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Transcend Announces New 32GB and 16GB DDR3 Registered Memory Modules

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  1. btarunr

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    Transcend Information, Inc. (Transcend), a worldwide leader in storage and multimedia products, today launched two new DDR3 memory modules: a 32GB DDR3 1333 MHz Registered DIMM (RDIMM) and a 16 GB DDR3 1600 MHz Very Low Profile (VLP) Registered DIMM. Featuring stable signal integrity at high frequency operation and an onboard thermal sensor for better system thermal control, these high capacity RDIMMs provide better expandability options to server administrators. Additionally, both new modules feature high quality aluminum heat spreaders to ensure optimal heat dispersion and stability.

    Aimed at high-powered servers, Transcend's largest capacity 32 GB DDR3-1333 modules significantly increase memory density in servers that support 32 GB RDIMMs (up to a maximum 2 TB), such as IBM's System x3850/3950 X5 and BladeCenter HX5. The new modules are rated at 1333MHz with timings of 9-9-9-24, and operate at industry standard 1.5V. Comprised of high-quality 8 Gb DRAM chips that fully comply with rigorous JEDEC (Joint Electron Device Engineering Council) standards, Transcend's 32GB DDR3 memory offers unparalleled performance and stability.

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    With an overall height of just 0.74 inches, Transcend's Very Low Profile DDR3 Registered DIMMs are perfect for use in space-restricted cases, 1U height rack systems, and blade servers. Thanks to their reduced vertical footprint, these modules help lower cooling costs by significantly improving chassis airflow and memory heat dissipation. Moreover, replacing two 8 GB modules with a single 16 GB module can lower power consumption by an additional 50%. The 16 GB DDR3 Very Low Profile RDIMM is rated at 1600 MHz with low latency of 11-11-11-28 and an operating voltage of a mere 1.5V.

    Backed by a limited lifetime warranty, Transcend memory modules are recognized worldwide for their reliable high quality, outstanding performance, excellent compatibility and stable operation.

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  2. Dj-ElectriC

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    That's juicy but low speeds and loose latancies turn me off...
    Price?
     
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    Anyone knows if the new desktop mobos can support those modules?
     
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    These are meant for servers, they won't work in desktop boards. The price is silly high for desktops anyway.

    Not that I know of any, servers do, and maybe some workstation boards. But you need a CPU that supports this (Opteron/Xeon).
     
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    Memory controllers are in CPUs so mobo isn't a factor - mobo "memory support" these days is nothing but a misnomer. AMD desktop CPUs have supported ECC with unbuffered DIMMs starting from S754. AFAIK, non-Xeon Intel chippery doesn't allow ECC.
     
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    Not true, the board has to support it as well. The BIOS itself has functions too (example: my CHIV has the ECC settings).
     
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    11? Pass
     

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