CHEAP and 64GB don't exist! LOL.I need some cheap 64gb lrdimms. where you got them?
what about 64gb ddr3 lrdimm?CHEAP and 64GB don't exist! LOL.
Compared to cheap\deal 32GB they're still 4x as much or more.
$215-240\Each on eBay is what I've gotten them for.
These are DDR4 2400mhz, and I've gotten them from a couple sellers and mostly was to complete 2-sets of 64GB as I got off-numbers because qty left was random.
DDR3 is end-of-life in the corporate world. All that hardware has to go somewhere.
So the way I always check is by doing searches on the memory itself and look at the 'memory upgrade' sites that list what machines the memory is compatible with. Then you can research an individual machine that suits your fancy.Honest question here: I've been trying to follow the 'cheap' massive stick ram sizes with 'what motherboard' takes them. Except it's a royal PITA- if there's an easier way, I'd be really happy to know it.
Why? Ramdisk. Because.
So is the reason the ram is cheap because the mobos are expensive ? Or because there's nothing out there to use them in ?
One of my sticks is bad I think, still narrowing it down but i'm pretty sure it was from this shipment. If anyone got a bunch of sticks off the deal and need to get rid of one let me know.
That's why I saidIt is interesting that memtest86 (v4.3.7) didn't appear to catch anything. But now I got an MCA error in freenas and looking back i see errors in the bios log after my testing.
For ECC memory make sure to check SEL (system event log in BIOS or BMC) after the test.