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Axiom 593915-B21-AX 16GB DDR3 1066MHz ECC Memory - $30.23 + S/H

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Last Edited by widgit April 23, 2016 at 09:27 PM
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Specs page http://www.axiommemory.com/Synnex...21-AX.aspx

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Mfg. Part # 593915-B21-AX
Part #
Axiom Stock 78
Category PC3-8500 Registered ECC 1066MHz
Description 16GB Quad Rank Module
OEM Part# 593915-B21
Capacity 16GB
Also a potential listing error for those that want to roll the dice on it :

Kingston 16GB 1333MHz Reg ECC Quad Rank x8 Low Voltage Module for $50 : https://jet.com/product/Kingston-...0258190f50
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#2
slow, but for ecc memory, this is dirt cheap. nice find!
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I'm not wrong in thinking this is insanely slick, right?
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Quote from Koholint View Post :
I'm not wrong in thinking this is insanely slick, right?
A similar speed 16GB Stick is easily twice this much so I would say it's fairly slick.
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#5
might not be as slick as you think.

Make sure your system can support a single 16gb dimm and ecc
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Most consumer motherboards don't use ECC memory, FYI.
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Quote from Qidnif View Post :
might not be as slick as you think.

Make sure your system can support a single 16gb dimm and ecc
Lenovo's only support 8 gigers...

As stated check your mobo, most dont support 64 gigs of ddr3 with 4 slots...
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This is likely going to end up being a 2GB module at this price.

Amazon Link [amazon.com] - The review on this listing says it was originally listed as 16GB instead of 2GB, but has the same model number (Even though the model number is specific to the 16GB module) - Still if you need it, or have any use for it, and it ends up being the 16GB module - Amazing deal.
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#9
Registered ECC. This won't work with most of the servers that show up as deals on SD
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are these old mac pro rams?
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Darn. i don't think I can use this on my T20 because it says 32gb max ram.
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Darn. i don't think I can use this on my T20 because it says 32gb max ram.
Nope it won't work as it is also Buffered/Registered ram. Also the speed would likely be to slow as the E3-1225 v3 specifies 1333/1600 ram.
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are these old mac pro rams?
They should work with 2010-2012 Mac Pros, will allow you to use up to 128GB memory with a dual CPU machine if you're running Mavericks or later. But that machine supports faster RAM than this.
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So who got the order?
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There seems to be consensus that Sandy Bridge's support for ECC memory depends upon the attached chipset. I've got a Pentium G620 sandy bridge and C202 chipset, so it should support ECC.

Registered is probably the killer. All mentioned configurations on intel ark say unbuffered ECC. This must be a price mistake, registered memory is... not cheap.
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