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The 32GB DDR4 PC4-17000 Memory Module from Crucial is designed to run at 2133 MT/s frequency (PC4-17000) with a CAS latency of 15. It is a quad-ranked memory module that runs on 1.2V.
Memory-dependent server applications are often inhibited by RDIMM channel ranking limitations. Crucial LRDIMM utilizes a memory buffer chip that reduces electrical loads presented to the memory bus, allowing more DIMMs to be populated per channel. The increased memory bandwidth improves energy efficiency and memory density as compared to standard RDIMMs.
Increase Memory Bandwidth
The LRDIMM is used to reduce electrical loads presented to the CPU and it enables more installed DIMMs per channel for more memory density. With more memory density and reduced electrical loads, servers are able to run Crucial LRDIMMs at a high frequency, enabling up to 50% more memory bandwidth.
Increase Energy Efficiency
The LRDIMM uses less voltage, standby current, and transmits power efficiently to the CPU (via the data path buffer), allowing for additional power-savings and a low total cost of ownership.
Enhance Cloud-Computing, Big Data, and HPC with LRDIMM Memory
For memory-dependant server applications such as virtualization, cloud-computing, big data, and HPC, the LRDIMM server memory increases memory bandwidth, capacity, and also reduces power expenses.