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Adding Monitors; Using Workstation Integrated Graphics; Planning For Additional Monitors - HP Z210 Series User Manual

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Adding monitors

This section describes how to connect monitors to the workstation.

Using workstation integrated graphics

Depending on CPU configuration, some HP Z210 CMT and SFF workstations support Intel® HD
Graphics (integrated graphics) with simultaneous output to two monitors. Refer to the workstation
Maintenance and Service Guide on the Web at http://www.hp.com/support/workstation_manuals/,
or see
http://www.hp.com/go/workstations
NOTE:
If a PCIe or PCI graphics card is installed, Intel HD Graphics are disabled.
The HP Z210 CMT workstation provides rear-panel connectors for DisplayPort and DVI-I. (See
CMT Workstation rear panel components on page
The HP Z210 SFF workstation provides rear-panel connectors for DisplayPort and VGA. (See
SFF Workstation rear panel components on page

Planning for additional monitors

All graphics cards provided with HP Z Workstations support two simultaneous display monitors (see
Connecting the monitors on page
available. The process for adding monitors depends on your graphics card(s) and the type and number
of monitors you want to add.
Use this process to plan for adding more monitors:
1.
Assess your monitor needs:
Determine how many monitors you require.
Determine the kind of graphics performance that you want.
Note the type of graphics connector used by each monitor. HP provides graphics cards with
DisplayPort (DP) and DVI interfaces, but you can use adapters and third-party cards to
interface to other graphics formats, including DVI-I, HDMI, or VGA.
TIP:
to compare the cost of acquiring adapters versus the cost of getting a newer monitor that
doesn't need adapters.
2.
Determine if you need additional graphics cards:
Consult the graphics card documentation to determine how many monitors you can connect
to the card.
NOTE:
card with either Dual Link DVI or Display Port output. To get native resolution with DVI,
however, you must use a DL-DVI cable, not standard DVI-I or DVI-D cables.
If necessary, plan to acquire a new graphics card to drive additional monitors.
ENWW
23). Other cards that support more than two monitors are
Some adapters for older legacy hardware may cost more than others. You may want
You may need to acquire adapters to match the card output to the monitor connector.
(See
Matching graphics cards to monitor connectors on page
Monitors with resolutions above 1920 x 1200 pixels at 60Hz require a graphics
for additional information about your workstation.
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