In the ever-evolving world of technology, server rooms and business centers have become hubs of data exchange and processing. To keep up with the increasing demands for faster data loading and transfer rates, modernly designed RAMs and memory modules are essential. Among these, Synchronous Dynamic Random-Access Memory (SDRAM) plays a crucial role in addressing the growing networking needs and data access issues. At ALLHDD, we offer the PC5-41600 RAM, featuring ECC-certified memory modules with a bandwidth ranging from 4GB to 768GB. In this article, we will explore the PC5-41600 memory modules and their significance for your Proliant servers.
One of the critical factors in memory performance is latency, which measures how quickly RAM can load and access data from the hard drive. Latency is measured in nanoseconds and is symbolized as CL (CAS Latency).
In the case of PC5-41600, higher clock speeds result in lower latency. To put it simply, DDR3 memory modules operated with a CL11, which took 13.75 nanoseconds to read data. In contrast, PC5-41600 DDR4 modules run at CL15, taking 14.06 nanoseconds to complete a read or task. This lower latency contributes to the module's faster performance.
Memory modules are also assessed by the number of DIMMs (Dual In-line Memory Modules) they contain. It's essential to determine whether the RAM has the appropriate number of ranks. Loading each channel with the right number of ranks is crucial for optimal performance and durability. Typically, dual-ranked DIMMs are the choice for most systems, offering a 7% performance boost compared to single-ranked DIMMs.
At ALLHDD, we provide a range of PC5-41600 RAMs with single rank and dual rank channel memory, including 16GB, 24GB, 32GB, 64GB, and 96GB options. Additionally, we offer Quad-Rank channel memory with models supporting 128GB, 192GB, 256GB, and 384GB. Quad-Rank memory modules further enhance performance and capacity.
A notable difference between Registered DIMMs (RDIMMs) and Load-Reduced DIMMs (LRDIMMs) lies in speed and latency. Higher memory density necessitates LRDIMMs, while RDIMMs regulate higher speeds with lower latency. RDIMMs operate faster than previous-generation RAMs and LRDIMMs, thanks to clock signals and buffered command/address lines.
Some PC5-41600 models also come in a 288-pin LRDIMM configuration with capacities of 12GB and 512GB. LRDIMMs offer benefits in terms of DRAM capacity and data transfer speeds, as data bits are buffered in data buffers.
ALLHDD offers an extensive selection of DDR4 PC5-41600 memory modules across a range of bandwidths to help you find the right solution for your needs. Our product lineup includes capacities from 4GB to 768GB, featuring ECC certification, LRDIMMs, RDIMMs, and 288-pin modules. Many of our products are factory-sealed with manufacturer warranties ranging from 3 to 5 years. Additionally, you can enjoy a 2.5% discount on high-performance dual-rank or quad-rank memory modules for Proliant servers.
In summary, PC5-41600 memory modules play a crucial role in enhancing server performance. The lower latency, dual rank, and RDIMM support contribute to faster data processing and efficient multitasking. By choosing ALLHDD, you gain access to a wide range of options and benefits, ensuring your server meets the demands of modern computing.