DDR4-3200 RDIMM 64 GB sticks not working with 4110 Silver

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Dacesilian

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Hello,

I have motherboard Supermicro X11SPM-TF with Intel Xeon 4110 CPU. I wanted to increase memory, so I've bought new DDR4 sticks, but they don't work - there are errors during boot and system stucks:

No memory DIMM detected, install memory DIMMs
Memory DIMM incompatible with memory controllers
System Firmware Error (POST Error) - No system memory is physically installed in the system


I've used this memory: MTA36ASF8G72PZ-3G2E1 - Micron 64GB DDR4-3200 2Rx4 RDIMM

I think they don't work because 2Rx4 RDIMM is supported only 16/32 GB according to these images from this PDF. If I want 64 GB sticks, it has to be LRDIMM 4Rx4 and not RDIMM. Is it right? Or is there any possibility to make these sticks work in my motherboard+CPU? I've tried to turn off Enforce POR and set speed manually, but not working.

Thanks for confirmation that I did an expensive mistake.


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When I look on motherboard page, there are RDIMM 64 GB. But to have them work, I would need a newer CPU?

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RolloZ170

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Skylake does NOT support 32GB ranks(2Rx4), only up to 16GB (4Rx4)
buy 32GB 2Rx4 RDIMM or 64GB 4Rx4 LRDIMM.
 
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