Maximize memory performance and get more out of your servers.
Memory-dependant server applications are often inhibited by RDIMM channel ranking limitations. Crucial LRDIMMs solve this problem by utilizing a memory buffer chip that reduces electrical loads presented to the memory bus, allowing more DIMMs to be populated per channel. The result? Increased memory bandwidth, improved energy efficiency, and greater memory density compared to standard RDIMMs.
Increase memory bandwidth and performance
Since Crucial LRDIMMs are engineered to reduce electrical loads presented to the CPU, they enable more installed DIMMS per channel for greater memory density. With more memory density and reduced electrical loads, servers are able to run Crucial LRDIMMs at a higher frequency, enabling up to 50 percent more memory bandwidth.
Increase energy efficiency and lower your TCO
Not only do Crucial LRDIMMs use less voltage and standby current, but they transmit power in a more efficient manner to the CPU (via the data path buffer), allowing for additional power savings and a lower total cost of ownership.