HP's xw6200 Workstation computer is a small example of a traditional desktop tower machine. It's a highly customisable model; users can tailor the xw6200 into a no-frills business machine or a more powerful computer with expanded graphical and processing capabilities.
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The height and depth of the xw6200's case both measure 17.3 inches. The face's width comes in at 6.5 inches. The machine weighs an average of 15.9kg, though non-standard configurations can result in a heavier or lighter machine. The case design allows users to access the system's internal components without tools for ease of upgrade or repair. It also has brackets for making the system rackable, allowing multiple systems to work together in small spaces.
The xw6200 runs either a single or double Intel Xeon processor, with compatible speeds between 2.80 GHz and 3.80 GHz. It houses a 2MB L2 cache. The processor runs on Intel's E7525 chipset. The case can fit two SATA hard drives with HP offering options with a maximum storage capacity of 1 TB. HP sells the system without a monitor. HP makes both Windows and Linux distributions available as pre-installed operating systems.
HP designed the xw6200 with expansion and customisation in mind. It comes with four legacy PCI expansion slots, a single PCIe x8 slot and one PCIe x16 slot. HP offers an NVIDIA Quadro or ATI FireGL graphics card as an included component for one PCI slot. The front houses two 5.25 inch bays for optical drives and a single 3.5 inch bay compatible with floppy drives. The two internal hard disk bays measure 3.5 inches. The DDR2 SDRAM slots can handle up to eight GB of memory.
The rear of the xw6200 houses most of the built-in connection ports. It contains 3.5mm microphone, line-out and line-in audio jacks; six USB ports; PS/2 connectors for both mouse and keyboard devices; a serial port; a parallel port and a Ethernet port for network connectivity. The monitor connects to the graphics card housed in one of the system's PCI slots. The front adds two USB ports, two more audio jacks and an optional FireWire port.
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