Meet the HP Z6 G5 A: The Ultimate Workstation

Today, HP unveiled the newest addition to the Z by HP workstation lineup: the HP Z6 G5 A, a cutting-edge desktop workstation designed to meet the demanding needs of virtual production, 3D rendering, AI, and machine learning professionals. With the highest number of cores ever in a Z by HP workstation and the ability to configure up to 3 high-performance graphics cards, the Z6 G5 A is set to revolutionize productivity and performance.

Powered by the AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO CPU, the Z6 G5 A features up to 96 cores in a single workstation CPU, allowing users to create and render simultaneously on intensive projects. With space for up to 3 high-end NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada Generation GPUs or AMD GPUs and eight memory channels, the Z6 G5 A is perfect for tearing through virtual production, 3D modeling tasks, or complex, advanced data sets.

The Z6 G5 A can tear through virtual production or 3D modeling tasks as well as data science workflows like AI and machine learning. With an innovative system design and the new AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7000 WX-Series CPU, the Z6 G5 A packs a staggering number of cores into a single workstation for higher productivity.

The Z6 G5 A also offers plenty of room to expand as demands change, with space for up to three high-end GPUs and flexible storage options with front-accessible, hot-swappable NVMe drives for quick and easy access to large files. The redesigned layout of this generation Z by HP desktop workstation increases airflow, ensuring the system remains cool even at peak performance, while intelligent fan control tunes the fan speeds in real-time using over 20 temperature sensors to maintain whisper-quiet operation. With 360,000 hours of rigorous testing, MIL-STD testing, and certification for professional applications, the HP Z6 G5 A is built to endure. As part of the World’s Most Sustainable PC Portfolio, HP’s commitment to sustainability is reinforced in the design, built with 40% recycled plastics, and is planned to be EPEAT® Gold-certified, reflecting the company’s dedication to helping the environmental impact of its products.

In today’s hybrid work environment, being able to tap into exceptional remote performance is a top priority. The HP Anyware solution allows for a color-accurate, low-latency experience for 3D VFX, AI, and machine learning workflows under varying network connections, and the HP Anyware Remote System Controller enables IT managers to monitor and manage workstation fleets without compromising control. Additionally, the Z by HP Data Science Stack Manager streamlines access to the best open-source software solutions in a user-friendly platform for data scientists and AI creators. The HP Z6 G5 A supports WSL2, bringing the ability to run Linux within the Windows ecosystem and offering easy access to tools from the Z by HP Data Science Stack Manager and the new Z by HP AI Studio.

HP Z6 G5 A Features:

Create, render, process—all at once.

  • Do it all—with efficient performance per watt—on the Z6 G5 A. The system design packs up to 96 cores in a single workstation CPU1 with room for up to 3 high-end GPUs.

Expandable. Flexible. Whisper Quiet.

  • Designed to pack all the power and components you need now with room to grow—without throttling. Get maximum expandability with up to 6 PCIe slots (up to gen 5) and 12 NVMe SSDs.

Comprehensive Security. Trusted Reliability.

  • The Z6 G5 A has undergone 360K hours of rigorous testing, MIL-STD testing, and is certified for pro apps. With HP Wolf Security for Business, it’s protected below, in, and above the OS.

Discover the power of the HP Z6 G5 A workstation and revolutionize your workflow, unleashing new data-driven insights and unparalleled performance for your most demanding projects. Create, render, and process all at once with the new HP Z6 G5 A and unlock the full potential of your most demanding projects.

Pricing and Availability

  • The HP Z6 G5 A is expected to be available in November 2023 on with availability in select countries later this year

UPDATE: HP has told me that this will be available in Canada this December.

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