Oh that is why ,i have only seen his old ones.He's been doing it for a few weeks.
What do you think of it?Whats that freezer 13 thingHe's been doing it for a few weeks.
It was a typoI think you mean it "fails" to boot?
It could be that it is trying to boot from that new drive, and is hanging up there.
Try pressing the "ESC" key during the POST screen, and select "boot menu", and then select the drive you want to boot from (which should NOT be the new drive). Then it should boot up.
Also, unless you are actually using your drives in a RAID configuration, I recommend changing the setting for your SATA ports in the BIOS to AHCI, instead of RAID -- as that will eliminate some boot overhead.
I hope this helps,
|System Name||HP Z440/Z460 "Franken"station purchased on Ebay for $152 w/bad motherboard, plus motherboard for $62|
|Motherboard||HP Z460 with Intel C612 chipset, can use Xeon V3 and V4 processors|
|Cooling||Using stock Z440 cpucooler Z460 dual fans the Z460 motherboard requires, using 2nd fan inside case.|
|Memory||64Gb DDR4 2400MHz REG ECC SERVER MEMORY $70+40 (4 16gb sticks) used on Ebay|
|Video Card(s)||EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB Gaming|
|Storage||1Tb PNY 2130 Nvme SSD, 3x6Tb SAS drives as 12TB RAID5, 3x12Tb shucked western digital NAS 24Tb RAID5|
|Display(s)||TCL 65P635 65 inch 4K HDR TV via HDMI (4K@60hz) (upgraded from 55" this year,net cost $200)|
|Case||Stock Z440 case with z640 motherboard (2nd z460 cooling fan blowing on HP P812 SAS Raid controller)|
|Audio Device(s)||Denon AVRS730H 7.2ch AV receiver with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X|
|Power Supply||stock Z440 700W 90+ efficient PSU|
|Mouse||Logitech M570 trackball|
|Keyboard||Logitech K350 Wave|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro (enterprise) OEM license that came with motherboard.|
|Benchmark Scores||Using a HP Smart Array P812 PCI-e SAS Server RAID Controller with capacitor buffer backup, $15 Ebay|
I guess you are right i did not think about putting it on another forum ,I guess i should have put it on the Retro Forum.Just curious -- what does this build have to do with HP workstations?
This thread is for discussions related to HP workstations.... you should probably move the discussion for this non-workstation build to another thread....
Hey Welcome to TPU! If you're going to go for some OCing in that system(I presume you're going to use ThrottleStop), the 1660v3 is good, the 1680v3 would be a bit better as they're binned better. Avoid the 1650, you lose two cores. 1660v3 or 1680v3 is my advice.Alright I need some help. I have a z440 with a Xeon E5 2640 V3, I have applied the "X99 Turbo Boost Unlock" hack and it runs very well. I want some more single thread performance though than I have however, so I was thinking of getting a 1650 V3 or 1660 V3 and overclocking it, but it looks a bit difficult.
The stock cooler in the Z440 is rated for 165W so as long as you don't go crazy, you can get a decent OC with it. Likely 4ghz with either one of those CPUs.Do I really need a liquid cooler for this or can I just get a good air cooler. I also saw that the cooler uses a proprietary connector so could i get an adapter?
There good machines i have a Z230 modal.Only trouble with my one and i dare say with the Z440 they have Proprietary psu,s so if you want to put a new PSU in there you have todo a hack jobhello Hp owners
thinking of getting a Z440.
will it boot nicely from a PCIe NVMe drive?
or does the PCIe adapter need to have "boot rom"?
oscilating between Z440 and T5810... i know the dell has 825W ..hp 700W but other than that?
i like the design more for Z440 but am i missing something critical?...feature-wise? cooling wise? (hate dell fan curve )
Thanks.It needs a boot rom, but will otherwise work fine.
|System Name||Dell Latitude 7490|
|Processor||Intel Core i5-8250U 1.6 GHz quad core (3.4 GHz max boost)|
|Memory||8 GB DDR4 SODIMM|
|Video Card(s)||Intel UHD 620|
|Storage||internal Kioxia XG6 1 TB NVMe SSD|
|Display(s)||HP P22h G4 21.5" 1080p (& 1080p internal LG Display LCD)|
|Case||Dell proprietary magnesium case|
|Audio Device(s)||Realtek ALC3246 -> JDS Labs Atom (headphone) amp -> Panasonic RP-HT770|
|Power Supply||Dell-branded LiteOn AC adapter|
|Mouse||Steelseries Rival 310|
|Software||TBD Linux (microSD) & DragonFlyBSD 6.4 (SSD)|
Windows has nothing to do with it. Most PCs indeed use a Realtek HDA/Azalia chipset but my 645 G1, for example, has an IDT (formerly SigmaTel, at least the audio chipset division) chipset as does my ProBook 6465b. I also have an EliteBook with Conexant (audio chipset division acquired from Analog Devices) chipset. I don't think that there is anything wrong with VIA. AFAIK their chipsets (in general) tend to be pretty good but I don't know about audio specifically.Has anyone heard of a Windows PC not using Realtech? I thought they all did. mine does,t it uses VIA
They're full of it. That HP would run fine without the shroud..Read somewhere that the z440 needs the ram cooling shroud if you want to populate all 8 ram dimms.
A local company of refurbished workstations told me so...
But saw a clip with a guy with 8 filled slots and no shroud ..
Yup, it'll be fine.So does it work without the shroud?
Maybe next i go z440.
Love the industrial design.
Thanks for the info.one can never stop learning new thingsWindows has nothing to do with it. Most PCs indeed use a Realtek HDA/Azalia chipset but my 645 G1, for example, has an IDT (formerly SigmaTel, at least the audio chipset division) chipset as does my ProBook 6465b. I also have an EliteBook with Conexant (audio chipset division acquired from Analog Devices) chipset. I don't think that there is anything wrong with VIA. AFAIK their chipsets (in general) tend to be pretty good but I don't know about audio specifically.