Supermicro 2GB DDR3-1333 1Rx8 1.35v ECC REG RoHS

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These Registered SDRAM DIMMs are intended for use as main memory when installed in systems such as servers and workstations.

MEM-DR320L-HL09-ER13

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Supermicro 2GB DDR3-1333 1Rx8 1.35v ECC REG RoHS

Hynix Registered DDR3L SDRAM DIMMs (Registered Double Data Rate Synchronous DRAM Dual In-Line Memory Modules) are low power, high-speed operation memory modules that use Hynix DDR3L SDRAM devices. These Registered SDRAM DIMMs are intended for use as main memory when installed in systems such as servers and workstations.

 

Key Features

On-Die Termination Temperature sensor with integrated SPD This product is in compliance with the RoHS directive Data transfer rates: PC3-12800, PC3-10600, PC3-8500 Functionality and operations comply with the DDR3L SDRAM datasheet

 

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  • DRAM Type

    DDR3 DIMM

  • ECC

    Yes

  • Latency

    CL9

  • Manufacturer

    Supermicro

  • Memory Rank

    Single Rank

  • Memory Voltage

    1.35V

  • Module Capacity

    2GB

  • Module Type

    DIMM

  • Pins

    240-pin

  • Registered

    Yes

  • Speed

    1333MHz

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