Difference between CT102464BA and CT102464BD

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Bit Baby

Difference between CT102464BA and CT102464BD

Hi, 

 

I have a 8GB DDR3 RAM with # CT102464BA, would like to purchase another 8GB same ram as well.

However all i can see online are with #CT102464BD. is it competitable and can work as a pair with the CT102464BA? What is the differences?

 

Rdgs

Gary

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Kilobyte Kid

Re: Difference between CT102464BA and CT102464BD

Crucial seems to be lazy to create a part decoder for their products. OK, from what I know these two letters designate "Module Type". “BA” means a 240-pin DDR3 UDIMM with ECC & temperature sensor. I don’t know what “BD” means, sorry.

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Community Manager

Re: Difference between CT102464BA and CT102464BD

@GaryH Thanks for your message. BA references UDIMM memory that runs at 1.5v. BD references UDIMM memory that runs at 1.35v. The BA part has mainly been discontinued as we've moved everything to the dual voltage RAM. Our BD parts will run at 1.5v if necessary, so these parts should work together just fine. Please let me know if you have any other questions or concerns. 





YogiH, Crucial Moderator, US


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