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The 16GB DDR4 2133 MHz RDIMM Memory Module from Crucial provides an additional 16GB of registered memory for your server. This 288-pin memory module is designed to run at a 2133 MHz frequency (PC4-17000) with a CAS latency of 15. When compared to DDR3, DDR4 memory processes data faster while requiring only 1.2V of power. For critical calculations, ECC is onboard to detect and correct data corruption. To increase the reliability of high-speed data access, the module contains registers for temporarily holding the data. Moreover, Crucial has outfitted the dual-ranked memory module with x4-based chips.
Enhance Cloud-Computing, Big Data, and HPC with DDR4 Memory
For memory-dependant server applications such as virtualization, cloud-computing, big data, and HPC, the DDR4 server memory increases memory bandwidth, capacity, and also reduces power expenses. The DDR4 memory is compatible with the Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 v3 product family.
Twice the Speed
Process data quickly and double the memory bandwidth by up to 50% to 25.6 GB/s. With Crucial DDR4 memory, introductory data rates start at 2133 MT/s, compared to introductory DDR3 rates of 1066 MT/s. Crucial DDR4 memory also delivers fast burst access speeds for improved sequential data throughput by utilizing 4-bank groups that is unique to DDR4 technology.
Twice the Capacity
Maximize system performance by doubling memory capacity as it is designed to utilize high-density components.
40% More Energy Efficient
Reduce power and cooling expenses as the DDR4 memory module uses 20% less voltage than DDR3 technology, and operates at just 1.2V compared to 1.5V for standard DDR3 server memory. The DDR4 memory is able to deliver up to 40% power-savings compared to standard DDR3 technology. Since less heat is generated from this module, it is easy to keep the systems cool.