FS: Kingston DDR4-2400 32GB LRDIMM

Spartus

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I have a single stick of Kingston KTH-PL424L/32G.
LRDIMM 32GB 2400 MT/s. Was a mistake order, was tested and then put aside, so basically new.

$350 OBO... Now $250 and still OBO!



Would love to see trades on:
DDR4 ECC UDIMM
Ryzen
 
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Evan

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Return it.
Paying < than half that...
I was going to say that was top $$ but did not want to hurt his chance at a sale, I means buyers need to do their own checking.

Price for 32gb is ~220 I guess but this is also a single not matched with 1,3,7 other modules and most people would only ever want 2,4,8,16,24 of them in a system.
 

Spartus

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I was going to say that was top $$ but did not want to hurt his chance at a sale, I means buyers need to do their own checking.

Price for 32gb is ~220 I guess but this is also a single not matched with 1,3,7 other modules and most people would only ever want 2,4,8,16,24 of them in a system.

That would be price for RDIMM i think, not LRDIMM. but you are right, very hard to sell a single stick.

Price drop to $250 OBO, save $100 already!
 

Evan

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RDIMM is preferable to LRDIMM at 32gb
At 64gb LRDIMM is required.
But no issues at all to use 32gb LRDIMM, have heaps of systems using it before 32gb RDIMM because common and available.

All that depends on the support of the CPU and board of course.