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I have a HP Z600 Workstation and looking at the memory options on the HP website (https://support.hp.com/gb-en/product/hp-z600-workstation/3718663/model/3718664/document/c01709707) I'm wondering what the difference is between their "CTO" and "AMO" memory?

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    CTO in HP parlance means Configured To Order. I've not encountered AMO. – I say Reinstate Monica Nov 16 '17 at 12:14
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AMO seems to be Aftermarket Order, as far as I can find out! Where CTO is Configure to order! = CTO is what could be standard delivered from HP and AMO is something you could replace your self (according to what info I could google, with the same problem) Jesper

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