Impressive server functionality
This dual rank 16GB IBM PC3-12800 server memory module, with a speed of 1600MHz and a 12800MB/s bandwidth, provides a great upgrade option for a variety of IBM system servers. As the inventors of DRAM in 1965, IBM can claim to be the godfather of computer memory, and over five decades later are still manufacturing quality memory chips.
Power saving with performance
DDR3 memory offers numerous improvements over its DDR predecessor, such as its ability to transfer data at twice the rate of its predecessor and its prefetch length, which is also double that of DDR2 at 8 bits. It also offers reduced voltage from 1.8V-1.9V to 1.35V-1.5V, markedly reducing the operating cost across multiple servers, with this model being a low power module running at 1.5V. This model has a VLP (Very Low Profile), which means the modules are shorter and therefore take up less space in the chassis.
As well as featuring ECC (error-correcting code) which detects and corrects the most common kinds of internal data corruption, this HP server memory module is also registered (also known as buffered). This register encourages stability in the individual modules via the addition of a register between the DRAM modules, and therefore improves stability in the system overall.
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