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The G5, 5th generation HP Z-Series Workstations have been updated with the latest and greatest components for professional creators, designers, engineers, and data scientists.
HP G5 Workstation: HP G4 Z-Series towers were first introduced in 2017. New G5 Z-Series towers replace the G4 edition and the lineups are the HP Z4 G5, the HP Z6 G5, HP Z8 G5, and the Z8 Fury G5.
CPU: Latest generation Intel processors, which boast power-efficient accelerators to offload specialized functions and reserve compute cores. CPUs with 8x to 56x processing cores
RAM: Offer from 512GB to 2TB of faster DDR5 memory
Port: PCIe Gen5 has doubled the bandwidth and better support for NVMe and I/O devices
GPU: 2x to 4x double-wide, high-end GPUs
HP Z8 Fury G5 Workstation
Workloads: Deep learning, VFX, and virtual production.
CPU: A single CPU with up to 56 physical cores and 112 virtual threads.
RAM: Supports twice as much memory, at up to 2TB of DDR5 RAM, as the dual-socket Z8 G5.
GPU: With up to 4x dual slot 300W GPUs for GPU rendering, AI, or simulation.
HDD: Hot-swappable NVMe M.2 drive bays on the front of the system, which can be securely locked with a physical key.
Storage: The Fury can provide up to 120TB of storage across an assortment of devices.
HP Z8 G5 Workstation
Workload: CPU-intensive applications including rendering with real-time ray tracing, data visualization, and model training.
CPU: Dual sockets 4th Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors with up to 32 cores each and is geared towards users that need the maximum processing power of up to 64 cores.
Graphics card: It also supports two high-end graphics cards
RAM: up to 1TB of DDR5 memory.
HP Z6 G5 Workstation
CPU: Single socket Intel Xeon W-3400 Series workstation CPU with 12 to 36 cores, not including the flagship 56-core Intel Xeon w9-3495X.
It can support up to three double-height GPUs, higher memory bandwidth, and twice as much memory (up to 1 TB) as the HP Z4 G5.
HP Z4 G5 Workstation
CPU: Single-socket “Sapphire Rapids” CPU family Intel Xeon W-2400 Series, which is available with 6 to 24 cores.
RAM: It supports up to 512 GB of DDR5 memory
Graphics Card: Accommodate up to two dual-slot graphics cards including the latest “Ada Lovelace” NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada Generation with a PCIe 4.0 interface and 48 GB of GDDR6 memory, ideal for multi-GPU visualization and rendering applications.
Intel Xeon W-2400 and W-3400 Series workstation CPUs are supported on the Z4 G5 and HP Z6 G5, respectively.