EU WTB: 8 GB DDR3 1600MHz ECC UDIMM modules

ullbeking

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As per title, I would like to buy a number of the following:

8 GB, DDR3, PC3-12800E, 1600MHz, ECC UDIMM modules of 72-bit, 240-pin SDRAM.

I would greatly prefer Hynix DRAM chips. The module manufacturer is of secondary importance, but neverthess I would like to know who this is too.
 

ullbeking

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Is this memory for an HP Server Gen 8?

If it is I have 64GB of it I could sell.
Hey @cgtechuk, thanks for the reply. It's actually for a Supermicro X9SCM-F board, which takes such RAM as per my specifications.

Does anybody know if HP RAM modules are OK for Supermicro boards? And also what DRAM chips these modules use?
 

Evan

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In general HP ram is fine in supermicro, the part numbers (Samsung/Hynix/Micron and not HPE) are also on SM certified memory list.
Never had an issue yet with rdimm, I can’t see why udimm would be any different.

HP’s special sauce is all contained in the extra chip that tell says system it’s profile and that’s actually a universal standard in so much it’s ignored if the system does not understand the contents.
 
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Harry P. Nyce

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Were you ever able to find your memory, sir? I'm in the market for 128g ddr3:
UCS-MR-1X162RY-A for my c240-m3.
 

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the memory i mentioned above is fully compatible with that board It isn't HP memory but I removed it from an HP server if that makes sense,

I have 2 sets of 4 x 8GB available. They are matched pairs,

Where abouts in the EU are you ?

Thanks
 

ullbeking

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the memory i mentioned above is fully compatible with that board It isn't HP memory but I removed it from an HP server if that makes sense,

I have 2 sets of 4 x 8GB available. They are matched pairs,

Where abouts in the EU are you ?

Thanks
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