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Lenovo

Lenovo - DDR3 - 8 GB - DIMM 240-pin - 1866 MHz / PC3-14900 - CL13 - 1.5 V - registered - ECC - for System x3550 M4 7914; x3650 M4 7915; x3650 M4 BD 5466; x3650 M4 HD 5460
Part no. 00D5032
EAN: 0883436337342

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Specifications
Product DescriptionLenovo - DDR3 - 8 GB - DIMM 240-pin - registered
Product TypeRAM memory
Capacity8 GB
Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM - DIMM 240-pin
Upgrade TypeSystem specific
Data Integrity CheckECC
Speed1866 MHz (PC3-14900)
Latency TimingsCL13
FeaturesSingle rank, registered
Voltage1.5 V
Designed ForSystem x3550 M4 7914; x3650 M4 7915; x3650 M4 BD 5466; x3650 M4 HD 5460



General
Capacity8 GB
Upgrade TypeSystem specific

Memory
TypeDRAM
TechnologyDDR3 SDRAM
Form FactorDIMM 240-pin
Speed1866 MHz (PC3-14900)
Latency TimingsCL13
Data Integrity CheckECC
FeaturesSingle rank, registered
Chips OrganizationX4
Voltage1.5 V

Expansion / Connectivity
Compatible Slots1 x memory - DIMM 240-pin

Compatibility Information
Designed ForLenovo System x3550 M4 7914 ¦ Lenovo System x3650 M4 7915 ¦ Lenovo System x3650 M4 BD 5466 ¦ Lenovo System x3650 M4 HD 5460
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