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Quick update on this one:   Samsung Model M391B1G73QH0-YK0 (1.35V) fully functional.   Also, lots of 2 and 8GB ECC unbuffered 1866MHz DIMMS proved to work. Should it be of intereset, I'll dig the li

It appears that should work, as it is unbuffered and ECC The MS Gen8 does not require HP branded memory.

MS Gen8 only supports 8GB UDIMMS

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thesteve2k
On 6/26/2019 at 2:25 AM, JOHNgen8 said:

Hynix 8GB 2Rx8 PC3L - 12800E- 11 -12-E3

HMT41GU7AFR8A -PB TO AD       1412   Eco

 

tried adding a picture but won’t upload sorry 

 

link to where I got them 

https://m.ebay.ie/itm/For-hynix-8GB-DDR3-ECC-Unbuffered-UDIMM-PC3L-12800E-204PIN-1600MHz-Memory-/113771476400?varId=413926978183&txnId=1963661081001

 

I've recently received some very similar memory from Mr Memory (https://www.mrmemory.co.uk/memory-ram-upgrades/hp/proliant/microserver-gen8-g1610t). I have a single 8Gb which I replaced my stock 2GB with. On booting I end up with a red screen saying NMI detected. I believe this means the memory isn't supported.

 

My part number is: 

Hynix 8GB 2Rx8 PC3 - 12800E - 11 - 12 - E3

HMT41GU7AFR8C - PB TO AF       1402 

 

I've upgraded my Bios to 2019.04.04 but that didn't help. I'm looking into getting the Service Pack for Proliant. Is there any chance that would help?

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I'm looking for an 8GB additional stick from the UK and really am struggling to work out what will work or not. Can anyone recommend an 8GB stick that will definitely   work and its silly money.

 

will this work?

 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Hynix-HMT41GU7AFR8A-PB-T0-AB-8GB-PC3L-12800E-DDR3-1600MHz-ECC-Unbuffered-Memory/402593789427?hash=item5dbc75b5f3:g:WMEAAOSwpE5fzevS

 

Or can someone recommend something better?

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4 hours ago, wormvortex said:

I'm looking for an 8GB additional stick from the UK and really am struggling to work out what will work or not. Can anyone recommend an 8GB stick that will definitely   work and its silly money.

 

will this work?

 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Hynix-HMT41GU7AFR8A-PB-T0-AB-8GB-PC3L-12800E-DDR3-1600MHz-ECC-Unbuffered-Memory/402593789427?hash=item5dbc75b5f3:g:WMEAAOSwpE5fzevS

 

Or can someone recommend something better?

That looks like it should work.

It is a good idea to run a matched pair have you searched for a match to the 8GB stick you already have?

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My current one is:

Kingston kth-pl316e/8g

 

Would this work with it even though it’s not Kingston branded. 
 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2P-KTH-PL316E-8G-2-Power-8GB-DDR3L-1600MHz-ECC-TS-UDIMM-Compatible-Part-03-/233772008789?_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49292

 

But I’m struggling to find another stick that’s not £50+ and coming from abroad. 

Also I’m sure I read that because I have an intel i5 3470T that I can’t use EEC ram but it looks like my current Kingston ram is EEC??

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On 1/23/2021 at 2:14 AM, wormvortex said:

My current one is:

Kingston kth-pl316e/8g

 

Would this work with it even though it’s not Kingston branded. 
 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2P-KTH-PL316E-8G-2-Power-8GB-DDR3L-1600MHz-ECC-TS-UDIMM-Compatible-Part-03-/233772008789?_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49292

 

But I’m struggling to find another stick that’s not £50+ and coming from abroad. 

Also I’m sure I read that because I have an intel i5 3470T that I can’t use EEC ram but it looks like my current Kingston ram is EEC??

If it is an unbuffered DIMM with ECC 1600mhz it should work, but mixing DIMMs can cause issues.

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