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-[* black] HP Z820 Repairability Score: 10 out of 10 (10 is easiest to repair)
- [* green] Insanely modular
- [* green] No tools required, so many handy levers make repairs super intuitive
- [* green] Schematic on the panel, and loads of repair manuals online
- [* green] Very few screws when you finally do need tools
- [* green] No proprietary screws prevent the replacement of parts, though there are Torx security screws in the motherboard that may need transferring I guess.
+[* black] HP Z820 Repairability Score: ***10 out of 10*** (10 is easiest to repair)
+ [* green] The Z820 is insanely modular, even for a PC desktop, and full of user-replaceable and upgradeable parts.
+ [* green] A whole mess of parts can be pulled out without touching a screwdriver: power supply, hard drives, RAM, optical drives, PCI expansion cards, motherboard assembly, and several fans.
+ [* green] The heat sink screws are combination flathead/Torx, which pairs accessibility with quality.
[* green] lots of room for upgrades means hecka longevity.
- [* yellow] More steps than you'd expect to get to RAMs? And Processors maybe?
+ [* green] HP created and shares an [http://h20464.www2.hp.com/resultsCSR.htm?prodSeriesId=5225041&MEID=FB48E62E-F3D3-4659-8A65-E0DB59754F96|entire set of repair and replacement manuals|new_window=true] with the world, empowering anyone to fix their devices. Way to go HP!