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Why wont my Dell server use IBM ram?

I stumbled upon four pieces of 4GB PC2 5300F RAM from IBM (Part Number 43X5061). In my Dell Poweredge 1950 Rev 2 server there currently are two 512MB sticks, which appear to have the same ...
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IBM Server sees half of the original RAM

We have a IBM XSeries 206M server. There are 2 2GB IBM RAM's which are suitable with the server. Normally we expect that server should see 4GB of RAM. But It works with 2 GB only. So we thought that ...
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IBM rack server memory configuration for mixing 1R and 2R RAM

I am currently documenting the specifications to purchase IBM x3650 M4 server. I am going for two Quad core Intel Xeon E5-2609, 2.4 GHz, 10 MB cache and 16GB PC3L-10600 CL9 ECC DDR3 1333MHz LP RDIMM. ...
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Upgrading memory on an IBM Power 710 Express (8231-E2B)

We have a Power 710 Express server that was loaded with 4x4 GB memory on a single riser card. I have replaced the 4 chips with 4x8GB and put in another riser card and loaded it with 4x8GB more for a ...
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IBM server RAM vs other server RAM [closed]

We're looking to upgrade the RAM in one of our IBM System X servers. I received a quote of $560 from IBM for 2x 4GB chips of RAM. I've looked at the exact same type of RAM (ECC PC2-5600 server RAM) ...
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IBM X3650 with Red Hat Enterprise 4.8 kernel panics with error on empty memory bank

I have 3 IBM X3650 load balanced (round robin) with Red Hat Enterprise 4.8. One of them has intermittent kernel panics and reports an error on 2 particular memory banks (3 and 5) which are empty. I ...
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What is the most probable cause for two memory modules to fail simultaneously on a rack mounted server?

Having spent some time on a rack mounted server yesterday afternoon we are now trying to determine the most probable cause of two DDR2 modules failing on an IBM server simultaneously. The server ...
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Can ECC Chipkill be used in non-IBM servers?

Can IBM specific ram, such as 41Y2770 with ECC Chipkill, be used in non-IBM servers?
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Is all PC2100 memory compatible?

I want to put 2 more 1GB DIMM's into a server to bring its memory up to 4GB. But I'm wondering whether I can do this. The sticker on the memory currently in it shows PC2100 2.5v. It's an IBM eServer ...