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Old 03-07-2011, 05:01 PM
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Default PT9 HD2 ACCEL PCI-X w/ HP Z400

Has anybody had success using PCI-X HD2 in an HPZ400 using the 2 32-bit PCI slots. I've read the HP tech documents and it says the HP Z400 supports both 5 & 3 volt PCI cards.

I don't want to buy an expansion chassis. I really want to try and use the cards rather then switch to HD Native at this point. These used to be in a Mac G5.

I know that the official documentation says the HP Z400 is approved for use with HD2.... BUT it is very unclear about PCI-X systems. Basically, the only specified configs for PCI-X cards are with an expansion chassis. I've heard of others using PCI-X PT9 HD setups on win 7, but not so clear on what CPU's work well.

Thanks for your input!

Jonathon
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