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ProLiant ML150 G3

ProLiant ML150 G3

(OP)
Hi All,

My question is, can this server use quad core Xeon processors? It has a single dual core Xeon 5110 processor and I'm interested in getting a couple of quad cores for it.
If so, what is the highest spec Xeon that could be put in it? There really is a scarcity of definative info on the HP website.

Cheers,

Matt.

RE: ProLiant ML150 G3

It looks like you might be able to upgrade to dual quad core processors. From the link below...

Quote:

NOTE:
Future upgradeable to Xeon® Series 5300 Quad-Core, or 5100 Dual-Core processors (Please
contact your regional sales support to determine quad core upgradeability. Some of the earlier shipping
models may not support this upgrade)

http://h18004.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/1252...

It also lists which processors it can be upgraded to. For this I would contact HP for advice.

RE: ProLiant ML150 G3

(OP)
Thanks Sam. I might have to contact HP then. Worth a try.

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