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This machine has 2 PCIe 3.0 x16 slots, can it run two Tesla P40 GPUs for machine learning task?


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not that hard to go to the nvidia webpage or use google and find out the wattage the p40 draws at max which is 250 watts per card

 

think you can look at the HP "quickspecs" and see if your system has any approved dual video card configuration that matches this wattage using the stock or optional upgraded power supply

(hint, look at the nvidia quadro P series cards then the listed systems hardware config power draw)

which is 250 watts/515 watts  the RTX 8000 card is also approved in single/dual configurations

note the dual config for some video cards may have some restrictions on allowed configurations

 

https://h20195.www2.hp.com/v2/getpdf.aspx/c05527761.pdf?ver=8

 

last, HP also has a workstation document on video card configurations that are approved

 

https://www.also.com/ec/cms5/media/img/2800/microsites_6/hp_6/campaign_images/graphic_cards.pdf

 

reading the above links will provide you with your answer and hopefully most future questions'

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HP Recommended

not that hard to go to the nvidia webpage or use google and find out the wattage the p40 draws at max which is 250 watts per card

 

think you can look at the HP "quickspecs" and see if your system has any approved dual video card configuration that matches this wattage using the stock or optional upgraded power supply

(hint, look at the nvidia quadro P series cards then the listed systems hardware config power draw)

which is 250 watts/515 watts  the RTX 8000 card is also approved in single/dual configurations

note the dual config for some video cards may have some restrictions on allowed configurations

 

https://h20195.www2.hp.com/v2/getpdf.aspx/c05527761.pdf?ver=8

 

last, HP also has a workstation document on video card configurations that are approved

 

https://www.also.com/ec/cms5/media/img/2800/microsites_6/hp_6/campaign_images/graphic_cards.pdf

 

reading the above links will provide you with your answer and hopefully most future questions'

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Thanks, I appreciate the help. It looks like it should have enough power.

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