Query – HP OEM Twin Rank ECC RAM vs Kingston Single Rank in my HP ZBOOK G8 Xeon?

I obtained a improbable deal on an “open field” ZBook Fury 15.6 G8 with the Xeon W-11955M CPU, however I used to be very upset to study that non-ECC RAM was put in. I would like the identical 32GB however the HP retailer desires > $220 for every 16GB module. And I am unable to even discover any specs on it in addition to half # SKO-MEM 16GB DDR4-3200 1.2v SHARED. What may “shared” imply?

Reliability smart, Puget Programs, who makes excessive finish programs, thinks very nicely of Kingston RAM https://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/articles/Benefits-of-ECC-Reminiscence-520/

And the Kingston components finder discovered this for my ZBook
G8 https://www.kingston.com/en/reminiscence/search/mannequin/103536/hp-compaq-zbook-fury-15-15-6-g8-mobile-workstation?errorcheck=ecc

However, concerning the rating design, some ECC RAM I had checked out earlier, which presumably are appropriate with my ZBook, use the 4UY12AA ECC RAM product sort code quantity as right here on p. 46 https://h20195.www2.hp.com/v2/getpdf.aspx/c07607106.pdf

That is described as a “twin rank” sort. https://reminiscence.internet/product/4uy12aa-hp-1x-16gb-ddr4-2666-sodimm-pc4-21300v-s-dual-rank-x8-replacement/

And this one


And the 2 16GB sticks of the non-ECC RAM within the laptop computer are additionally twin rank.

However the above Kingston 16GB ECC module is single rank.

How a lot and in what means would utilizing single rank ECC RAM instead of the unique twin rank nonECC impact efficiency in a ZBook Fury G8?

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