Super Talent Sticks Its Green Thumb into Servers with Eco-Friendly Memory

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System memory isn't the cause of your high energy bill at home -- check your fully loaded entertainment center instead -- but when it comes to servers and server farms, low power memory can have a real impact on a company's bottom line. It's the reason why memory makers develop so-called "green" memory, such as Super Talent's new Green-Line VLP

These are low-profile, eco-friendly DDR3 memory modules featuring lower operating voltages. There are five new dual-channel kits in all, each one 4GB in capacity, rated at 1600MHz, and standing just 0.72 inches short, equal to a 39 percent reduction compared to regular RDIMMS, Super Talent says.

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These look really good to anyone who builds a PC with a large aftermarket CPU cooler.

They'll most likely only come in ECC flavors though.

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AKwyn replied on Fri, Oct 7 2011 4:36 PM

That, or a very low-profile extremely thin PC... I mean this RAM would be a perfect fit if somebody designed the smallest computer system possible.


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