Server -- adding memory, recommendations ?

I have a Dell PowerEdge T630 Windows 2012 R2
server and plan to add more DDR4 memory.

What vendor recommendations do you have since
is much cheaper then,
but I am willing to purchase from a different vendor ?
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Probably just as expensive but

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Scott CSenior EngineerCommented:
A little less expensive.

Newegg is having  a sale on the Crucial.

Just  $516.  It's almost half off.  Saving $479.
What do you currently have in the system?  Is it still under warranty? Buying from Dell to maintain warranty........

Make sure what you have, is not negated by what you buy I.e. Either but not both will work.
Bill WoodCommented:
Try to match the memory you have as much as possible. Same manufacturer, type and size is best. Even if it costs a little more because the server downtime is expensive. And returning memory is a time-consuming hassle.
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