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AS6510T and AS7110T

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AS6510T and AS7110T

Postby botics » Wed Jun 03, 2020 11:27 pm

I have both the AS6510T and just ordered a AS7110T - does anyone know if both units take the same type/manufacturer for memory and NMME M.2 Seagate IronWold Pro Cards?

I am trying to manage both the AS6510T and AS7110T - compatibility charts on the Asustor web site have not been updated.

The Intel E-2224 also can handle up to 128Gigs of Ram - yet the Asustor Spec Sheet on the is only 32Gigs - any reason why?

https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en ... 0-ghz.html



Thnaks.
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Re: AS6510T and AS7110T

Postby botics » Thu Jun 04, 2020 1:39 am

Part Number: KVR26S19D8/32
Specs: DDR4, 2666MHz, Non-ECC, CL19, 1.2V, Unbuffered, SODIMM


16GB Module - DDR4 2666MHz

Part Number: KVR26S19D8/16
Specs: DDR4, 2666MHz, Non-ECC, CL19, 1.2V, Unbuffered, SODIMM


Kingston Memory - works for AS6510T - SAME FOR AS7110T? Can it handle up to 64/128Gigs of memory?
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Re: AS6510T and AS7110T

Postby ilike2burnthing » Thu Jun 04, 2020 4:48 am

Official Asustor support for Kingston DDR4 memory - https://www.asustor.com/service/memory? ... type_id=40

Official AS65 series support for Seagate M.2 NVMe drives - https://www.asustor.com/service/m2ssd?s ... ze=&class=

Official AS71 series support for Seagate M.2 NVMe drives - https://www.asustor.com/service/m2ssd?s ... ze=&class=

Official support is just what has been tested or reported, so it isn't exhaustive. My guess would be that both will be fine, but obviously I can't guarantee that.

128GB across 2 channels means 64GB sticks are needed, and I don't think those exist in SODIMM. As for why it's not therefore a max of 64GB (2x32GB), it could be a motherboard limitation, or they're playing it safe for sake of returns and warranty.
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Re: AS6510T and AS7110T

Postby botics » Thu Jun 04, 2020 10:19 pm

I am sure the memory limit is for warranty reasons.
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