS via Emergency Recovery Mode. - Allows me to flash. Says it flash successfully but still no change. 4. Password Reset Jumper (no password) None of these have helped. Help!Dewaynehttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Boot-and-Lockup/BIOS-Flash-on-Z800-has-no-effect/td-p/5833258
Hey guys I got my wont on issue, Z800 power PSU HP hands on a pretty sweet dual CPU HP Z workstation So I threw my GTX in there and at first everything seemed great But it's been having issues powering on Below is a video of the exact symptom but basically it turns on for about half a second then shuts off and continuously repeats this loop I've looked into this a bunch and found several possible issues and I think i've tried almost all of them One of the things im confused about though is that theres a greenlight on the back of the power supply and everyone says if i take it out and plug it in the greenlight should come on if the power supply is HP Z800 PSU issue, wont power on good I cant find any clarity on if the light is just supposed to come on for a second or if its supposed to stayyy on So if you HP Z800 PSU issue, wont power on guys have any ideas HP Z800 PSU issue, wont power on on that please let me know Because I'm still not certain if its the power supply thats the actual issue and replacement watt power supply is very pricey Here's a video of whats happening https www youtube com watch v q fF yVLaSU amp feature youtu beI've tried Removing all RAM and replacing Different video cards Reseating all the connectionsMade sure the PSU connectors pins are all snug where they should beDifferent power outlets not using a power stripUnplugging all peripheralsMade sure nothing lose in case like a screw shorting it outPlease help - thanks in advancehttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/HP-Z800-PSU-issue-wont-power-on/td-p/5832001
Hi all, Have you any idea how to ( or if it's possible ) to disable F1:Boot promt for HP Z800 workstation? The reason for this error is the missing USB front cable and rear fans , so not critical errors with impact in system functionality. Bios it's updated to latest firmware release. I use this workstation as a server and is not funny when a restart is needed from a remote location ( machine remain in this F1 prompt ....) Thank you veru much,Alexhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Boot-and-Lockup/Hp-Z800-how-to-disable-F1-Boot-prompt/td-p/5839860
My motherbord has a PCIe x16 slot. What is difference between PCIe 2.1 x16 and PCIe x16. Can my motherbord afford PCIe 2.1 x16 or PCIe 3.0 x16 version Graphic cards
Probably a lot more than you wish to know:
PCI Express - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The newer PCI-E 2, 2.1, and 3 graphics cards are supposed to be backwards compatible with older X16 slots. The lower data rate supported by the old slot may be irrelevant to most cards.
This is probably a stupid question, but I am sick right now and can't think straight, so here goes.
On my NVIDIA nForce 650i Ultra mobo I am using a PCIe video card.
Can mobo's that support PCIe also support PCIe 2.0?
Yes, but at PCIe x16 speeds instead of the PCIe x16 2.0 speeds
Edit - CPU model revised for a porper CPU X nbsp it's st time come here but i need a quick answer to a question related date block about CPU for Qestion Z600 model) (Revised boot to CPU amp Memory supporting - nbsp I try to obtain a used Z workststion for editing projects originally nbsp fitted with DDR GB x nbsp E x Nvidia NVS x G HD x being offered by a seller nbsp Seller managed to sent me a photo capture part of the bios it writes boot block date c revision board nbsp My question is - nbsp is it possible to run dual X Westmere core Qestion about Z600 boot block date (Revised for CPU model) CPus using stock heatsinks kit No WG AA nbsp is it possible to run max GB x GB DDR - ECC Registered Ram nbsp Note that both Cpus and Ram will most likely obtain from after-market sellers other than designated HP distributers nbsp See attached jpeg for snap shot of system bios boot block date nbsp nbsp Kindly i need a quick reply or the Z offer will slip away fast nbsp Regards nbsp PMhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Qestion-about-Z600-boot-block-date-Revised-for-CPU-model/td-p/5682114
Hi.Our brand new HP Z600 workstation running win srv 2008 rebooted after only couple of weeks with the following output from bios level screen:System reset caused by CATERR.927 - Fatal error on dimm in slot CPU0 DIMM1ECC Error on read operation What does this mean and how can we prevent this from happening in the future ? ThanksSergey
Having the a similar caterr error message.Did you recieve any response? Thanks.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Z600-workstation-reboots-system-reset-caused-by-CATERR/td-p/157403
I am in need of a new system board for a Z600 but want to know which version would work with the 56xx series of Xeon dual processors? There's 460840-001, 460840-002 and 460840-003. The one that came with the machine was 460840-003 / REV AE, but it died so I got a replacement 460840-001 / REV 0D, however, I can't get the computer to post. So I'm looking for which board and Revision I need to make it work? Thanks. Would this one work?http://bit.ly/1omeMkF
The Z600 460840-003 supports both the 55xx and 56xx Xeon processors. As you discovered, the 460840-001 only supports the 55xx Xeons. I am not sure about the 460840-002, but there are other threads in this forum where some have tried the varioius -00x Z600 versions.
I am an HP Employee.My opinions are my own, and do not express those of HP.
I have a Z600 that came with an REV #003 motherboard and two X5670 CPU's. The board went bad and I replaced it with a REV #001, not realizing that it won't run X56xx chips. So I then purchased two X5570 CPU's and put them in. When I boot, I get a series of 8 beeps, and an error message that the BIOS is corrupt. So I created a BIOS recovery disc and flashed the machine as per the instructions. I then unplug the power cord (as opposed to powering down first), wait 5 seconds and plug it back in a power up. I then get the 8 beeps and the error message just like nothing has been done to fix it. Is it possible that trying to run X56xx chips on that board fried something? Is there a way to reset it? What should I try next? Thanks.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Boot-and-Lockup/Z600-Bios-Image-Corrupt-ROM-flash-doesn-t-work/td-p/5599283
Hi nbsp I need to connect rd monitor to my Z workstation and I need to add second GPU for that I wanted to ask what are limitations for such SLI HP for video without three dual upgrade Z800 GPU outputs configuration HP Z800 dual GPU without SLI upgrade for three video outputs because there is no data HP Z800 dual GPU without SLI upgrade for three video outputs about that at all nbsp Currently I have quadro FX and I want to connect two ZR W and one LP W to the computer I had occasion to try to put other graphic card to computer because I had it for a moment newer GF GTX Ti but this config didnt worked - there were no output signal for second card it doesnt matter which one was connected at the time in second slot Drivers messed totally nvidia control panel were crashing down everytime I tried to turn it on I assume this card is too new or very different from that quadro and it is impossible to make it work My question is will it work with two FX or with other Quadro How to configure workstation for setup like this nbsp Regards JK nbsphttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/HP-Z800-dual-GPU-without-SLI-upgrade-for-three-video-outputs/td-p/5825767
Would the following hard drive be a good choice for my z800?I purchased it used and I want to start with a new hard drive and rebuild it so that I have a wn 10 configuration, verus the win 7 64 pro edition. Western Digital Black WD1002FAEX 1TB SATA 7.2K RPM 64MB Cache 6G 3.5" Hard Drive The reason why I am interested in this drive is that are affordable, and available from a number of competitive outlets; i.e. ebay and amazon, etc. Additionally they have good reviews for media applications.
Hey kbruff2016 welcome to the community! WD Black is a performance-oriented HDD designed for heavier and more extensive workloads as well as heavier multitasking. It should serve you well for a long time as it comes with a good 5-year warranty. Do you have any other drives in your workstation? It may be a good idea to consider as SSD for the OS as you would see great improvements in the loading/boot times and overall responsiveness of the system. If you planning on using the HDD in any RAID arrays in the future I would recommend going with a NAS/RAID-class drive as they have additional features such as TLER support that ensure stable and safe performance in such conditions. WD Red is an example. Captain_WD.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Would-the-following-hard-drive-be-a-good-choice-for-my-z800/td-p/5583470
HP Z800 refreshed win 7 pro 64 ... windows updates not completing...Newly installed OS - everything seems to work fine, except for the endless hang at WIndows update...Checking for updates. This apparently affects the update to Windows 10 as well. Does anyone have any insights? I have tried all the help options via MS website. Thank you.
Greetings, Please read this. You can wait patiently (updates will eventually appear) or there is a fix in the article. You will have to reinstall Windows for the fix. Your PC must be isolated from the network when reinstalling windows. You have to download two updates and install them before connecting your PC to the network. I have used Ed Bott's fix and it works. But I reinstalled Win 7 again. I was not going to wait for hours and hours to get security updates. You could try installing those updates on the problematic Win 7 installation: 1. Apply the Microsoft fix found here. Disconnect from the network. 2. Install those two updates offline and cross your fingers. 3. Try Windows Update again. Cheers!http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/HP-Z800-refreshed-win-7-pro-64-windows-updates-not/td-p/5601098
nbsp Hello everyone nbsp nbsp Newly registered member only for this topic's sake I've got a HP Z from my workplace thanks Anthony with a fan talk about the Let's ability+gr... Z800's control/crossfire HP screen will mostly use it as everyday and gaming pc I listen to music watch movies play some games seasonal habit do some work online nothing which needs performance Let's talk about the Z800's fan control/crossfire ability+gr... so came to the guru's to ask for some intel about this machine nbsp Configuration Z V x X - stock heatsink x GB R hp originalsapphire r x W TDP x SSD x HDD W PSU I reckon here in the UK i shall count with W Win Prox nbsp nbsp Fan control When i took the machine home with a fresh install of windows the fans seemed to be controlled automatically now the first thing i did was put in an SSD and did a clean install of Win Prox I only installed drivers for graphics and probably the ethernet pors and audio but i cannot recall anything else There are no unknown devices in device manager Is there a program i can install which will controll fans automatically depending on load which seemed to be the case when i took it home Can i have a link please Is there any program known by the community which allows the user to control the fans manually or custom make profiles by any chance This would be the best of bests nbsp nbsp Crossfire GFX Pow According to what i've found on the internet the workstaion is capable of crossfire but actual experience i coudnt find anywhere My monitor's native resolution is x this is the optimal resonlution for gaming in my case The single X can't always handle the task and having such old and low frequency CPU's i reckon the best i'll get out of it is X CF whics should last for years medium high fps I plan to keep the workstation for years at least so i would like ot know if the workstation is capable of running two R X I know i'll most likely will hit some CPU limit and might gonna need an external PSU to power the cards but i love this thing and see no reason to change it I'll rather install a full watercooling system nbsp These cards consume around W each how many amps watts are coming on one each pin connector with the W W PSU In theory if the Z can power two Quadro W Power consumption according to Nvidia it should also be able to power two X cards nbsp each around W W peak nbsp W W PSU Wiring Diagram with amps and everything nbsp Relevant Info i found on the internetz Intel Core i - K GHz x X CF W Idle W maximum nbsp nbsp Thank you in advance for everyone who can help me with these i know they might not your everyday upgrade questions but it's important to me non the less
Hi there I am posting here to get understanding nbsp and possibly help for a strange behavior nbsp I have with my Z machine nbsp This machine is running Windows x Pro and it is equipped Quadro Z800 4000 usage very high with with a Nvidia Quadro graphics board The system is basically quiet and not very hot but my issue is that everything nbsp I turn on any kind of graphical nbsp software the system become immediately extremely loud and hot due to the Quadro fan nbsp I understand that obviously the graphical nbsp card is generating heat under heavy nbsp Z800 with Quadro 4000 very high usage load but my issue is that it spike to max power for any kind of graphical nbsp computation nbsp For instance just by browsing the internet any webpage nbsp that has a small Flash animation or anything inside will immediately spike the Q to maximum clock heat production and surely ventilation I ended up disabling nbsp hardware acceleration in Chrome to avoid this very annoying behaviour nbsp Same thing for application like AutoCAD as soon as I turn it on it apparently commands the graphics nbsp card to immediately run at high clock rate Even if I am not drawing at all or just drawing very basic D object the graphics nbsp card appears to be running at maximum capacity nbsp I noticed that this strangely also happens with some completely non-graphical nbsp related tasks For instance I noticed that Visual Studio installation program spikes the GPU usage as well while the IDE itself does not produce this behavior nbsp For your reference please find following an example of idle status of the machine nbsp While the following image shows what's happening after a few minutes of AutoCAD basic drawing just D design nbsp Now the basic question is everything OK here and the behavior nbsp of the card is the one I should expect and I simply misunderstood how it works or is something actually wrong and I should do something to fix it nbsp Thanks for any insights you might provide nbsp Lucahttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z800-with-Quadro-4000-very-high-usage/td-p/5778959