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Is it possible to have this memory configuration in one rx7640?

 
Carme Torca
Super Advisor

Is it possible to have this memory configuration in one rx7640?

Hi,

 

I have one server with this configuration

2Gb + 2Gb

2Gb + 2Gb

2Gb + 2Gb

2Gb + 2Gb

 

And I want to put 16Gb more like:

2Gb + 2Gb

2Gb + 2Gb

2Gb + 2Gb

2Gb + 2Gb

4Gb+ 4Gb

4Gb+ 4Gb

Is it possible? It's correct?

Thanks a lot of?

Carmen.

 

 

 

Users are not too bad ;-)
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Pete Randall
Outstanding Contributor

Re: Is it possible to have this memory configuration in one rx7640?

I'm going to take a wild guess that you're talking about memory????  EDIT:  If I'd pay any attention to the title, I wouldn't need to make dumb guesses!

 

You need to follow the rule that the highest density [SD}IMMS go in the lowest numbered slots, so no, your desired configuration is not correct.


Pete
S_Logan
HPE Pro

Re: Is it possible to have this memory configuration in one rx7640?

Hi,

 

Please see the memory loading rules:

Memory Loading Rules:
 
 -Memory must be installed in pairs - modules (2 DIMMs of equal density)
 
 -Memory modules (pairs of DIMMS) are available in three densities: 4 GB (2×2048MB), 8 GB(2×4096MB), and 16 GB (2×8192MB).
 
 -Memory bundle product numbers consist of DIMMS already qualified in the memory modules.
 
 -Minimum memory is 2 GB per cell
 
 -Maximum memory per system is 256 GB-using sixteen 16 GB memory modules (8 GB pairs) persystem.
 
 -Larger DIMMs must be loaded first across a cell, followed by progressively smaller DIMM sizes.
 
 -On each cell board, Memory Pairs must be installed in the following order: (0A, 0B), (1A, 1B), (2A, 2B), (3A, 3B), (4A, 4B), (5A, 5B), (6A, 6B),(7A, 7B)
 
 -DIMM mixing other than recommended configurations is supported as long as the memory loading rules are followed.
 
Please find the image(Recommended Memory config)
 
HTH
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