HP ProLiant SL165z G6 Parts

Unique Options
NOTE: This is needed to help with cooling if a tray is removed from the z6000.
NOTE: This is needed when using Fiber cables.
NOTE: This is needed to mount the 1U blanking panel back with server when the server is recessed mounted.
NOTE: This is required when adding BBWC.
NOTE: This is optional to give the best cooling efficiency when server trays are not configured exactly the same in the z6000 chassis.
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Memory
NOTE: All DDR3 memory option kits consist of one DIMM per kit. For detailed memory configuration rules and guidelines, please use the Online DDR3 Memory Configuration Tool:www.hp.com/go/ddr3memory-configurator.
NOTE: Kits described as LP include Low Power DIMMs. For more information on ProLiant Energy Efficient Features, see: www.hp.com/go/proliant-energy-efficient.
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Drives
NOTE: The components of a storage subsystem (e.g. the drive, the HBA/controller, firmware, and the server backplane) should operate at the same data transfer rate or the system bandwidth will be negotiated down to an acceptable level for all components.
NOTE: The hard drives use a quick release carrier.
NOTE: One 2 Drive SFF Drive Cage (582657-B21) is required when installing 2 SFF drives.
SATA Entry (ETY) Drives - with quick-release (QR) carrier
SATA Midline (MDL) Drives - with quick-release (QR) carrier
SATA Midline (MDL) Solid State Drives - with quick-release (QR) carrier
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Networking
Gigabit Ethernet Adapters
10 Gigabit Ethernet Adapters
NOTE: No more than two 10GbE I/O devices are supported in a single ProLiant server. 
NOTE: A minimum of two Gigabytes (2 GB) of server memory is required per each NC522SFP adapter.
NOTE: Direct Attach Cable (DAC) for copper environments or fiber transceivers and cables for fiber-optic environments must be purchased separately.
NOTE: Please see the QuickSpecs for Technical Specifications and additional information:www.hp.com/go/ProLiantNICs
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InfiniBand
NOTE: Please see the QuickSpecs for additional information:http://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/GetHTML.aspx?docname=c04155383
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Power Supplies
NOTE: Prior to making a power supply selection it is highly recommended that the HP Power Advisor is run to determine the right size power supply for your server configuration. The HP Power Advisor is located at: www.hp.com/go/hppoweradvisor
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Storage Controllers
SCSI HBA
NOTE: Please see the following QuickSpecs for Technical Specifications and additional information:
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Modular Smart Array
Disk Enclosures
NOTE: Please see the following QuickSpecs for Technical Specifications and additional information:
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Last updated: 11/29/2020

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