Micron MT9KSF25672PZ-1G4D1AD Memory - 2 GB - PC-10600 - 240-pin - DDR3 SDRAM

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delivery time: 28.10.2021 - 09.11.2021
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The memory module Micron MT9KSF25672PZ-1G4D1AD was developed especially for servers, but can of course also be used in some workstations. The Registered ECC memory is thus suitable for upgrades and repairs of various compatible systems. Use the RAM module for your system, too, in order to carry out a quick and cost-effective extension.

The Micron MT9KSF25672PZ-1G4D1AD has 2GB of DDR3 SDRAM integrated, which is also Registered ECC memory. Before you buy, check this information in the data sheet of your server, so that the compatibility is unequivocally certain. It may also be worthwhile taking a look at the manual, where the OEM manufacturers often provide information on the maximum equipment.

The Micron MT9KSF25672PZ-1G4D1AD 2 GB DDR3 ECC main memory is connected with a 1333 MHz clock (PC-10600), whereby the module can also adapt to lower clock rates. Because such customizations are usually automatic, you do not have to do any further configuration or installation, which makes it easy to use.

Normally, it is already sufficient to open the housing of the respective system in order to access the memory slots. Simply insert the Micron MT9KSF25672PZ-1G4D1AD 2GB DDR3 ECC DIMM and the next time you start it will initialize. Afterwards, you can continue to use the server as usual and use the gained capacity.
DescriptionMicron MT9KSF25672PZ-1G4D1AD memory - 2 GB - PC-10600-240-PIN - DDR3 SDRAM
Packaged Quantity1
storage2 GB
Form FactorDIMM 240-pin
Error CorrectionRegistered ECC
Bus TypePC-10600
Memory Speed ??1333 MHz
CAS LatencyCL9
Suitable foronly Server and Workstation, not suitable for normal computer
delivery1x storage, additional accessories not included


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