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08-14-2019 03:06 PM - edited 08-14-2019 03:07 PM
While HP has provided an SLI connector pver the years, the only part number in or near that the Quadro 5000 time frame (2011) I could find is FZ559AA / T77002 HF:
|Chipset/GPU Manufacturer:||NVIDIA||Memory Size:||4GB|
|MPN:||FZ559AA||Compatible Port/Slot:||PCI Express x16|
> But I think the above predates the 5000. The above works with 4GB of GDDR3 while the Quadro 5000 is 2.5GB of GDDR5.
The Quadro 5000 from 2011, having an average Passmark 3D score of 2855, can easily be surpassed by Kepler or Maxwell. A very good value for example is the K4200 4GB, PCIe 2.0, 256-bit and with 1344 CUDA cores, - about $140 and Passmark = 4469. If the applications are very demanding, the Quadro P2000 5GB is very capable: PCIe 3.0, 160-bit, 1024 CUDA, and Passmark = 7268. The P2000 is a modern GPU that would be useful for a longer period. For a system of the z820's potential, it seems that a Q 5000 may represent a potential performance limitation using current applications. There is also the question of WS applications that can not use multiple GPU's. If practical, consider the advantages of consolidating the GPU into a single, more modern card.
Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
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