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PC2-5300 Memory Kit Part Numbers

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Andrew Gladstone
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PC2-5300 Memory Kit Part Numbers

Until recently, all of the PC2-5300 Memory Kits we have ordered and received from HP had followed the following part number scheme:

 

397409-B21: Contains (2) 398705-051 512MB PC2-5300 FBD Proliant Memory (533MHz)

397411-B21: Contains (2) 398706-051 1GB  PC2-5300 FBD Proliant Memory (533MHz)

397413-B21: Contains (2) 398707-051 2GB PC2-5300 FBD Proliant Memory (533MHz)

397415-B21: Contains (2) 398708-051 4GB PC2-5300 FBD Proliant Memory (533MHz)

 

Now these are the part numbers coming in:

 

397409-B21: Contains (2) 416470-001 512MB PC2-5300 FBD Proliant Memory (667MHz)

397411-B21: Contains (2) 416471-001 1GB  PC2-5300 FBD Proliant Memory (667MHz)

397413-B21: Contains (2) 416472-001 2GB PC2-5300 FBD Proliant Memory (667MHz)

397415-B21: Contains (2) 416473-001 4GB PC2-5300 FBD Proliant Memory (667MHz)

 

1. When did HP make this change?

2. Are these parts able to co-exist in the same system at the same time?

3. Does anyone have any information on this change? Details, manuals, etc?

 

Thanks!

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Suman_1978
HPE Pro

Re: PC2-5300 Memory Kit Part Numbers

Hi,

 

The part numbers ending with -051 are called Assembly part numbers.

The part numbers ending with -001 are called Spare part numbers.

The part numbers ending with -B21 are called Option part numbers.

 

You may refer to this link for help:

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?objectID=c00317878

 

 

Thanks.

Andrew Gladstone
Valued Contributor

Re: PC2-5300 Memory Kit Part Numbers

I appreciate the reply, but it does not answer the questions that I posed. I am under the impression that the original -051 numbers were 533MHz and that the newer -001 numbers are 667MHz, can anyone confirm this? Are these SKU's interchangeable in a pair?
Suman_1978
HPE Pro
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Re: PC2-5300 Memory Kit Part Numbers

Hi,

 

The HP PartSurfer shows as 667MHz for the spare and option part numbers.

http://partsurfer.hp.com/Search.aspx?SearchText=416470-001

http://partsurfer.hp.com/Search.aspx?SearchText=397411-B21

 

As far as I know, PC2-4200 = 533 MHz and PC2-5300 = 667 MHz

 

Lets see if any body has any other thoughts on this issue.

 

Thanks in Advance.