Tested for Key Functions, R2/Ready for Resale
HP Z800 Workstation Combines ultimate performance with a revolutionary new industrial design and delivers the extreme speed and massive expandability that is demanded to tackle your biggest challenges.
Designed for speed, inside and out, the new HP Z800 revolutionizes workstation industrial design. Featuring brushed aluminum side panels, integrated handles, visually cable-less engineering that maximizes airflow, modular component removal and reconnect, this is a system you’ll want everyone to see.
HP Z800 Workstations are fully refurbished and come standard with a 30 day Warranty! Our refurbished HP Z800 workstations were pulled from a climate controlled facility. The exterior of the HP Z800 workstation has minor scuffs and scratches consistent with normal use. At PC Server and Parts we stand behind our used HP workstations.
HP Z800 Refurbish Process: The refurbishing process consists of both physical appearance of the workstation chassis and components, as well as full diagnostics. We do not use ghost images. They are unreliable across multiple configurations and third party components. When a server goes out our door, we know that it is ready for a full production environment.
HP Z800 Testing and Build Process: The PC Server and Parts in-house tech department starts by updating the bios, configuring the controller and building an array, updating the drivers and firmware, installing Windows operating system (optional) and proceed to run full diagnostics. We also update the components like the system RAID Array, network interface and other HP drivers to their latest version.
|Product line:||HP Z-Series|
|Processor(s):||2x Intel Xeon X5670 2.93GHz|
|Memory:||96GB RAM (12x 8GB)|
|Hard Drives:||Choose HDD|
|Video:||Choose Options Above|
|Warranty:||Choose Options Above|
These units are in used condition and the brushed aluminum side panels may have some scuffs/scratches throughout.
PC Server and Parts' certified technicians perform critical operations on each system before leaving our facility
- Set up the BIOS
- Configure the controllers
- Build an array ( if applicable )
- Update the drivers and firmware
- Install the operating system (if applicable)and run diagnostics.