Samsung 16GB PC4 2400 DDR4 ECC Registered Memory Dell PowerEdge HP ProLiant RAM For Sale

Samsung 16GB PC4 2400 DDR4 ECC Registered Memory Dell PowerEdge HP ProLiant RAM


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Samsung 16GB PC4 2400 DDR4 ECC Registered Memory Dell PowerEdge HP ProLiant RAM:
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Samsung 16GB PC4-2400T DDR4 19200MHz 1Rx4 ECC Registered Server Memor
SERVER MEMORY - NOT FOR STANDARD PCs or desktops
Certain systems take both registered and unbuffered DIMMs. The two types cannot be mixed. Please make sure you need Registered DIMMs before buying this item. This memory will not work in standard desktops. It is for servers only.

Compatible with:

Dell PowerEdge R420 R530 R630 R730 R830 R930 T430 T630

Dell Precision T5810 T7810 T7910

HP ProLiant ML DL Gen 9 servers

Many other brand name server motherboards such as SuperMicro Tyan which take this type of memory

PLEASE CONSULT YOUR SYSTEM MANUAL OR SEND US A MESSAGE FOR COMPATIBILITY QUESTIONS IF YOU ARE NOT SURE IF IT WILL WORK


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Memory expert since 1990. All parts are tested and guaranteed compatible.

No hassle exchanges. Brand name parts only-No unknown and overclocked parts.

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