OWC 64GB DDR3 1866 MHz RDIMM Memory Kit (4 x 16GB, 2013 Mac Pro)

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OWC 64GB DDR3 1866 MHz RDIMM Memory Kit (4 x 16GB, 2013 Mac Pro)
Key Features
  • 64GB (4 x 16GB) Capacity
  • 1866 MHz Clock Speed
  • PC3-14900
  • 240-pin RDIMM
Upgrade the memory in your 2013 Mac Pro (MacPro6,1) using the 64GB DDR3 1866 MHz RDIMM Memory Kit from OWC / Other World Computing. This memory kit features a total capacity of 64GB, which is made up of four 16GB modules. It also has a clock speed of 1866 MHz, a bus speed of PC3-14900, and a 240-pin RDIMM form factor. It operates using 1.5V, has a CAS Latency of CL=13, a module bandwidth of 14.9 GB/s, a component configuration of 2048M x 72, is registered, and is equipped with ECC technology. Registered memory places less electrical loads on the memory controller and allows single systems to remain stable with more memory modules than they would have otherwise. By offering ECC (Error Checking and Correcting) technology, this RAM will help your workstation encounter fewer errors that can corrupt data sets and introduce system issues. Additionally, this memory module is compatible with Apple Specified Thermal Sensor, which ensures that the RAM maintains a safe thermal operating range.
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OWC DDR3 1866 MHz RDIMM Overview

Upgrade the memory in your 2013 Mac Pro (MacPro6,1) using the 64GB DDR3 1866 MHz RDIMM Memory Kit from OWC / Other World Computing. This memory kit features a total capacity of 64GB, which is made up of four 16GB modules. It also has a clock speed of 1866 MHz, a bus speed of PC3-14900, and a 240-pin RDIMM form factor. It operates using 1.5V, has a CAS Latency of CL=13, a module bandwidth of 14.9 GB/s, a component configuration of 2048M x 72, is registered, and is equipped with ECC technology. Registered memory places less electrical loads on the memory controller and allows single systems to remain stable with more memory modules than they would have otherwise. By offering ECC (Error Checking and Correcting) technology, this RAM will help your workstation encounter fewer errors that can corrupt data sets and introduce system issues. Additionally, this memory module is compatible with Apple Specified Thermal Sensor, which ensures that the RAM maintains a safe thermal operating range.

Each 16GB module has a bandwidth of 14.9 GB/s and a voltage of 1.5V
Compatible with Mac Pro 6,1
ECC, Registered
UPC: 794504327250

OWC DDR3 1866 MHz RDIMM Specs

Capacity64 GB
Kit Configuration4 x 16 GB
SpeedPC3-14900 (1866 MHz)
Memory TypeDDR3
DIMM Type240-Pin DIMM
Buffered/RegisteredYes
Error Correction (ECC)ECC
Voltage1.5 V
CAS LatencyCL13
Heat SpreaderNo
Built-in LEDNone
Memory RankDual Rank
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.3 x 3.6 x 1.5"
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