Thin Clients: HP 


These are the HP thin clients that I've tinkered with. Click on a particular model for more details on it:

ModelVintageProcessorSpeed MemoryPower consumption
gt7720 2011?AMD Turion 2.3GHz (x2)1GB2GBPC2-6400S0W40W-60W
gt7725 2011?AMD Turion 2.3GHz (x2)1GB2GBPC2-6400S0W40W-60W
t420 2015AMD GX-209JA 1GHz (x2)8GB2GB-0W7W
t430 2018Intel Celeron N4000 1.1GHz (x2)32GB4GB-1W18W
t510 2012VIA Eden X2 U4200 1GHz1GB2GBPC3-128000W8W-19W
t520 2012AMD GX-212JC 1.2GHz (x2)8GB2GBDDR3L?W?W
t530 2017AMD GX-215JJ 1.5GHz (x2)8GB4GBDDR4-18660W9W
t610 201?AMD T56N 1.65GHz1GB-16GB2GB/4GBPC3-12800?W17W-22W
t620 2014AMD GX-415GA 1.65GHz (x2)1GB-16GB2GB/4GBDDR3L6W16W
t630 2016AMD GX-420GI 2GHz (x4)8GB-128GB4GB-32GBDDR4?W?W
t640 2019AMD Ryzen R1505G 2.4GHz (x4)16GB-512GB4GB-32GBDDR4?W?W
t740 2019AMD Ryzen V1756B 3.25GHz (x8)16GB-512GB4GB-32GBDDR41W20W
t5000 1G 2003Transmeta Crusoe TM5800 1GHz256MB256MBPC21007W14W-18W
t5125 2005VIA Eden 400MHz32MB128MB-0W16W
t5135 2007VIA Eden 400MHz64MB128MB-0W16W
t5145 2009VIA Eden 500MHz128MB512MBPC2-53001W~14W
t5300 2004Transmeta Crusoe TM5600 533MHz32MB64MB-0W9W
t5325 2010Marvell Kirkwood SOC (ARM) 1.2GHz512MB512MB-0W~11W
t5515 2004Transmeta Crusoe TM5700 800MHz32MB64MB-0W11W
t5520 2006VIA Nehamiah 800MHz64MB128MB-7W18W-24W
t5530 2007VIA C7 800MHz64MB128MB-0W~18W
t5540 2009VIA Eden 1GHz128MB512MBPC2-53001W~14W
t5545 2009VIA Eden 1GHz512MB512MBPC2-53001W~14W
t5570 2011VIA Nano u3500 1GHz2GB1GBPC3-10660W~11W
t5630w 2010VIA Eden 1GHz2GB1GBPC2-53001W~14W
t5700 2004Transmeta Crusoe TM5800 1GHz256MB256MBPC21000W9W-14W
t5710 2006Transmeta Crusoe TM5700 800MHz512MB256MBPC27004W18W
t5720 2009AMD Geode NX1500 1GHz512MB512MBPC27004W~24W
t5730 2009AMD Sempron 2100+ 1GHz1GB1GBPC2-53000W20W-24W
t5740 2009Intel Atom N280 1.6GHz2GB2GBPC3-106001W12W


Vintage is the year of manufacture of the unit I have.

The "Memory Type" column indicates the type of RAM memory fitted. If there is just a dash present then the RAM is soldered to the board and not replaceable. Something in brackets indicates that it is replaceable in some models but not others. Generally the memory form factor is SODIMM. It says DIMM if it isn't.
  PC100/PC133 is a 144-pin SODIMM.
  PCxxxx is a 200-pin DDR SODIMM.
  PC2-xxxx is DDR2 200-pin SODIMM.
I'd take the actual speed rating with a pinch of salt - I guess what's fitted may be determined by market prices and I've seen high speed memory fitted in some thin clients that exceeds the capabilities of the in-built memory controller.


Any comments? email me.    Last update September 2021