Manufacturer Part Number: GRFJC
Type: Memory (RAM)
Product name: 128GB DDR3 SDRAM Memory Module
Storage capacity: 128GB
Memory technology: DDR3 SDRAM
Number of modules: 8 x 16GB
Memory speed: 1066mhz ddr3-1066/pc3-8500
Data integrity check: ECC
Signal processing: registered
About New Bulk Pack Products
Are you looking for the higher bandwidth option in the SDRAM sequence? Look no further as the DDR3 (Double Data Rate 3) is one such device. A higher speed predecessor to DDR2, the DDR3 Dynamic Random Access Memory modules improved data transfer rates, better voltage handling, and signal integrity. Thus, if you're looking for an upgrade in your daily life PC or a business server room, these PC3-8500 DDR3 RAMs can be the ideal choice.
PC3 8500 RAM is far beyond the expectation due to faster data transfer rates and higher memory clock speeds. Thus, eliminating the bandwidth problems now, keep your hands on the PC3 RAMs.
PC3-8500 Reduces The Supply Voltage:
Are you looking for the PC3 8500 memory? There must be a solid reason behind the fact: improved virtualization, faster data transfer speeds, higher bandwidth peak rates, and lesser supply of voltage. Yes! The DDR3 memory module utilizes lesser voltage than its predecessors and is now regarded as the efficient RAM module to fit in the devices. The voltage is reduced to 1.5 volts as compared to 1.8V.
Pre-Fetch Buffering Increased the Operation Speed:
Overall, the PC3-8500 DDR3 has paved the way for faster operational speed by utilizing the prefetch option. The prefetch buffer is increased up to 8 bits with an 8n architecture to offer a winning combination in 4 clock cycles. Thus, no matter if you're choosing the 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 96GB, 128GB, or 256GB, DDR3 SDRAMs have much to offer for your servers.
PC3 8500 RAM utilizes Four Mode Registers:
Not only PC3 8500 but all the DDR3 SDRAMs now utilize the four-mode registers which were not possible in the previous generation DDR2. The CAS read and write latency support further boosts the performance for all four registers.
Apart from the mode registers, the DDR3 SDRAM includes the x4, x8, and x16 data output configurations, which were also a significant part of the previous generation. One major difference lies in the data banks, which are eight in number for the DDR3, ensuring that the business centers and central server rooms have better performance.
On-Die Termination Supported:
These PC3 8500 SDRAMs now support the On-die termination as well. This way, the PCB circuit layout will hold the correct termination and will not confine or limit the data transfer speeds.
Most of the tech-savvies are not happy with the low-pin configuration in the DDR and DDR2. In comparison, that's not the case with these PC3 DDR3 RAMs, as it holds the 240+ pin configuration overall.
Why buy from ALLHDD?
ALLHDD never stops to impress the tech-savvies! The same goes here for these PC3-8500 RAM categories which are all filled with top-notch quality 1066 MHz DIMM memory modules to help you get a faster data transfer. Most of the products are under a 2.5% discount to help you get a better deal!