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Centon Electronics Releases New, High Density Server Memory

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Apr 9, 2012.

  1. Cristian_25H


    Dec 6, 2011
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    Centon Electronics is proud to announce the release of a high density memory upgrade. Centon is rolling out a 16 GB ECC Registered DIMM that comes in a single module or in kit of two 8 GB's. This high powered module comes in a VLP and LP form which reaches a voltage of 1.35. This family of DDR3 products is available in a 240 pin and 204 pin SODIM. These high density DDR3 memory modules range from Non-ECC to ECC to ECC Registered.

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    "The ability to go beyond the normal memory will boost and be great for graphics designers, video editors on the go, IT professionals, network administrators, web hosts, or anybody who wants to push their computer to the limits of its performance," said Gary Clack, Product Manager at Centon Electronics Inc.

    Product Features and Specifications:

    - 240 pin DDR3 VLP (very-low profile) 0.74-inch Registered Mini-DIMM
    - Capacity: 16 GB
    - Speed: PC3-12800 (1600MT/S)
    - Registered Buffered/PLL
    - ECC/Non ECC, Parity
    - Configuration: 1024MX8 Based (Stacked-two 512Mx8).
    - Commercial 0 to +95C
    - DRAM Qty: 9
    - CL: CL11
    - Rank: 2
    - RoHS: Yes
    - Refresh: 8K
    - Voltage: 1.35V
    - Heat Sink
  2. 1c3d0g


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    Had 2 of these sticks on an OEM machine. Both died very quickly. I'm still unsure about their reliability. :(
    Ikaruga says thanks.
  3. micropage7


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    never heard that brand
    16GB in 1 slot? its interesting so if you do quad channel with 8 slots x 16 gb = 128gb

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