Tag Archives: DDR5

Insanely Fast V-Color DDR5-7200 192GB ECC Kit for AMD Ryzen Threadripper Mini-Review

Post Syndicated from Eric Smith original https://www.servethehome.com/insanely-fast-v-color-ddr5-7200-192gb-ecc-kit-for-amd-ryzen-threadripper-mini-review/

This insanely fast V-Color DDR5-7200 ECC RDIMM kit uses 4x 48GB to hit 192GB of capacity and more bandwidth for the AMD Ryzen Threadripper

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Perfect Project TinyMiniMicro Pushing a 1L PC as a Server Concept

Post Syndicated from Patrick Kennedy original https://www.servethehome.com/perfect-project-tinyminimicro-pushing-a-1l-pc-as-a-server-concept-intel-hp-sabrent-crucial/

In our Perfect Project TinyMiniMicro build, we show three tiers of upgrades to turn the 1L HP Elite Mini G9 into a super Proxmox VE server

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Why 2 DIMMs Per Channel Will Matter Less in Servers

Post Syndicated from Patrick Kennedy original https://www.servethehome.com/why-2-dimms-per-channel-will-matter-less-in-servers/

We go into why 2 DIMMs per channel (2DPC) designs are going to be less common in future server designs due to a number of current constraints

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What is a MCR DIMM or Multiplexer Combined Ranks DIMM

Post Syndicated from Patrick Kennedy original https://www.servethehome.com/what-is-a-mcr-dimm-or-multiplexer-combined-ranks-dimm-sk-hynix-micron-samsung-intel-amd-nvidia/

We go into what is a MCR DIMM or Multiplexer Combined Ranks DIMM and why it is important for increasing memory bandwidth in 2025 era servers

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Memory Bandwidth Per Core and Per Socket for Intel Xeon and AMD EPYC

Post Syndicated from Eric Smith original https://www.servethehome.com/memory-bandwidth-per-core-and-per-socket-for-intel-xeon-and-amd-epyc/

We take a look at the theoretical memory bandwidth per socket and per core over the past decade for Intel Xeon and AMD EPYC to see the trend

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