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Would DDR1 SDRAM 53P3232 pulled from an IBM server be compatible with a Dell Poweredge 2650?
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Well, it should have ECC and be registred, so that's a plus. However, just read the manual on RAM compatibility. IBM has everything on it's site, and so does dell. In the IBM guide, it's the "System specifications" chapter, not sure about Dell.
    
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