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 Post subject: Mini-ITX DRAM Ranking List
PostPosted: Thu May 20, 2010 9:03 pm 
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Is it just me? I always wondered why we have to tolerate ITX boards being underpowered than the latest notebooks in term of maximum memory? Not to mention those boards lag behind corresponding mobile/desktop boards by 1 year or more. This ranking list helps us to keep track of things and dream about one day we'll finally see an itx board matches the finest and baddest notebook (3-4 SO-DIMM slots anyone?).

Mini-ITX Motherboard DRAM Ranking

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Make/Model              CPU   Socket    Slots    DRAM Type    Max Supported

ASUS P8H67-I Deluxe     INTEL LGA 1155   2      SODIMM DDR3   16GB
ZOTAC Z68ITX-B-E        INTEL LGA 1155   2      SODIMM DDR3   16GB
BCM MX67QM              INTEL G2         2      SODIMM DDR3   16GB
KONTRON KTQM67/mITX     INTEL G2         2      SODIMM DDR3   16GB


DFI HR100-CRM           INTEL G2         2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB
IBASE MI956             INTEL G2         2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB
JETWAY NC85-E350-LF     AMD   (FT1 413)  2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB (B3)
JETWAY NF81-T56N-LF     AMD   (FT1 413)  2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB (B3)
AAEON IMBI-QM57         INTEL G 988      2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB
ADVANTECH AIMB-270      INTEL G 988      2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB
AOPEN i55HMt-HD         INTEL G 988      2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB
AOPEN i57QMx-vP         INTEL G 988      2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB (?)
ASROCK HM55-HT          INTEL G 988      2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB
BCM MX57QM              INTEL G 988      2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB
COMMELL LV-67F          INTEL G 988      2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB
DFI CP100-NRM           INTEL G 988      2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB
IBASE MI953F            INTEL G 988      2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB (?)
IEI KINO-QM57A          INTEL G 988      2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB (?)
JETWAY NF98-LF          INTEL G 988      2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB (?)
PORTWELL WADE-8020      INTEL G 988      2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB
COMMELL LV-67B          INTEL P 478      2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB
DFI CA100-D             INTEL P 478      2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB
IBASE MI945X            INTEL P 478      2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB (?)
JETWAY NC64-LF          INTEL P 478      2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB
PORTWELL WADE-8067      INTEL P 478      2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB
QUANMAX KEMX-4060       INTEL P 478      2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB
ASUS M4A88T-I           AMD   AM3 938    2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB
J&W MINIX 890GX-USB3    AMD   AM3 938    2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB (?)
TUL M3-A785I            AMD   AM3 938    2      SODIMM DDR3    8GB (?)

ASUS P8H67-I            INTEL LGA 1155   2        DIMM DDR3    8GB (*)
ECS H67H2-I             INTEL LGA 1155   2        DIMM DDR3    8GB (*)
GIGABYTE GA-H67N-USB3   INTEL LGA 1155   2        DIMM DDR3    8GB
INTEL DH67CF            INTEL LGA 1155   2        DIMM DDR3    8GB (*)
INTEL DQ67EP            INTEL LGA 1155   2        DIMM DDR3    8GB (*)
INTEL DH61DL            INTEL LGA 1155   2        DIMM DDR3    8GB
ZOTAC Z68ITX-A-E        INTEL LGA 1155   2        DIMM DDR3    8GB (*)
ZOTAC H67ITX-A-E        INTEL LGA 1155   2        DIMM DDR3    8GB (*)
ASROCK E350M1           AMD   (FT1 413)  2        DIMM DDR3    8GB (B3) (*)
ASUS E35M1-I            AMD   (FT1 413)  2        DIMM DDR3    8GB (B3)
GIGABYTE GA-E350N-USB3  AMD   (FT1 413)  2        DIMM DDR3    8GB (B3)
MSI E350IA-E45          AMD   (FT1 413)  2        DIMM DDR3    8GB (B3)
AXIOMTEK MANO800        INTEL LGA 1156   2        DIMM DDR3    8GB
COMMELL LV-67C          INTEL LGA 1156   2        DIMM DDR3    8GB
DFI LANParty MI P55-T36 INTEL LGA 1156   2        DIMM DDR3    8GB
ECS H55H-I              INTEL LGA 1156   2        DIMM DDR3    8GB
GIGABYTE GA-H55N-USB3   INTEL LGA 1156   2        DIMM DDR3    8GB
INTEL DH57JG            INTEL LGA 1156   2        DIMM DDR3    8GB
J&W MINIX H55-HD        INTEL LGA 1156   2        DIMM DDR3    8GB
JETWAY NC97(R)-LF       INTEL LGA 1156   2        DIMM DDR3    8GB
ZOTAC H55ITX-(A/C)-E    INTEL LGA 1156   2        DIMM DDR3    8GB
ZOTAC IONITX-(N/O/P)-E  INTEL (BGA 956)  2        DIMM DDR3    8GB (B1)
J&W MINIX 7025-UC3      AMD   AM3 938    2        DIMM DDR3    8GB
J&W MINIX 6150SE-UC3    AMD   AM3 938    2        DIMM DDR3    8GB
SAPPHIRE IPC-AM3DD785G  AMD   AM3 938    2        DIMM DDR3    8GB
ZOTAC 880GITX-A-E       AMD   AM3 938    2        DIMM DDR3    8GB
ZOTAC 890GXITX-A-E      AMD   AM3 938    2        DIMM DDR3    8GB
ZOTAC M880GITX-A-E      AMD   (BGA ASB2) 2        DIMM DDR3    8GB (B2)
IBASE MI950             INTEL LGA 775    2        DIMM DDR3    8GB (?)
ZOTAC GF9300-K-E        INTEL LGA 775    2        DIMM DDR3    8GB
ZOTAC G45ITX-B-E        INTEL LGA 775    2        DIMM DDR3    8GB
KONTRON KTGM45/mITX     INTEL P 478      2        DIMM DDR3    8GB
LIANTEC ITX-6M45        INTEL P 478      2        DIMM DDR3    8GB

AVALUE EMX-GM45         INTEL P 478      2      SODIMM DDR2    8GB
IBASE MI945P            INTEL P 478      2      SODIMM DDR2    8GB
AOPEN nMCP7AUt-V        INTEL LGA 775    2      SODIMM DDR2    8GB (U)
J&W MINIX 785G-SP128MB  AMD   AM3 938    2      SODIMM DDR2    8GB
J&W MINIX 780G-SP128MB  AMD   AM3 938    2      SODIMM DDR2    8GB (U)
FUJITSU D2703-S         AMD   S1G1 638   2      SODIMM DDR2    8GB
KONTRON KT690/mITX      AMD   S1G1 638   2      SODIMM DDR2    8GB (*)

AXIOMTEK SBC86860       INTEL LGA 775    2        DIMM DDR2    8GB
INTEL DG41MJ            INTEL LGA 775    2        DIMM DDR2    8GB
INTEL DQ45EK            INTEL LGA 775    2        DIMM DDR2    8GB
ZOTAC GF9300-(D/G/I)-E  INTEL LGA 775    2        DIMM DDR2    8GB
ZOTAC G41ITX-A-E        INTEL LGA 775    2        DIMM DDR2    8GB
ZOTAC G43ITX-A-E        INTEL LGA 775    2        DIMM DDR2    8GB
ZOTAC GF8200-C-E        AMD   AM2+ 940   2        DIMM DDR2    8GB


? - Specification is not clear.
U - Not stated on official specification but confirmed by users.
* - Manufacture claims more RAM support if 8GB module would be available
B1 - BGA CPU included on board, choice from Intel Celeron M ULV 743, Intel Celeron SU2300, Intel Pentium SU4100
B2 - BGA CPU included on board, AMD ASB2 series (Turion II K625 etc)
B3 - BGA CPU included on board, AMD Ontario/Zacate APU series (E-350, G-T56N etc)
(Sorry, only 8GB or above can make the list right now)


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 Post subject: Mini-ITX DRAM Ranking List
PostPosted: Thu May 20, 2010 9:06 pm 
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 Post subject: Samsung Is Readying 8GB SODIMM DDR3 Modules
PostPosted: Fri May 21, 2010 9:31 pm 
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Apparently Samsung is getting close to 8GB SODIMM DDR3 modules. A detailed data sheet for Model# M471B1G73AH0 is on their website:
http://www.samsung.com/global/business/ ... mly_id=690
The production status is in 'customer sample' stage.


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 Post subject: Mini-ITX DRAM Ranking List
PostPosted: Sun May 23, 2010 7:29 pm 
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It was confirmed that J&W MINIX 780G-SP128MB can support 8GB (2x4GB) memory. See http://www.jwele.com/bbs/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=1912


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AOPEN nMCP7AUt-V was confirmed by user for 2x4GB setup. See
http://www.geocities.jp/hangaya_craft/p ... t_01g.html


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Nice reference!

I'm curious, do you have some kind of exotic application in mind for a mini ITX machine with 16GB of RAM?

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theycallmebruce wrote:
Nice reference!

I'm curious, do you have some kind of exotic application in mind for a mini ITX machine with 16GB of RAM?


Didn't you get the memo that "mini-ITX is the new micro-ATX"? ^ ~

I would say, the same kind of applications that people use with their 16GB notebooks, iMacs and even the bigger desktops.

I can't say for everyone else, for me it's mainly virtualization. Ever heard of VMware, NComputing and so on?

Notebooks with 4 sodimm slots have been around for two years now, and Apple has also updated their iMac to 4 sodimm slots since last year. I can tell you that many people want to move to sff but 2 memory slots just don't cut it. By compiling this ranking I would hope that the manufacturers would eventually wake up to the demand and bring some fresh air to the enthusiast sff crowd.


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Yeah I know about virtualization. What are you virtualizing though? 16GB is an assload of RAM even if it's shared between a virtual machine and a real one.

I was thinking that it might be useful for video editing, multitrack audio editing, or maybe you were going to build a SAN with a massive disk cache or something.

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Who said you only need one virtual machines? You might want to browse in a Windows VM, write code in a Linux VM, use another Linux disto VM for testing, while keeping a file server VM, a webserver VM and a HTPC VM or whatever you can come up with ^ ~

Plus your family might want to share your machine with their own VMs, no?

Not really exotic I am sure plenty of people are already doing that.


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shaoyu wrote:
HTPC VM

I've got a couple of web server VM's and a handful of other VM's for testing but HTPC is one thing that I haven't been able to do virtualized - unless it's purely as a head end with no media playback required. More than boatloads of RAM, I want SSD's in RAID. :roll:


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If you read about Ncomputing, this probably can be done already. The VM part is sort of like your 'head end', but it does need to do some transcoding work.
I don't mind having good SSD's either, both SSD and RAM help with virtualization.

However since people like to bring this question up over and over again, I would like to point out that you do not have to need maximum amount of memory in order to benefit from this. Having more memory slots helps you lower your overall memory cost. Say you may only need 8GB ram right now, but having 4 sodimm slots allow you to buy 4x 2GB instead of being force to buy 2x 4GB to achieve your memory requirement (when 4GB modules are still expensive). Same situation will be when 8GB modules are released and very expensive.

I hope that's enough answers for the 'why do you need such and such RAM' questions. If still not satisfied please refer to this:

http://forum.notebookreview.com/hardwar ... -when.html

If anyone has tried with using 2x 4GB modules on some of the older itx boards (such as some GM45 & GME965 boards) you are very welcome to share your experience here.


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 Post subject: Dell M6500 4x8GB Configuration Available
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Apparently Dell started to sell 8GB modules on the M6500 notebook since July. The max configuration is 4x8GB = 32GB. Although when I checked today on Dell website that cost > $9k (over $2k per 8GB module) for the memory alone. This is likely the SODIMM DDR3 type. It's not clear whether this part is supplied by Samsung or not. Samsung's website still list 8GB Sodimm DDR3 as 'customer sample', and I couldn't find any retail availability.


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 Post subject: Re: Dell M6500 4x8GB Configuration Available
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A funny piece on the release of 32GB ram M6500:
http://blogs.technet.com/b/keithcombs/a ... b-ram.aspx

[quote]
Dellasaurus gets meaner – Order a Precision M6500 laptop with 32GB RAM
Keith Combs
21 Jul 2010 8:18 AM

DellasaurusRex

We have been referring to the 17â€


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4 SODIMM slots is not becoming the norm for notebooks.
Nor will it, because:
1. the need for memory is not rising faster than Moore's law
2. notebooks are not getting bigger


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 Post subject: Re: Dell M6500 4x8GB Configuration Available
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croddie wrote:
4 SODIMM slots is not becoming the norm for notebooks.
Nor will it, because:
1. the need for memory is not rising faster than Moore's law
2. notebooks are not getting bigger


Those are just your opinion. Maybe you were living in a cave recently so I took the effort to collect some facts for you:

Sep 2008 - Dell Precision M6400 4x4GB
Oct 2009 - HP Envy 15 4x4GB
Dec 2009 - Dell Precision M6500 4x4GB
Jan 2010 - Asus ROG G73 4x4GB
Jan 2010 - Leveno Thinkpad W510 4x4GB
Feb 2010 - Leveno Thinkpad W701 4x4GB
Mar 2010 - HP EliteBook 8740w 4x4GB
May 2010 - Asus ROG G51 4x4GB
May 2010 - Acer Aspire 8943G 4x4GB
Jul 2010 - Dell Precision M6500 4x8GB
Sep 2010 - Acer Aspire 5745DG 4x4GB
Sep 2010 - Asus ROG G53 4x4GB

Need I say more? ^ ~


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 Post subject: Re: Dell M6500 4x8GB Configuration Available
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It's confirmed that the $2300 8GB DDR3 SODIMM shipping with Dell M6500 since July is indeed the Samsung RAM. And Samsung is mass producing them now.

http://eon.businesswire.com/news/eon/20100923006780/en

[quote] Samsung Mass Producing 40nm-class 8GB DDR3 Module for Laptops and Mobile Workstations
September 23, 2010 06:04 PM Eastern Daylight Time

SAN JOSE, Calif.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the world leader in advanced memory technology, announced today that it is mass producing the highest density memory module for laptops and mobile workstations – an eight gigabyte (GB) small outline dual inline memory module (SoDIMM) or unbuffered dual inline memory module (UDIMM), based on 4-gigabit (Gb), 40 nanometer (nm)-class* DDR3. High-density DDR3 will benefit chip designers, CAD/CAM engineers and other professionals who need to work with large data sets at significantly faster speeds.

“Dell, a leading workstation provider, quickly embraced the industry’s highest density DRAM by being the first to launch 32GB mobile workstations with the Samsung 8GB moduleâ€


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 Post subject: 16GB RAM Milestone Achieved with Mini-ITX
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Congratulations to ASUS P8H67-I mini-itx motherboard to reach 16GB RAM milestone on itx form factor!


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 Post subject: Re: 16GB RAM Milestone Achieved with Mini-ITX
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shaoyu wrote:
Congratulations to ASUS P8H67-I mini-itx motherboard to reach 16GB RAM milestone on itx form factor!
Yeah sure. Have you ever gone out to buy the approved memory on any of the ITX QVL lists? How on earth do these motherboard manufacturers select vendors and memory for their QVL lists?

At least in the US the most frequent result of a google shopping search is: you can't get there from here. And if you can, it is from some out of the way shop on the wayward side of Kodo island that has no phone number.

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 Post subject: Not cusumer poduct from Fujitsu
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Fujitsu D3003-S
ds-d3003-s.pdf

Fujitsu Mainboard D3003-S Mini-ITX Industrial Series
AMD A55E Controller Hub, Mobile/Embed Socket FT1 413

2 x SO DIMM Socket (1.5V), max. 8GB, Single Channel
DDR3-1066 (CL7) / DDR3-1333 (CL9) SDRAM, unbuffered, no ECC

D3003-S1 = AMD FT1 Mobile T44R Single Core Processor (1.2GHz; 9W)
D3003-S2 = AMD FT1 Mobile T56N Dual Core Processor (1.6GHz/18W)


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 Post subject: Sapphire AMD AM3 and APU E Series DIMM/SO-DIMM
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Sapphire PURE Fusion Mini E350 (IPC-E350M1)

2 slots SO-DIMM DDR3 800/1066 Single Channel modules
8 GB Max.


Sapphire PURE White Fusion E350 (IPC-E350M1W)

2 Slots 240-pin DIMM DDR3 800/1066 Single channel, non-ECC ,un-buffered memory
8 GB Max.


Sapphire PURE Innovation 760G AM3 PI-AM3RS760G2

2 slots 240-pin DDR3 1066/1333 non-ECC ,un-buffered memory
8 GB Max.


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 Post subject: Re: Mini-ITX DRAM Ranking List
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correction about ASUS P8H67-I:

P8H67-I Deluxe = SODIMM slots, 16 gb support
P8H67-I = DIMM slots, 16 gb promised


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 Post subject: Re: Mini-ITX DRAM Ranking List
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new intel board with 2 x so-dimm and 16 gb support:

Intel DH61AG
2 x So-Dimm
16 gb max by official specs
http://www.intel.com/products/desktop/m ... erview.htm
http://www.intel.com/support/motherboar ... 032444.htm

you can add (*) to Intel DH61DL (Manufacture claims more RAM support if 8GB module would be available), promised on this page:
http://www.intel.com/support/motherboar ... 032157.htm

you can add (*) to Gigabyte GA-H67N-USB3 -B3 (Manufacture claims more RAM support if 8GB module would be available), promised on this page:
http://www.gigabyte.com/products/produc ... id=3783#sp


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 Post subject: Re: Mini-ITX DRAM Ranking List
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Sapphire Pure Platinum H67 (PT-CI7S10H67)

in specs:

2 slots 240-pin DDR3 up to 1600 ECC or non-ECC ,un-buffered memory
DIMM 16 GB Max

on the box image they only advertise 8 GB max



MSI H61I-E35 (B3)

in specs:

Supports two unbuffered DIMM of 1.5 Volt DDR3 1066/1333 DRAM, 16GB Max
Supports 1GB/ 2GB/ 4GB/ 8GB DRAM size
Supports Dual channel mode
DIMM

and they advertise total 16 gb dimm on the box!

Memory modules test report only includes upto 4gb sticks




Asrock H67M-ITX ( H67M-ITX/HT )
http://download.asrock.com/manual/H67M-ITX.pdf

Dual Channel DDR3 memory technology
2 x DDR3 DIMM slots
Supports DDR3 1333/1066 non-ECC, un-buffered memory
Max. capacity of system memory: 16GB

on the box max memory not advertised, tested memory list includes upto 4gb sticks



Foxconn H67S

from specs:

Dual channel DDR3 1333/1066 x 2 DIMMs, Max. 16GB

max memory size is not advertised on the box


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 Post subject: Re: Mini-ITX DRAM Ranking List
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Commel LV-67H
Socket G2, 2X So-Dimm up to 16GB, 6x SATA, SPDIF out, 2x Intel GB Lan, PCIe 16x, 2X Mini PCIe
Very nice, very expensive.

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 Post subject: Re: Mini-ITX DRAM Ranking List
PostPosted: Wed Jul 13, 2011 3:46 am 
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Soon we will see first Mini-ITX boards with 32 GB (2 x 16 GB*) memory support**

ASRock A75M-ITX
Gigabyte GA-A75N-USB3
ASUS F1A75-I Deluxe
ASUS F1A75-I

* 16 GB DIMM/SO-DIMM sticks are not around yet
** 4 DIMM FM1 Llano boards already advertise 64 GB support

update:

ASRock A75M-ITX - specs only mention 16 gb
ASUS F1A75-I Deluxe - specs only mention 16 gb


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 Post subject: 8gb memory sticks dimm/so-dimm
PostPosted: Tue Aug 23, 2011 11:05 am 
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new products:

€359.9 Avexir Standard Series DDR3-1333, CL9-9-9-24 - 16 GB Kit / 2x8 GB (€302+vat)

$249.9 Crucial 8GB, 240-pin DIMM, DDR3 PC3-10600 memory module CT102464BA1339
$309.9 Crucial 8GB, 204-pin SODIMM, DDR3 PC3-10600 memory module CT102464BF1339

old products:

$389.99 ADATA XPG Gaming Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1333 (PC3 10666) Desktop Memory Model AXDU1333GW8G9-2G
$425.99 SAMSUNG 8GB/1333 SO-DIMM M471B1G73AH0-CH9


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 Post subject: Re:
PostPosted: Thu Sep 22, 2011 3:43 pm 
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shaoyu wrote:
theycallmebruce wrote:
Nice reference!

I'm curious, do you have some kind of exotic application in mind for a mini ITX machine with 16GB of RAM?


Didn't you get the memo that "mini-ITX is the new micro-ATX"? ^ ~

I would say, the same kind of applications that people use with their 16GB notebooks, iMacs and even the bigger desktops.

I can't say for everyone else, for me it's mainly virtualization. Ever heard of VMware, NComputing and so on?


I would love to have a mini-ITX cube as my next main system and would like to do much of the same things (multiple VM's, light gaming) but it looks like the memory limitations will force me to go uATX.

Is it a size thing? ITX boards simply too small for more than 2 slots?


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 Post subject: Re: Mini-ITX DRAM Ranking List
PostPosted: Fri Oct 28, 2011 12:20 am 
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zomg wrote:
Soon we will see first Mini-ITX boards with 32 GB (2 x 16 GB*) memory support**

here we go:

Gigabyte GA-A75N-USB3 - 32 GB in official specifications

2 x 1.5V DDR3 DIMM sockets supporting up to 32 GB of system memory Š
Support for DDR3 2000(O.C.)/1866/1600/1333/1066 MHz memory modules


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 Post subject: Re: Mini-ITX DRAM Ranking List
PostPosted: Tue Nov 29, 2011 2:25 am 
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Previously mentioned ASRock A75M-ITX still have 16 GB in specs, but Asus updated F1A75-I DELUXE specs to 32 GB :

ASUS F1A75-I DELUXE
AMD A75, FM1, 2xDDR3 DIMM - "2 x DIMM, Max. 32GB, DDR3 1866/1600/1333/1066 MHz Non-ECC, Un-buffered Memory ; Dual Channel Memory Architecture ; 1866MHz can only work with single DIMM per channel. ; The Max. 32GB memory capacity can be supported with DIMMs of 16GB (or above). ASUS will update QVL once the DIMMs are available on the market."

Supermicro X9SCV-QV4 - support 16 GB right now not sure if they support dual channel memory access
Intel QM67, G2, 2xDDR3 SO-DIMM - "Up to 16GB DDR3 1066/1333MHz Non-ECC SODIMMs"

Supermicro X9SCV-Q - support 16 GB right now not sure if they support dual channel memory access
Intel QM67, G2, 2xDDR3 SO-DIMM - "Up to 16GB DDR3 1066/1333MHz Non-ECC SODIMMs"

Gigabyte GA-H61N-USB3
Intel H61, LGA1155, 2xDDR3 DIMM - "2 x 1.5V DDR3 DIMM sockets supporting up to 16 GB of system memory ; Support for DDR3 1333/1066/800 MHz memory modules ; Support for non-ECC memory modules"

ZOTAC H61ITX-A-E
Intel H61, LGA1155, 2xDDR3 DIMM - "Capacity Up to 16GB"

ECS H61H2-I2
Intel H61, LGA1155, 2xDDR3 DIMM - "2 x 240-pin DDR3 DIMM socket support up to 16GB per one DIMM support 8GB"

ASRock H61M-ITX
Intel H61, LGA1155, 2xDDR3 DIMM - "Supports DDR3 1333/1066 non-ECC, un-buffered memory - Max. capacity of system memory: 16GB"

ASRock Z68M-ITX/HT
Intel Z68, LGA1155, 2xDDR3 - "Supports DDR3 2133(OC)/1866(OC)/1600/1333/1066 non-ECC, un-buffered memory - Max. capacity of system memory: 16GB"


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 Post subject: Intel S1200KP
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Intel S1200KP
mini-ITX, Intel C206, 1xLGA1155, 2xDDR3 DIMM, 2x1000 mbps, DVI
Max Memory Size (dependent on memory type) 16 GB
Memory Types DDR3-1066/1333
ECC Memory Supported Yes
expensive!


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