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Crucial 64GB (32GB x 2) ECC DDR3 Server RAM £138.85 at Amazon

£138.85 @ Amazon
Was looking at RAM when I stumbled across this. Only two in stock but is extremely cheap for what it is (You'll struggle to get 32GB in 4x8GB configuration much cheaper). I would've bought both for my… Read More
Tonyg89 Avatar
5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Was looking at RAM when I stumbled across this. Only two in stock but is extremely cheap for what it is (You'll struggle to get 32GB in 4x8GB configuration much cheaper). I would've bought both for myself but don't have a system I can use it in.
Specs are:
DDR3-1333
CL=9
ECC
1.35V
2x 32GB

Edit: I should clarify it will only work on a server board/board with ECC support.

Should be good for a kodi box... ;)

The Crucial product page can be found here Product Page
Tonyg89 Avatar
5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Only really good for a server board or unless your board supports ECC
#2
ando
Only really good for a server board or unless your board supports ECC
Good point. I've updated the post.

Edited By: Tonyg89 on Nov 09, 2016 20:14
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Also RDIMM - Registered memory
#4
8GB sticks of DDR3 ECC Registered are about £10 on ebay, maybe £11. This is useful though if you've run out of DIMM slots though. If I had the cash I'd buy them as my workstation's got one socket's worth of DIMMs out of action. 16 cores across 2 sockets paired with 4 DIMMs kinda sucks but is usable :)

Edited By: CampGareth on Nov 09, 2016 21:07
#5
Good for pre-latest mac pro series or earlier upgraded ones.
#6
CampGareth
8GB sticks of DDR3 ECC Registered are about £10 on ebay, maybe £11. This is useful though if you've run out of DIMM slots though. If I had the cash I'd buy them as my workstation's got one socket's worth of DIMMs out of action. 16 cores across 2 sockets paired with 4 DIMMs kinda sucks but is usable :)


1st world problem :D

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