HP ProLiant DL385p Generation 8 (Gen8)
With enhanced innovations in performance, feature flexibility, and management capabilities, the DL385p Gen8 is the price/performance choice for your virtualization, database, and high performance computing workloads.
Quick removal access panel
PCIe Slots (Slots 1-3 top to bottom)
2.PCIe Slots (Slots 4-6 top to bottom)
3.First AMD Processor
3.Power supply 1
4.Power supply 1 Power LED
5.Power supply 1 Power connection
6.Hot-plug fans, full N+1 redundancy
6.Power supply 2 Power connection
8.Power On/Standby button & system power LED button
8.Power supply 2
10.USB connectors (4)
11.Systems Insight Display
14.8 SFF HDD Bays
14.FlexibleLOM ports (Shown: 4 ports 1Gb each-Port 1-4 starting Right to Left)
15.Optional Slim Optical Bay
NOTE: For the Standard Features shipped in the “Factory Integrated Models”, please see the “Configuration Information – Factory Integrated Models” section.
One of the following depending on model
AMD Opteron™ 6386SE (2.8GHz/16-core/16MB/140W TDP) Processor
AMD Opteron™ 6380 (2.5GHz/16-core/16MB/115W TDP) Processor
AMD Opteron™ 6378 (2.4GHz/16-core/16MB/115W TDP) Processor
AMD Opteron™ 6376 (2.3GHz/16-core/16MB/115W TDP) Processor
AMD Opteron™ 6366HE (1.8GHz/16-core/16MB/85W TDP) Processor
AMD Opteron™ 6348 (2.8GHz/12-core/16MB/115W TDP) Processor
AMD Opteron™ 6344 (2.6GHz/12-core/16MB/115W TDP) Processor
AMD Opteron™ 6328(3.2GHz/8-core/16MB/115W TDP) Processor
AMD Opteron™ 6308 (3.5GHz/4-core/16MB/115W TDP) Processor
NOTE: Mixing different processor models is not supported.
NOTE: All processors support up to 1600MHz DDR3 memor
HP ROM (Read Only Memory) is now digitally signed using HP’s Corporate Signing Service. This signature is verified before the flash process starts, reducing accidental programming and preventing malicious efforts to corrupt system ROM.
HP ROM provides for essential initialization and validation of hardware components before control is passed to the customer-installed operating system. The ROM also provides the capability of booting from various fixed media (HDD, CD-ROM) and removable media (USB), to continue operation to the operating system.
HP ROM performs very early configuration of the video controller, to allow monitoring of initialization progress via an attached monitor. If configuration or hardware errors are discovered during this early phase of hardware initialization, suitable messages are now displayed on the connected monitor. Additionally, these configuration or hardware errors are logged to the Integrated Management Log (IML) to assist in diagnosis.
HP’s ProLiant ROM is used to configure the following:
Processor and chipset status registers
System memory, memory map, and memory initialization
System hardware configuration (Integrated PCI devices and optional PCIe cards).
Customer-specific BIOS configuration (using the HP ROM-Based Setup Utility (RBSU).