Saturday, November 22nd 2008

HP Offers AMD Shanghai-based Workstation

Computing giant HP has refreshed its workstation lineup with xw9400 series models running the new AMD Opteron "Shanghai" quad-core processors. Being workstations, they come with dual-socket configurations as options, and sport Opteron 2000 series processors. Options start at a 2.00 GHz processor, and go up to 2.50 GHz. Up to 32 GB of memory can be opted for. The motherboards use NVIDIA nForce Professional 3600 or 3050 chipsets. A variety of options with NVIDIA Quadro professional graphics cards are offered. The system comes with a three-year warranty that includes parts, labor, and on-site service. A set of pre-configured systems are available by HP on its product page. Prices start at US $2,399 and can go up to $6,299.

Sources: InformationWeek, engadget
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3 Comments on HP Offers AMD Shanghai-based Workstation

#1
Hayder_Master
hp use too much amd product's and it have good seals , that's good for amd
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NamesDontMatter
by: hayder.master
hp use too much amd product's and it have good seals , that's good for amd
Since when does hp have good seals? lol j/k



I wonder what kind of processors their running? AMD? Intel? DOES ANYONE KNOWW?????
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TheGuruStud
*Intel is preparing an expedition to club said seals as we speak*
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