Akther
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Re: Memory upgradation on R710

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1234567 - I've deleted the service tag due to personal information issue - Manfred

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Re: Memory upgradation on R710

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Hi Akther

I've checked your service tag and memory part# is:-

NN876  DIMM,4G,1333,2RX4X72,8,240,REG

It is recommended for you to purchase the same type of memory for the upgrade, therefore part# 9J5WF is not suitable if you are running on Optimizer Mode.

Once again sorry for the inconvenience caused.

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Akther
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Thanks Manfred for confirming. Just for curios iam asking. If we insert the oter part number RAM what will happen to Server? will not boot? or BSOD?

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You are welcome, Akther.

Sorry for the delay, basically part# 9J5WF x8 memory module is not supported in Optimizer mode only. Most likely it will allows you to boot the server but you may encounter error messages like:-

Unsupported DIMM detected. The following DIMM has been disabled: x

or

Unused memory detected. DIMM’s installed in the following slot are not available when in mirror or 128-bit advanced ECC modes: x,x,x

That said, this part is supported in Memory Mirroring and Advanced ECC mode.

You may refer to page 131, Mode Specific guidelines for more info:-

support.us.dell.com/.../HOM.pdf

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This memory population  work's for me. I have installed 16GB Module 4 pair.  Total 128GBs:emotion-1::emotion-1: