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I'm looking for P/N 751364-001 internal header cable for HP Thunderbolt 2 card F3F43AT/753732-001

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Hello.
I hope everyone is well.
I am looking for a HP THUNDERBOLT-2  F3F43AT / 753732-001 card with the HP 751364-001 Internal header cable.

The header cable is specific to the Z230 Workstation..

Here's an example of the card with a header cable for the Zx40 models from ebay.

 

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/HP-THUNDERBOLT-2-753732-001-I-O-Card-With-Cable-751366-001-751365-001/19...


Can anyone help me?

Ive read the following;

 

https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c04283970

 

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/HP-Thunderbolt-2-P...

 

https://usermanual.wiki/Hp/HpThunderbolt2Pcie1PortIOCardSetupAndInstall139979.2056029670.pdf

 

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Hp-z820-Thunderbol...

 

I'm wanting to add Thunderbolt to connect to an Audio Interface due to it's better round trip latency than USB.

I don't care about daisy chaining to a monitor.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Many Thanks,
Ken.

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kenk001
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Here's another link that references the card.

 

https://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?id=F3F43AA&opt=&sel=DEF

 

Many thanks (hopefully) in advance.

 

Ken.

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FYI,.......both HP and Dell use the same Intel Reference TBolt 2 card, however i suspect each company may use a different pinout on the motherboard dell may have published the motherboard TBolt 2 pinout so check them for a cable and board pinout

 

the pin connections on the TBolt 2 card remains the same between Dell/HP, only the motherboard pinout may be different

 

as long as you get the power and ground lines correct, using a multimeter, you can then by trial and error determine the other 3 lines

 

 

dell# GGTXK  is the Display port wrap thru cable

 

NK4P3 is the GPIO cable to the motherboard.

 

07HMHP is the Dell TBolt 2 card  part number

 

 

 

 

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Z230 Header cable highlighted in yellow.Z230 Header cable highlighted in yellow.

 

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Thanks DGroves.

 

The Z230 has only 2 header pins on the motherboard. The other models have more and seem, by the look of the cables to have some jumping going on.

 

I'm an electronics novice at best.

 

I wonder does anyone knows if the 2 header pins on the Z230 motherboard are power & ground?

 

I really appreciate you taking the time to reply DGroves.

 

Photo of motherboard headers attached.

 

InkedZ230 MB header_LI.jpg

 

 

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not having this system i obviously will be making a educated guess,

 

looking at this document

 

  1. small form factor models – the port is near the edge of the board
  2. Tower models – the port is between slots 3 and 4

 

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04293195

 

note the z230 illustration, it shows the 2 wires from the motherboard board connector labeled E102 go to the pins on the edge of the card this narrows down the possible connections as it will be only 2 pins so the question is which pin on the board to which pin on the card (only 2 ways to connect so you have a 50/50 chance to get it right the first time)  also does the header short any pins? i would guess it does not 

 

i suspect the 2 wires are sync signals or sync/ground if one is a ground, this can be confirmed using a multimeter simply touch one pin on the e102  to a known system ground and if it has continuity it;s a ground connection 

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