Micron 32GB DDR4 2666MHz SERVER ECC Registered RDIMM RAM MTA36ASF4G72PZ-2G6 For Sale
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Micron 32GB DDR4 2666MHz SERVER ECC Registered RDIMM RAM MTA36ASF4G72PZ-2G6:
Pulled from new machines, Micron 32GB DDR4 2666 mhz 288-pinECC REG 288PINDesktop Server RAM. Model that the top half of the information label on the module has been cut and removed. This is cosmetic only and the modules are 100% tested and guaranteed to work.
This module should be compatible in your system as long as it supports DDR4 ECC Registered desktop/server RAM -Compatible with most HP, Dell, and IBM Servers. Not compatible with normal Desktop PCs. Please double check your machine's compatibility.
Tested and guaranteed to work.It is your responsibility to make sure this DDR4 ECC Registered RAM works in your system.If you have any doubts, please send us a message and we can try checking for you.
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Returns:To qualify for a free return all items must be in unused condition.
New items must be unused and in new (sealed if applicable)Used items must be unused as well. I.e. SSDs have no additional data written.A restocking fee will apply for any signs of usage.
International PolicyReturns areNOTaccepted for international transactions - so please check compatibility carefullyIf shipped directly by us, you may be charged custom fees or duties by your country in order to accept the package (fees varies by Country). Items delivered by GSP will not have these fees during delivery.
General Compatibility Rules
- Some Intel Xeon CPUs
- Some AMD Threadripper CPUs
- Nonefor Intel consumer CPUs
- Nonefor AMD Ryzen CPUs
*Note: We say 'some' Intel Xeon and AMD Threadripper CPUs as it also depends on the motherboard or setup as a whole - please double check your setup is compatbile with ECC RDIMM.
General Types of ECC RAM:
- ECC Registered - RDIMM ECC (This listing)
- ECC Unbuffered - UDIMM ECC
- Non-ECC Unbuffered - UDIMM Non-ECC
*Motherboards that support #1neversupport #2 or 3. On the other hand, motherboards that support #2 will also work with #3 and vice versa; but they willneverwork with #1.