2GB Corsair Server, DDR2 PC2-5300 (667), ECC Registered/Fullybuffered, CAS 5-5-5-15
These DIMMs are constructed using 128MB x 4 SDRAMs in BGA packages. The module also includes an EEPROM to support Serial Presence Detect (SPD) requirements. Decoupling capacitors are mounted on the printed circuit board for each SDRAM device, and On-Die Termination is provided on all lines. The synchronous design of these Corsair SDRAM DIMMs allows precise cycle control with the use of the system clock. I/O transactions are possible on every clock cycle. The high clock frequency and high density of this device enable a high level of performance to be achieved in advanced workstations and servers.
Features • 240-pin, Fully Buffered dual in-line memory module (FB-DIMM)
• Ultra high density using 512 MBit SDRAM devices
• CRC and ECC error detection and correction
• Advanced Memory Buffer (AMB)
• 256 MB x 72
• JEDEC standard1.5V high speed differential point-to-point link
• Four-bit prefetch architecture
• Off-chip driver (OCD) impedance calibration
• On-die termination (ODT)
• Low profile (1.2”), ideal for 1U rack mount servers
|Memory Type (ECC)||ECC|
|Memory Type (R/U)||Registered/Fullybuffered|
|Memory Speed||PC2-5300 (667)|
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