Crucial Releases New DDR4 2933 Registered DIMMs

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Aug 30, 2018
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Crucial , a leading global brand of memory and storage upgrades, today announced the immediate availability of DDR4 2933 MT/s Registered DIMM server modules, a new offering in its server memory product portfolio. Designed to keep servers running at full speed and peak efficiency in support of Intel’s next-generation Xeon processor product families, the new RDIMM modules enable IT users to get the most out of their server infrastructure deployments.

Crucial Launches New RDIMMS for Xeon Processors

Crucial 2933 MT/s RDIMMs are designed for leading server platforms, compatible with OEM systems and warranties, and backed by a limited lifetime warranty. With module densities up to 32GB and speeds up to 2933 MT/s, Crucial DDR4 RDIMMs are available for purchase through select global partners. All Crucial memory is backed by a limited lifetime warranty which should ease any concerns by consumers or enterprise users.

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“Our new DDR4 2933 MT/s RDIMMs are designed to deliver the speed required to maximise the memory throughput in the next generation of servers, today’s data centres are running memory intensive applications that require a higher degree of overall system performance, and our new RDIMM modules were designed to meet this next level of system performance.”

Teresa Kelley, VP & GM, Micron Consumer Products Group

Key Highlights

  • Increased server performance
  • Module speed of 2933 MT/s
  • Available in densities up to 32GB
  • Optimised for the latest Intel Xeon processor product families
  • Compatible with OEM servers and OEM warranties
  • 100% component and module tested to mission-critical server standards

Pricing And Availability

Unfortunately Pricing has not been announced though this is not a product for the general consumer generally and are bought in bulk for mass deployment, many may be wondering why these are clocked lower than other kits you may have purchased recently, and it’s simply because server grade hardware is much more strenuous on the kits, and 8-12 sticks are the minimum in these scenarios which can put a huge strain on all the components, remember server systems cannot crash or blue screen while running at near 100%.

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