EU [FS] 2x 64GB DDR4 2933 2Rx4 RDIMM

anything1233

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Hi,

selling two 64GB 2933 2Rx4 CL21 RDIMMs. As always, being a bit greedy and not thinking rationally, ordered too much and too early, and the motherboard I got afterwards happened to only support 2666 to even update bios to support 2933, so decided to sell those and get myself 2666 of a lesser size. Surprisingly, the mean (sold) price on fleabay right now for this type of ram in Europe is astounding 324€, but since I as a seller will get approximately the same amount as I listed after the fleabay fees, I decided to try selling here :) Anyway, prices are OBO.

64GBCrucial MTA36ASF8G72PZ-2G9B1 CT64G4RFD4293.36FB1260€ + Shipping
64GBSK Hynix HMAA8GR7MJR4N-WM260€ + Shipping

SK Hynix should probably be Dell-friendly, but I don't have the proper hardware to test this.

Shipped worldwide from EU, tracked and insured. Should be around €25 flat. Will accept PayPal and bank transfer (if in EU).
 

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tinfoil3d

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what you dont have a single 2666 stick to update it for 2933? again surprised its not just downclocking. whats the mb?
 

anything1233

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I don't have any. I told myself I will not get another DIMM if I don't sell those I already have (trying to cure greed) :D In my country I need to wait for a month to get the RAM, nothing is available locally. And I really can't update BIOS with the current DIMMs, since there is no option in web IPMI, and the BIOS settings only come after memory check, so I'm stuck at memory check failing due to 2016-era BIOS version, where 2933 didn't exist. See another thread, there were people stumbling upon the same issue – if only I read those beforehand...

EDIT: I just re-read the thread again and noticed someone mentioning ipmitool -- I haven't ever used it, but maybe it's possible to use that...? Will try!
 
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tinfoil3d

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So what, you have a board but no ipmi credentials? And you absolutely unable to boot that? I mean, you could have just got some single 4/8 gig stick for peanuts just to test.