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HP z440
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I found a web site that will custom build a z440 with a Intel Xeon E5-2687 v3 SR1Y6) installed.  The white paper states that the e5-26xx is compatible with the z440. So, is the Intel Xeon E5-2687 v4 (SR2NA) also compatible?

I currently have a E5-1680 v4 and a E5-2687 v4 would be a substantial upgrade.  I am also hoping it will access my memory at its rated speed of 2133Mhz and not the current speed of 1866Mhz

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@chwhnd 

 

Please use the following document

 

        https://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/getpdf.aspx/c04400038.pdf

 

There are many options/configurations. You need to work this out depending on existing hardware on your machine.

 

Regards.

BH
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Thanks for the reply I have researched but HP doesn't always tell you everything.  I have the following manuals:

HP Z440 Maintenance and Service Guide
HP Z440 QuickSpecs
HP Z440 Technical white paper
HP Z440 User Guide

 

You can purchase a ready built z440 with a E5-2687W V3 installed, but I can't find out if the v4 which is a 12 core will also work.

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Here is my current configuration. E5-1680 v4, 96GB RAM, 3 x 500GB SSD, 2 x 16TB HDD, 1 x 12TB HDD, GTX 1060 3GB Video, Windows 10 1909 and PrimoCache.  I have it connected to a Samsung 75” Q90R & Q90R sound bar.  The RAM is Samsung 2133Mhz but my system is only running it at 1866Mhz and I don’t know what the problem is there.

I currently have a E5-1680 v4 and a E5-2687 v4 would be a substantial upgrade.  I am also hoping it will access my memory at its rated speed of 2133Mhz and not the current speed of 1866Mhz

I do realize my E5-1680 is a 140W CPU and the E5-2687 is a 160W, but will that make that big a difference I have never had a CPU over heat.

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