Crazy 32GB DDR4 ECC 3200MT/s UDIMM Pricing Crucial mta18asf4g72az-3g2r $60.48/stick for new customers

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A the bottom of the page there is a discount of 10% on the first order if you join their mailing list.

Looks like a good deal for NAS / Workstation system that use desktop CPUs.

Just over $2/gb delivered.
 

ribroc

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Nice catch!!! Checkout stalled on the order confirmation, but the email confirmation went through saying the order is being processed. I'm holding my breath for possible lack of fulfillment due to a pricing/stock error.

"Your order has been submitted and is currently being processed. You will receive another email with the details of your order within 48 hours."
 
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Hopefully the price will drop lower as DDR5 ECC UDIMM becomes more generally available.

At this price wish I ordered more from the CDW outlet deal - 32GB 3200Mhz ECC UDIMM for $29/ea but if its any consolation, all the motherboards I’m interested in use DDR5
 

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Ugghhh they ship with UPS mail innovations.... so that means my tracking will not update at all :(
 
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Ugghhh they ship with UPS mail innovations.... so that means my tracking will not update at all :(
I was just about to comment that mine said they shipped out on Tuesday, but the tracking number does not work in UPS (where it's linked to) or USPS. I forgot about stupid UPS mail innovations; what's the point of a tracking number that doesn't track anything?
 

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So I'm running these "Kingston Technology 32GB 3200MHZ DDR4 ECC CL22 DIMM 2RX8 Micron E @ $167.91 each" (I'm pretty sure they are KSM32ED8/ME) that I got from Provantage back in 2021, alongside 32GB of Samsung M391A2K43BB1-CRC for a total of 96GB on my 5950X. What's nice is that I will then have a full complement of 4 each of ECC DDR4 32GB, 16GB, and 8GB modules, the 16GB and 8GB ones I can fill up my Threadripper 1950X with to give it 96GB.

$120 is a steal considering that it cost $350 earlier for me to get the Kingston version of this.

I originally did careful research to get Samsung B-die and Micron E-die for this stuff. So I was gonna ask about compatibility but I'm not sure how much it will matter. And then went on to never attempt to overclock any of this ECC memory. I still don't think I intend to. Attempting to overclock the memory, even though overclocking with ECC is supposed to be fun and rewarding, when all 4 slots are filled with the highest possible density, just seems like a questionable thing to do.

I'd wait longer but these prices are definitely near the bottom of the trough. Older memory tends to go back up in price. So I would want to bring this rig up to 128GB before the prices start to rise again...
 
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Tracking finally updated on USPS side and now the UPS for me but they still haven't received it yet lol. They say Wednesday, September 27 by 7:00 P.M.
 
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ribroc

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Update, popped these into a x470d4u and x570d4u servers I have. booted up and worked without any issue.

I had a awful time trying to get functional NEMIX brand ram kits for these systems, I would stay against that brand for these motherboards.
 

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Looks like $67 per dimm now and 10% off not working for me - STOREMORE was the code I tried.
 
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tjk

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Yea, did that, all the codes didn't work for me, still a good deal at 67 per DIMM, in for a bunch for my AM4's.
 
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Yea, did that, all the codes didn't work for me, still a good deal at 67 per DIMM, in for a bunch for my AM4's.
ODD, just worked for me... I also originaly thought you said you got 67 dimms, i was like wow, that is a lot of am4s :D
 
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