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Karthikeya Bharadwaj
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Power calculator for HP 9000 and Integrity servers

Hi

Is anyone aware of the power calculator for 9000 series and Integrity servers.

thanks in Advance
Karthik
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Torsten.
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Re: Power calculator for HP 9000 and Integrity servers

Hi,

I guess you will find here what you need (the data, not a calculator) - the quickspecs:

http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/North_America/North_America.html

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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rick jones
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Re: Power calculator for HP 9000 and Integrity servers

If the specs you find don't list "typical" (for whatever that may mean) don't necessarily get worried if the power supply ratings seem rather high. The power supplies for a system are often rated for not just maximum configuration, but maximum configuration in the expected lifetime of the chassis. That means they can be a bit on the high side.
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