System Technical Specifications
BIOS Boot Spec 1.01+
BIOS Power On
ROM Based Computer
Setup Utility (F10)
Flash Recovery with Video
Memory Change Alert
Remote ROM Flash
Configuration and Power
ASF 2.0 Compliant
Instantly Available PC
(Suspend to RAM - ACPI
sleep state S3)
Installation via F12 (PXE
2.1) (Remote Boot from
ROM revision levels
System board revision
Auto Setup when new
Keyboard-less Operation The system can be booted without a keyboard.
Provides more control over how and from what devices the workstation will boot.
Users can define a specific date and time for the system to power on.
Review and customize system configuration settings controlled by the BIOS.
Recovers system BIOS in corrupted Flash ROM.
Saves BIOS settings to USB flash device in human readable file. Repsetup.exe utility can then replicate
these settings on machines being deployed without entering Computer Configuration Utility (F10 Setup).
System Management BIOS 2.7.1, for system management information.
Disables the ability to boot from removable media on supported devices.
Alerts management console if memory is removed or changed.
Monitors the temperature state within the chassis. Three modes:
NORMAL - normal temperature ranges.
ALERTED - excessive temperatures are detected. Raises a flag so action can be taken to avoid
shutdown or provide for a smoother system shutdown.
SHUTDOWN - excessive temperatures are encountered. Automatically shuts down the computer
without warning before hardware component damage occurs.
Provides secure, fail-safe ROM image management from a central network console.
Allows the system to enter and resume from low power modes (sleep states).
Enables an operating system to control system power consumption based on the dynamic workload.
Makes it possible to place individual cards and peripherals in a low-power or powered-off state without
affecting other elements of the system.
Supports ACPI 2.0 for full compatibility with 64-bit operating systems.
A user-defined string stored in non-volatile memory that is displayed in the BIOS splash screen.
System administrators can power on, restart, and power off a client computer from a remote location.
Allows for very low power consumption with quick resume time.
Allows a new or existing system to boot over the network and download software, including the operating
Reports the system BIOS revision level in Computer Configuration Utility (F10 Setup). Version is available
through an industry standard interface (SMBIOS) so that management SW applications can use and report
Allows management SW to read revision level of the system board.
Revision level is digitally encoded into the HW and cannot be modified.
Assesses system health at boot time with selectable levels of testing.
System automatically detects addition of new hardware.
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HP Z220 CMT Workstation