HP MEMORY

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HP server memory 

RAM (Random Access Memory) is one of the most important components supporting the proper operation of any computer, including server computers. The selection of an appropriate RAM bone primarily affects the performance and stability of the server, and thus the speed of reading access requests. HP server memory are dedicated RAM chunks, which perform well in server applications. 

By selecting memory for your HP server, you can easily increase the capabilities of your hardware, depending on the declared number of slots on the motherboard.  Always remember that the RAM must be compatible with the motherboard, so we recommend selecting dedicated HP memory for HP servers. Adding bones does not always have a positive impact on the hardware performance - pay attention to the clock frequency of the current RAM bone. Additional memory should offer the same clock speed parameters.

Which memory should I choose for my HP server? 

A particular manufacturer's server requires the selection of dedicated RAM. Although they are designed to be used together with the selected motherboard, individual RAM models for HP differ in their parameters. Which parameters are worth paying attention to? While the clocking alone will affect the fastest possible data reading, it is not the only feature of the dice that you should take into account. In the case of servers, the stability of the system is important, due to the fact that the equipment is intended for permanent operation. The most important specifications for RAM are:

  • Udimm non-ecc

  • Udimm with ECC

  • RDIMM (ECC REG)

  • LRDIMM

Dedicated memory for HP servers

The best and stable operation of the server is ensured by dedicated RAM for HP with ECC (Error Correction Code) system. This type of memory is characterised by an extended data bus and the function of transmitting the control code along with the data, which catches possible transmission errors. The ECC RAM enables the replacement of an erroneous bit (single-error-correction) or a pair of bits (double-error-correction). Code correction enables continuous operation of the server and ensures system stability, although it does not necessarily affect hardware performance.

In our range you will find dedicated RAM for HP servers that exactly matches the technical specifications of your server. We offer both new models of HP RAM dice, as well as used ones that have been properly serviced and will work well for server applications. If you are not quite sure what type of dice will be suitable for your HP server, write to us - our advisors will be happy to match the components to the hardware requirements of your device.

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