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Turning my HP ML350p Gen8 Server into an desktop PC for editing video.

 
Bob42
Occasional Visitor

Turning my HP ML350p Gen8 Server into an desktop PC for editing video.

Hello everyone,

 

I am new here and hope to find some answers to my question without annoying you.

I assume most of you guys are experts.

 

My question to you:

 

Can anybody recommend me a graphic card AND give me ideas (or even name people or businesses to help me) on turning my server into a fast machine for video editing?

 

Does it make sense anyway? What are the options? It happens to be that I got this machine and now I want to use it.

Is it financially viable to do so? Or do I pay more at the end assembling all the parts?

 

Any answer is highly appreciated.

 

Thanks a lot.

 

Bob

 

 

P.S. This thread has been moved from ProLiant Servers - Netservers to ProLiant Servers (ML,DL,SL). - Hp Forum Moderator

1 REPLY
Jimmy Vance
HPE Pro

Re: Turning my HP ML350p Gen8 Server into an desktop PC for editing video.

From the quickspecs:

 

NOTE: Only the below listed Graphics cards are HP standard supported options in this
server.

NOTE: The ML350p Gen8 supports up to 3 graphic cards. HP Graphic Card Support Kit
(660582-B21) will be required per Graphic Card.

NOTE: Please see the HP Power Advisor for estimated power consumption of your
individual system configuration prior to installing GPUs. The HP Power Advisor is
located at: www.hp.com/go/hppoweradvisor.

 

HP Graphic Card Support Kit 660582-B21

NVIDIA Quadro K2000 PCI-E Graphics Adapter 753959-B21
NVIDIA Quadro K4000 PCI-E Graphics Adapter 730870-B21
NVIDIA Quadro K5000 PCI-E Graphics Adapter 730872-B21
NVIDIA Quadro K6000 PCI-E Graphics Adapter 730874-B21
NVIDIA Tesla K40C 12 GB Computational Accelerator 753960-B21

 

NOTE: Min/Max rule does not apply to this option. However maximum of Three HP
Graphic Card Support Kit can be selected. This Graphic Card Support Kit must be
selected along with Graphic cards only.

NOTE: For all NVIDIA cards, OS support is for 64-bit versions only; Red Hat Enterprise
Linux Server Editions 5.x & 6.x, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Edition SLES11 SPx,
Windows Server 2012 R2

 

Even if you don't get one of the HP supported controllers, you will still need the card support kit for power connections

 

 




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