[Solved] Asrock EP2C602-4L/D16 - Max Memory 192GB?


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Forgive me if this has been asked/answered but my searching-fu of google, reddit, and this forum has failed me if that is the case.

 

I noticed on the unRAID dashboard, it has the following:

 

installed: 128 GB Multi-bit ECC
max. installable capacity 192 GB

 

The manual for the motherboard reports the following:

 

Capacity- 16x 240-pin DDR3 DIMM slots
- Support up to 512GB DDR3 R/LR DIMM ; 128GB ECC/non-ECC unbuffered UDIMM

 

I'm looking to max out the memory with RDIMMS potentially and wanted to make sure there wasn't some limitation for this in unRAID.

 

Thanks in advance!

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it is the memory controller (if I am not mistaken, located in the CPU) that determine the max amount of RAM. the 192GB max is due to the memory controller limitation. I am sure if you put in another pair of CPU's it would be a higher number. The max memory from the motherboard manufacturer is most likely the max the manufacturer hos testet.

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1 hour ago, Alphahelix said:

it is the memory controller (if I am not mistaken, located in the CPU) that determine the max amount of RAM. the 192GB max is due to the memory controller limitation. I am sure if you put in another pair of CPU's it would be a higher number. The max memory from the motherboard manufacturer is most likely the max the manufacturer hos testet.

Ah that makes sense.

 

I have dual E5-2670s in place right now. The max showing on ARK is 384GB per CPU. Guess I'll just have to try :)

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3 hours ago, Trailbrake said:

I know this is way stale but, on the off chance, GP sees it, what DIMMs did you use? I have the same MB and would like to upgrade from 64 to 256GB. Cheers!

 

I have since moved to a different motherboard, but I'm still using the memory

 

I have IBM rebranded micron RDIMM DDR3 modules that a buddy of mine hooked me up with. I only have 128GB installed now as I've borrowed the rest for other projects.

 

P/N: MT36JSF2G72PZ-1G6E1HG

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