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Muthu_24
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HP PROLIANT DL380 GEN9 SERVER DVI CARD ADDITION

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Hi,

 

we have HP PROLIANT DL380 GEN9 SERVER but it does not have dvi card . we want to add same and  we got model from HP spare parts lists but we dont know which one to select and same will support  CE600 DVI KVM EXTENDER or not? Please suggest us to select which type to select.

 

NVIDIA Quadro K2200 graphics accelerator board - Requires one PCIe x16 slot - Has 4-GB GDDR5 memory with 80 GB/s bandwidth, 640 CUDA (Compute Unified Device Architecture) cores, and integrated fan - Has one DVI-D port and two DP 1.2 ports
783874-001
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NVIDIA Quadro K4200 graphics accelerator board - Requires one PCIe x16 slot - Has 4-GB GDDR5 memory with 173 GB/s bandwidth, 1344 CUDA (Compute Unified Device Architecture) cores, and integrated fan - Has one DVI-D port and two DP 1.2 ports
783875-001
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NVIDIA Quadro K6000 Graphics Accelerator board - Requires two PCIe3 x16 slot - Has 12 GB GDDR5 memory with 288 GB/s bandwidth, 2880 CUDA (Compute Unified Device Architecture) cores, and integrated fan - Has two DVI-D port and two DP 1.2 ports
736859-001
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Thanks in advance

 

 

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DGroves
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while i see no reason preventing any of your listed choices working with the KVM model you mention.

 

i'm currious as to why you posted here insted of asking the kvm maker directly via their web site or via phone support

or via email

 

http://www.aten.com/au/en/products/kvm/kvm-extenders/ce600/

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