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HP Workstation Goes Water Cooled

HP today launched a new workstation powered by a pair of AMD Opteron 2220
(2.8GHz) on nForce Professional 3600+3050 board, minimum of 4GB of DDR2 memories
on board configurable up to 32GB, wide choice of SATA 3Gbps and SCSI hard
drives, NVIDIA Quadro series (SLI capable) and a 800W PSU. This new HP xw9400/CT
Workstation will be available from 8th of February, Build to Order and minimum
configuration selling for at least US$ 4800. The Opterons will be water-cooled
with the cooling solution is provided by Hitachi. This special water cooling
unit is capable of removing up to 120W of heat for each CPU so in total 240W and
the fan is pretty silent at 3dB to 10dB.

HP today launched a new workstation powered by a pair of AMD Opteron 2220
(2.8GHz) on nForce Professional 3600+3050 board, minimum of 4GB of DDR2 memories
on board configurable up to 32GB, wide choice of SATA 3Gbps and SCSI hard
drives, NVIDIA Quadro series (SLI capable) and a 800W PSU. This new HP xw9400/CT
Workstation will be available from 8th of February, Build to Order and minimum
configuration selling for at least US$ 4800. The Opterons will be water-cooled
with the cooling solution is provided by Hitachi. This special water cooling
unit is capable of removing up to 120W of heat for each CPU so in total 240W and
the fan is pretty silent at 3dB to 10dB.

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