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CCL Code: RAM4140
Manufacturer Code: A8711886
Manufacturer: Dell

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Supercharge your Dell system with a Dell Memory upgrade engineered, tested and customized for your system. Adding more memory revs your system's engine and allows you to release its full potential when working with 3D imaging, multimedia, and other memory intensive applications. Dell Branded memory offered in the Memory Selector is fully compatible and supported by Dell. Memory offered now may differ in speed from the original system memory but has been qualified to work in the system. When mixed, the memory will perform at the lowest speed populated or the highest speed allowed by the system.

Main Features

  • Our sustaining qualification process allows for testing and certifying the newest in technology on your Dell system
  • Dell Memory is built using industry leading OEM grade quality parts
  • Only first pass yielded product is acceptable to meet Dell's high quality standard, only available when purchased from Dell


Memory Speed 2400 MHz
Memory Chip Features Single Rank x8
Designation PC4-19200
Pin Configuration 288 pins
Memory Type DDR4 SDRAM
Memory Size MB
Number of Modules 1 module(s)
Module Size 8192 MB
Memory Package RDIMM
Error Correction ECC


Voltage 1.2 V


Form Factor Module


Warranty 1 Year

Key Features

Individual Module Size MB

Item Details

Manufacturer Dell
Manufacturer Code A8711886
EAN 0740617252484
Condition New

Warranty Information

Warranty 1 Year

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer Dell
Manufacturer Code A8711886

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