Scan code: LN113240 Manufacturer code: MT18KSF1G72PDZ-1G6P1

Micron 8GB 1600MHz ECC Registered DDR3 Server Memory

8GB (1x8GB) Micron MT18KSF1G72PDZ-1G6P1 DDR3 Server Memory, PC3-12800 (1600), ECC RDIMM, CAS 11, 1.35V

Scan code: LN113240 Manufacturer code: MT18KSF1G72PDZ-1G6P1
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Product Overview

Micron Server DRAM Increases Performance and Helps Maximize IT Budgets

Speed up applications and get more out of your IT budget with Micron Server DRAM. Maximizing installed memory capacity with Micron Server DRAM is one of the easiest and most affordable ways to make your deployments faster and more efficient.


Speed Up Server Applications

By installing Micron DRAM, you’ll be able to maximize the performance capability of your CPUs and optimize your servers’ computing potential. Since memory typically functions as a fixed (non-shared) component, it’s often a bigger performance constraint than processors or storage drives, which can be shared. Boost your investment in server infrastructure by maximizing memory capacity.


Get More Out of Your IT Budget

At a fraction of the cost of new servers, Micron DRAM allows you to extend the life and performance of your existing infrastructure and get more out of the systems you already have. Even if you need to replace existing servers, you can still save by buying new servers with the least amount of pre-installed memory, then upgrade to the maximum memory capacity with Micron Server DRAM.


Run More Virtual Machines and Increase the Responsiveness of Virtualized Applications

Since most of today’s enterprise applications are stored on servers and distributed to a number of virtual machines, the amount of installed server memory plays a more critical role than ever before. Every virtual machine running on a server typically requires a dedicated amount of memory, meaning the more virtual machines you’re running, the more memory you’ll need.


Available in the Latest Technology

With module densities up to 128GB, Micron Server DRAM enables you to maximize system performance by increasing the installed memory capacity of each server. Built with new technology that allows more gigabits per component, Micron DDR4 16Gb-based memory utilizes higher density components, resulting in modules that are twice as dense as 8Gb-based modules.

Features

• Increase server and workstation performance.
• Optimized for the latest Intel® and AMD® processor product families.
• 100% component and module tested to mission-critical server standards.
• Three-year warranty.
• A wide selection of module configurations including RDIMM, VLP RDIMM, LRDIMM, ECC UDIMM, VLP ECC UDIMM, ECC SODIMM, and NVDIMM.

Specifications
Core Specifications
Size / Capacity 8GB (1x8GB)
Memory Model Server
Max. Memory Channels Provided by Kit  
Memory Type DDR3L
Memory Type (ECC) ECC
Memory Type (R/U) RDIMM (Registered)
Memory Speed PC3-12800 (1600)
Pins 240
Memory Ranks Dual Rank (2R)
CAS Latency 11-11-11-11
Voltage 1.35 V
Design, Features & Lighting
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Additional Information
Scan Code LN113240
Model Number MT18KSF1G72PDZ-1G6P1
GTIN 649528776969
Warranty

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