|Row Cycle Time (tRCmin)||49.5ns (min.)|
|Refresh to Active/Refresh Command Time (tRFCmin)||160ns (min.)|
|Row Active Time (tRASmin)||36ns (min.)|
|Power (Operating)||2.338 W|
|UL Rating||94 V – 0|
|Operating Temperature||0 C to 85 C|
|Storage Temperature||-55 C to +100 C|
A Closer Look:
Kingston’s line of ValueRAM is designed to be their generic RAM that is put in white box machines and other OEM pre-built computers. This goes the same with their line of server RAM. It’s not designed to look pretty. It’s designed to work. The kit that we are testing today contains a single 4GB DDR3 1333 module. Since it isn’t proper to test a single stick of DDR3, Kingston was kind enough to provide 3 more. For those counting at home, that brings our total up to 16GB of servery memory sweetness.
For those unfamiliar with server memory, servers use what is called ECC RAM. It is a special kind of RAM that has extra bits for parity checking. This allows the RAM to correct memory errors in real time. This is important for mission critical applications that need 100% accurate results. These are the kinds of roles that servers frequently find themselves in. This ValueRAM is also unbuffered, which means it will not work if your server requires registered RAM. It is important to make note of your motherboard’s RAM requirements before purchasing.