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post #231 of 8074

They look like they're Micron D9GMH to me, but I could be wrong.

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post #232 of 8074
Not all of 9200C5 Reapers were D9GMH, most were actually Qimonda and wouldn't overclock even by 10 MHz.
post #233 of 8074
Got the free Gskill ripjaws sticks today...

Model: f3-10666cl8d-4gbrm
Serial: 11030640084439

Wonder what these will do?
Can't wait to get the mvg...
post #234 of 8074
This is the right D9 Flex 9200/9600.

And non D9 (wrong sticker and voltage).
post #235 of 8074
@ivanlabrie

For Gskill in the serial number, XXXXyyyyXXXXXX
where yyyy =
0140 = Micron
0000, 0240 = Hynix
0360 = Samsung
0640 = Elpida non-Hyper (typically BBSE)
0650 = Elpida (seen on blue PCB Tridents)
0660 = Elpida non-Hyper
0690 = Elpida Hyper
1040 = PSC
1240 = Nanya (?)
post #236 of 8074
0640 on 1333C8 is for sure not BBSE. They are something from BDBG, BDSE, BFSE (1Gbit dualsided) or BCSE (2Gbit, singlesided).
post #237 of 8074
Some random Elpida IC then...I'll try them just for the heck of it.
I'm ordering the MVG as we speak. biggrin.gif
post #238 of 8074
@Sam
List is't mine.
So maybe you have right.
post #239 of 8074
The heat spreader came loose on my Patriot PSC the other day while I was installing them, but Ive never seen these tiny ic's before and cant find any info on the number?



Not having much luck clocking them on the MVG either, I think maybe my chips imc is rubbish because I cant get these much past stock even though I know theyre capable of at least 2600Mhz.
The Corsair BBSE are only managing 1100Mhz 9-9-9 aswell so far?? frown.gif
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post #240 of 8074
ScunnyUK, the ICs on your Patriot is what we call X-series PSC.

Never seen actually good BBSE on any Corsair memory, so 1100 9-9-9 looks about right.
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