|Price incl. VAT||£47.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£39.92|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £4.79 Extended warranty + 1 year||
|Return products within two months £2.40 Possibility to return products within two months||
High Quality DDR3 memory modules designed for performance systems, servers and multiprocessor computer . Supports ECC Unbuffered technology parity check and has a capacity of 2 gigabytes Technology ECC checks in real time data integrity stored in memory. It can thus find and fix error in a single bit error and detect two bits. Some memory controllers can in cooperation with ECC memory repair the errors of greater magnitude. Most server boards support ECC memory required. In cooperation with the control reaches parity memory maximum control transmitted data. Parity is that the word jednobytovému added auxiliary information (the parity bit), and because it can then verify the authenticity of transmitted data.
Memory has one addressable area (memory rank). Most of server chipsets has limited memory rank or directly specified memory configuration for each slot, so consider when buying a watch that figure with respect to future upgrades - if you reach the full rank of memory on the motherboard, you can not add another module even if some remained free memory slots.
Memory modules with organizations chips "x8" are affordable, but do not support advanced server technologies such as multiple-bit error correction, Chipkill, memory scrubbing or Intel Single Device DataCorrection (SDDC), so they are ideal for the "entry-level" servers.
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