Boost computing speeds with a PowerEdge M710 Blade Server PC3-8500 240-PIN RDIMM RAM module kit option
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- Your PowerEdge maximum RAM capacity: 144GB
- The PowerEdge M710 Blade Server has 18 memory slots or sockets
- This PowerEdge module upgrade PIN count is: 240-PIN
- The memory speed is: DDR3 1066MHz, PC3-8500
- The Server ECC DIMM type for your PowerEdge M710 Blade Server is: Registered DIMM, RDIMM, ECC REG
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General memory module installation guidelines for PowerEdge M710 Blade Server from Dell
System Memory - PowerEdge M710
Your system supports DDR3 registered DIMMs (RDIMMS) or unbuffered DIMMs (UDIMMs).
Eighteen memory sockets are located on the system board, organized in three channels with three DIMMs per channel. This configuration permits the following maximum memory configurations:
- Up to three 1-GB, 2-GB, 4-GB, and 8-GB RDIMMs (when available) are supported per channel, for a total of up to 144 GB. Single-rank, dual rank, and quad-rank RDIMMs are supported.
- One or two 1-GB and 2-GB UDIMMs per channel are supported, for a total of up to 24 GB.
General Memory Module Installation Guidelines - PowerEdge M710
To ensure optimal performance of your system, observe the following general guidelines when configuring your system memory:
- RDIMMs and UDIMMs cannot be mixed.
- Memory modules are populated beginning with the socket farthest from the processor (this socket is indicated by a white socket-release lever).
- In a dual-processor configuration, the memory configuration for each processor must be identical.
- If quad-rank memory modules are installed, a maximum of two DIMMs per channel is supported.
- If memory modules with different speeds are installed, they will operate at the speed of the slowest installed memory modules.
Three memory channels are allocated to each processor. The number of channels used and the allowable configurations depend on the memory mode selected. The channels are organized as follows:
Sockets A1 though A9 are assigned to CPU1; sockets B1 through B9 are assigned to CPU2.
Advanced ECC Mode Support - PowerEdge M710
In this configuration, channels 0 and 1 are combined to form one 128-bit channel. If a memory error occurs on a given chip, the faulty chip is disabled. Memory modules must be identical in size, speed, and technology in corresponding slots.
Memory Mirroring Support - PowerEdge M710
The system supports memory mirroring if identical memory modules are installed in channel 0 and channel 1 (memory is not installed in channel 2). Mirroring must also be enabled in the System Setup program. In a mirrored configuration, the total available system memory is one-half of the total installed physical memory.
Independent Channel Mode (Optimizer Mode) - PowerEdge M710
In this mode, all three channels are populated with identical memory modules. This mode permits a larger total memory capacity, but does not support the reliability features of the other modes. To enable this mode, select the Optimizer option on the Memory Settings screen of the System Setup program. See "Memory Settings Screen."
A minimal single-channel configuration of one 1-GB memory module per processor is also supported in this mode.