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    Default Help! X79 Extreme11 "Registered ECC"

    I have been searching for a month now and its difficult to find a "Registered ECC" motherboard that is not a server board, however I found this article:
    Asrock X79 Extreme11 - X79 Extreme11 Design- MoBo: ASRock X79 Extreme11
    - CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2687Wv2
    - RAM:
    1. Half optimal (128GB): 2x Mushkin Proline Kit 994063 - 4x16GB 1600MHz DDR3 RDIMM ECC Modules
    2. Full optimal (256GB): 8x Mushkin Proline 992082 - 32GB 1333MHz DDR3 RDIMM ECC Module


    Please give me the facts, is the registered ecc on ASRock X79 Extreme11.

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Help! X79 Extreme11 "Registered ECC"

    So I understand. You have Registered ECC memory and you are now looking for a motherboard and processor ??
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    Default Re: Help! X79 Extreme11 "Registered ECC"

    Quote Originally Posted by xdrone View Post
    I have been searching for a month now and its difficult to find a "Registered ECC" motherboard that is not a server board, however I found this article:
    Asrock X79 Extreme11 - X79 Extreme11 Design- MoBo: ASRock X79 Extreme11
    - CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2687Wv2
    - RAM:
    1. Half optimal (128GB): 2x Mushkin Proline Kit 994063 - 4x16GB 1600MHz DDR3 RDIMM ECC Modules
    2. Full optimal (256GB): 8x Mushkin Proline 992082 - 32GB 1333MHz DDR3 RDIMM ECC Module


    Please give me the facts, is the registered ecc on ASRock X79 Extreme11.

    Thanks
    Spes are - Supports DDR3 ECC, un-buffered memory with Intel® Workstation 1S Xeon, so "NO", buffered/registered is not supported.

    P.S. You need to buy a x99 like the Fatal1ty X99 Professional, for RDIMM support.

    The ASRock X99 Extreme4 LGA 2011-v3 is 170 at newegg and 30 off with rebate.
    Last edited by odiebugs; 11-19-2015 at 05:39 AM.

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    Default Re: Help! X79 Extreme11 "Registered ECC"

    "You need to buy a x99 like the Fatal1ty X99 Professional, for RDIMM support" - Thats for DDR4 not DDR3

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    Default Re: Help! X79 Extreme11 "Registered ECC"

    Quote Originally Posted by - wardog - View Post
    So I understand. You have Registered ECC memory and you are now looking for a motherboard and processor ??
    Yes your correct, I have 32GB SAMSUNG M393B1K70DH0-CK0 PC3-12800 1600MHZ REGISTERED ECC. I looking for a motherboard to build a Gaming system preferably!
    Last edited by xdrone; 11-19-2015 at 06:57 AM.

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    Default Re: Help! X79 Extreme11 "Registered ECC"

    Quote Originally Posted by xdrone View Post
    "You need to buy a x99 like the Fatal1ty X99 Professional, for RDIMM support" - Thats for DDR4 not DDR3
    That means that the X79 does not support it, there are "" NO "" X79 motherboards that support it, so your only choice is the X99 series chipset.

    Maybe next time you could buy a motherboard then the memory.

    P.S. If you want a gaming system then there is no reason to run buffered memory as it's useless and " slower " then non ecc unbuffered and should only be used for a server, not a personal PC for gaming.
    Last edited by odiebugs; 11-19-2015 at 09:29 PM.

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