Global Nettech offers Hp’s Z220 SFF workstation on rental with high performance and energy efficiency at an affordable price for your personal or professional needs.The z220 workstations come in 2 different configurations. The HP z220 Convertible mini tower or CMT. and the HP z220 small form factor or SFF.
The z220 SFF is powered by Quad Core Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 v2 series, and the 3rd generation Intel Core processors like the Intel Core i5 and i7 processors to maximize performance and energy efficiency, with the clock speed of 3.7 GHz and with Intel’s Turbo Boost enabled, clock speed can be increased up to 4.1 GHz.The Intel® C216 platform controller hub chipset is used with the HP Z220’s core architecture.
The Z220 support both DDR3 ECC and non-ECC un-buffered memory DIMMs, for up to 1600MHz speed with two memory channels and each channel with two DIMMs are supported.
The z220 SFF has an internal 3.5-inch drive bay and an external 5.25-inch drive bay with support for 250 GB, up to 2 TB, SATA (7200 rpm) up to 300 GB, SATA (10000 rpm) 128 GB and up to 300 GB, SATA Solid State Drive options.
Global Nettech offers HP Z220 workstation with Intel HD Graphics or NVIDIA Quadro 600 Pro 3D graphics and Dual NVIDIA NVS 310 2D graphics to take presentations to the next level, and bring work to life offers accessibility to the r high-performance 2D, 3D, video and media-rich applications from remote locations.
This workstation has four integrated super-speed USB 3.0 ports. This enables for ten times quicker data transfer than USB 2.0 ports.The z220 can run operating systems like Windows 8, Windows 7, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation and SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop.
Moreover, z220 supports 240W 90% efficient, wide-ranging, Active Power Factor Correction and if a video card is installed, then 400-watt 90% efficient power supply can be used.
GlobalNettech offers HP Z220 SFF workstation for short term rent or leases within your budget price for a solid entry-level workstation which can provide workstation performance with next-generation graphics at modest prices one would expect from a desktop PC.
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