32GB PC3-14900 DDR3 LRDIMM 4x @ $150 of better

StevenDTX

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Offer accepted. 4 lots @ $105 per lot.

We shall see if they are real. $0.82/GB is super cheap.
 

Propaganda

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Offer accepted. 4 lots @ $105 per lot.

We shall see if they are real. $0.82/GB is super cheap.
I'm still running through memtest on them but so far no errors. Is there a way to check that they are "real"? Mine had the HP stickers on them per the seller's listing.
 

StevenDTX

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I'm still running through memtest on them but so far no errors. Is there a way to check that they are "real"? Mine had the HP stickers on them per the seller's listing.
I meant more along the lines as to whether or not the seller actually ships them. I missed the part where you already received yours.

Have to be slightly skeptical of new eBay accounts.
 

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I offered 115/ea for 5 sets of the original and he bit, i know i might have gotten cheaper, but didnt want to get underbid either :p

28.75/32Gb DIMM is insane pricing for server stuff
 

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Damn. I don't need any more of DDR3R but it was really hard to restrain myself. But I managed /flex
Chinese manufacturers should be making PCIe x16 RAM disk cards taking registered DDR3 instead of those janky X79/X99 mobos. That would have been a hit.
 

Samir

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Chinese manufacturers should be making PCIe x16 RAM disk cards taking registered DDR3 instead of those janky X79/X99 mobos. That would have been a hit.
And the kicker would have been that it would have been faster too. It's what makes an infinidat storage array quicker than a normal nvme array:
Dell, Please Stop Calling PowerMax the World’s Fastest Storage Array - Faster than All-Flash, Part 2


The challenge would have been figuring out a battery solution for keeping the dram powered all the time.
 

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I'm still running through memtest on them but so far no errors. Is there a way to check that they are "real"? Mine had the HP stickers on them per the seller's listing.
you can run dmidecode to get the info on the eeprom i think.. should have manufacturer / serial number / part number. of course, someone meticulous enough can "fake" that too...
 
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StevenDTX

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All of mine arrived yesterday. Talk about fast shipping. I wont be able to start testing it until tomorrow.
 
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