OWC, PC23400, DDR4, ECC, 2933MHz, 288-pin, RDIMM, Memory Upgrade

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Boost your supported Mac Pro's performance with the DDR4 2933 MHz R-DIMM Memory Upgrade Module from OWC / Other World Computing. Delivering speeds up to 2933 MHz, this module is a memory upgrade designed to improve your computer's start-up times, overall responsiveness, and ability to handle data-intensive applications. ECC (Error-correcting code) technology enables the module to detect and correct the most common kinds of internal data corruption. The module is registered, features a CAS latency of 21 and a power rating of 1.2V, and works on systems with a 288-pin DIMM slot and a DDR4-enabled chip.Note: Do not mix R-DIMMs and LR-DIMMs. Mixing R-DIMMs and LR-DIMMs will result in a memory error flash of the status indicator light when you turn on the Mac Pro.

  • RoHS Compliant: Yes
  • Data Rate: 2933MT/s
  • I/O Clock Speed: 1467MHz
  • Registration: Registered
  • Error Correction: ECC
  • Cycle Time: 0.71 ns
  • Form Factor: RDIMM
  • Type of Memory: DDR4
  • PC Speed: 23400
  • Timing: CAS = 21.0
  • Full Parameters: 21-21-21-14
  • Bandwidth: 23.4GB/s
  • Voltage: 1.2 Volts
  • Pin Count: 288-pin
  • Chip Architecture: 2048M x 72
  • Printed Circuit Board Type: Low noise 8-layer PCB
  • Ambient Temperature: Operating: 32°F to 185°F (0°C to 85°C)
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7 x 5 x 0.35


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