Upgrade memory (4157) ThinkStation S20

Hi, I'm trying to upgrade memory on my S20. I found this document of 2009 (http://www-01.ibm.com/common/ssi/rep_ca/4/872/ENUSAG09-0134/ENUSAG09-0134.PDF) saying that S20 supports up to 48 GB. I bought 6 * 8GB ECC UDIMM and they work very well, but 48GB wasn't enough to maintain my heavy simulation data. S20 does support 96GB? According to the program dmidecode (Linux utility), my computer supports up to 192 GB, but max memory also depends on the motherboard, BIOS, etc. The official max memory may still be 48 GB, but in terms of architecture, he would support 96 GB or more?

Single 16 GB ECC UDIMM seems very rare, but I found this (http://www.memoryamerica.com/00d4964-00d4966.html) product at a reasonable price. 6 of these modules of memory would work with S20? Or maybe, it is still a good time to invest nearly $600 on DDR3 memory for a machine at age 7?

Thank you.

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Looking at the number of IBM FRU in this list, the memory that you have accessed is a RDIMMS, not an ECC UDIMM. RDIMMs do not work in the S20. Unfortunately, you are limited to 6 x 8 GB UDIMM depending on availability of the size. Even if the series E5-1600 processors support more than 300 GB, I'm not aware of a real 16 GB DDR3 ECC UDIMM in the wild.

Given the cost, I recommend personally put that money toward a new system or even a refurb of the Lenovo decision-making. http://outlet.lenovo.com/outlet_us/workstations/#facet-1=1, 2,3,4. Major drawbacks only in a system is that you are limited to what is available and they come with a 1 year warranty. Retail systems have a term of 3 years and can be extended to 4 or 5.

Assuming that you land in a P500/700/900 or later version, you can find 6 or 8 x 16 GB DDR4 memory for about $350 ~ 600 depending on where you look. The smallest series P (P310/320/410) have 4 total DIMM connectors and limit your options.

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