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  • Good: Incredible expandability, Blazing fast computing horsepower, Smooth rendering and export

    Bad: Weight, 2TB of memory not available until 3rd quarter 2015 when 128 GB DIMMs become available

    Fast. Stable. Expandable. Everything you need for professional video editing. While using PCIe SSD for storage, 2TB of DDR4 memory, and a NVIDIA Quadro K5200 for blazing fast graphics,  it would be hard to find a machine to top this workstation. Though fa...

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    Date: 1/20/2015

    Good: Dual 8-core Xeon processor and Nvidia Quadro graphics. 1,125-watt power supply. Thunderbolt port. Lots of internal expansion room. IT-friendly serviceability. Quiet.

    Bad: Expensive. Reqires HDMI adapter

    The HP Z840 is a high-end, dual-socket, professional workstation with two octo-core processors, prodigious expansion space, and ISV-certified graphics for your multi-million-dollar projects....

  • Good: Latest Xeon processors up to 3.6 GHz and up to 18 cores per processor; dual-processor support; 2,133 MHz DDR4 memory; can expand system RAM up to 2 TB when 128 GB DIMMs become available; PCIe-based SSD option; each of the 3.5-inch drive bays can hold two...

    Bad: The Z8 series no longer has a legacy PCI slot or built-in 1394 port. There's no onboard Thunderbolt 2, though it is available through an optional add-in card

    It's hard to find fault with the HP Z840. If you're a Mac user, you may wonder why there isn't an onboard Thunderbolt connector. HP does support Thunderbolt 2, though that support is limited to an optional add-in card. You might just want a different conf...

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