WTB: 32GB ECC DDR4 2133MHz RDIMM Memory

John Titor

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I've got 2x16GB sticks of Samsung / HP DDR4 2133MHz RDIMMs.

I also have 4x8GB sticks of Samsung DDR4 2133MHz RDIMMs.

If interested in either, what sort of price are you able to pay?
 

Larson

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That's a possibility; I was looking for 2x32GB modules if possible. Do you have any of those, or just the 8 and 16? How much would you like for the 2x16GB? for the 4x8GB?
 

Larson

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I'm not sure what price level you are looking for but I would recommend the module 46W0800 from IBM/Lenovo.

Price at Amazon app. 400 USD each

Thanks Niels! I'm trying to beat the price of $347 for Hynix DIMMs, which are actually certified for the Supermicro X10SDV-7TP4F motherboard that I have planned for them, but the Lenovo modules would be a good alternate choice I think. Thanks again for your input.
 

DaddyGrant

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I'll love to know what's the purpose of your build. I may use the same motherboard for an unraid/plex server.
 

Larson

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I'll love to know what's the purpose of your build. I may use the same motherboard for an unraid/plex server.
Hi DaddyGrant, the goal is a home/office server: a file server for work and home, provide computer backups for all computers in the office and home, a personal cloud server, if you will, and a media server - music, pictures, videos via PLEX server or something similar. It will in essence be replacing my current Windows Home Server (v.1), which has served me well since its inception.
 

DaddyGrant

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Thanks for the reply.

Hi DaddyGrant, the goal is a home/office server: a file server for work and home, provide computer backups for all computers in the office and home, a personal cloud server, if you will, and a media server - music, pictures, videos via PLEX server or something similar. It will in essence be replacing my current Windows Home Server (v.1), which has served me well since its inception.