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HP XW9400 - Dual CPU 3.0GHz/8GB 12 Monitor Video Wall Computer

HP XW9400 - Dual CPU 3.0GHz/8GB 12 Monitor Video Wall Computer

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$3,250.00  $1,499.99
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  • SKU: XW9400-1_compeve
  • Model: XW9400
  • Shipping Weight: 49lbs
  • 2 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: HP


HP XW9400 Workstation:
Two AMD Opteron Dual Core 3.0GHz Processors / 8GB RAM
Quadro NVS Professional Video Cards Capable Of Running 12 Simultaneous Monitors


Included:  HP XW9400 Workstation Case
 HP Motherboard

 Two AMD Opteron Dual Core 3.0GHz Processors
 73GB SAS Hard Drive
 500GB SATA Hard Drive
 Four nVidia Quadro NVS Video Cards With 12 Monitor Support
1050 Watt Power Supply
 2 Heat Sink/Fan assemblies
Splitter Cables for 12 Monitors
 Operating System: Not Included

      COA, Operating System, and documentation is not included
Condition:  Refurbished - Perfect working condition, case may have some scratches
Warranty:  30 days


Socket/Processors:  Socket F/AMD Opteron Dual, Quad and Six core processors supported
Chipset:  NVIDIA nForce Professional 3600
 NVIDIA nForce Professional 3050
Supported CPU's:  Supports AMD Dual and Quad core CPU's
Memory:  8 slots, up to 64GB Maximum memory
Networking:  Dual Integrated NVIDIA (nForce Pro 3600) Gigabit LAN
Slots:  2 PCI-E x16 slots
 1 PCI slots (regular)
 2 PCI-X slots
Audio:  Integrated High Definition audio with Jack Retasking capability
Front I/O:  2 USB, headphone and microphone jacks, 1 firewire
Rear I/O:  6 USB, 1 standard serial port,  PS/2 keyboard, PS/2 mouse,
 2 RJ-45, audio in, audio out, mic in


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The HP xw9400 combines HP innovation with the most advanced dual-, quad-, and six-core AMD Opteron processors allowing you to tackle compute and visually intensive applications, with fast design and analysis turnaround.


Greater compute parallelism for workstations
The HP xw9400 Workstation now supports the AMD “Istanbul” 6-core processors. These processors are based on AMD’s 45nm technology and represent the first six-core processors available for workstations.

Uncompromised workstation visualization
Enabling up to 4 3D displays, the HP xw9400 provides scalable visualization capability for demanding high-performance graphics solutions. Native PCIe x16 dual ports support high-end graphics and SLI-enablement.

Extreme expandability
Implementation of the next generation of the NVIDIA nForce Professional chipset enables the HP xw9400 delivery of the highest performance AMD technology and excellent workstation expandability. Dual native PCIe x16 graphics (2 slots), PCIe x8 (2 slots), PCI-X 100 (2 slots), Serial ATA 3Gb/s and 8 Channel SAS are available on the HP xw9400. The 2 PCI-X 100 slots can be configured as a single PCI-X 133 slot to meet some Independent Hardware Vendors’ (IHVs) requirements.

The ultimate in data throughput
Large SCSI/SAS HDD capacity delivers the ultimate in data throughput. The HP xw9400 offers 8 channel Serial Attached SCSI (SAS), the latest, highest performance disk subsystem. The 8 channels provide dedicated bandwidth to each SAS hard drive allowing for an optional external SAS connection to support external storage arrays while still providing maximum internal storage capability.

Added performance and reliability
With integrated SAS or SATA RAID controllers, the HP xw9400 provides RAID 0 (disk mirroring for fault tolerance) and RAID 1 (disk striping for high data bandwidth to and from a disk array) support. Optional RAID 10 (striping + mirroring) and RAID 5 (striping + parity for additional data integrity) is available through an add-in PCI card.

Excellent computing performance through Direct Connect Architecture
Implementing AMD’s “Direct Connect Architecture”, the HP xw9400 addresses and helps eliminate the real challenges and bottlenecks of system architecture. Memory is connected directly to the CPU optimizing memory performance. I/O is directly connected to the CPU helping balance throughput and enabling expandable I/O. CPUs are connected directly to CPUs allowing more Linear Symmetrical Multiprocessing.