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Normally yes, the ICs on the sticks of same brand with same specs should be the same. But I just don't see a point in having single-sided MFR sticks even if they are decent.
post #642 of 8090
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Originally Posted by Reefa_Madness View Post

HYK0s are Samsung. smile.gif

I'm guessing you meant to say that you need HCH9.

I need the HCH9. Now I am scared to open them up. Probably going to just return them if I don't find out more info about them.
Edited by SonDa5 - 1/23/13 at 12:51pm
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post #643 of 8090
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Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

Normally yes, the ICs on the sticks of same brand with same specs should be the same. But I just don't see a point in having single-sided MFR sticks even if they are decent.

Just for grins...and comparisons. No other reason. smile.gif
post #644 of 8090
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Originally Posted by SonDa5 View Post

I need the HDH9. Now I am scared to open them up. Probably going to just return them if I don't find out more info about them.

Typically Team has used Samsung ICs on those kits. The 2400 C9 kits were HCH9 so there is a good chance that the 2133s are HCH9, but probably didn't make the cut for use in the 2400 kits. That doesn't mean that they won't run 2400 or even 2600, just that they will probably require more voltage than those binned for the 2400 kits.

I thought you already had a kit of HCH9 based GSkill 2400 C9.
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I have the Team 2133mhz kit.. and yes they are HCH9.. Team labels the IC in the serial # ..this kit will do +2666mhz with 1.76v CL10 tRCD13

 

 

*check out the link.. you can spot IC type in the model description/part #

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&DEPA=0&Order=BESTMATCH&N=-1&isNodeId=1&Description=team+group+xtreem

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Good info, CL3P20. Do you know if there's a cheaper kit with HCH9's? That 2133MHz Teamgroup kit is at a decent price on Newegg and I wouldn't mind buying it, but just wondering if I can get the same IC's for less. Not looking to take my chances on value RAM, though. I just want a kit that's guaranteed to have those IC's.
post #647 of 8090
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Originally Posted by CL3P20 View Post

I have the Team 2133mhz kit.. and yes they are HCH9.. Team labels the IC in the serial # ..this kit will do +2666mhz with 1.76v CL10 tRCD13




*check out the link.. you can spot IC type in the model description/part #
http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&DEPA=0&Order=BESTMATCH&N=-1&isNodeId=1&Description=team+group+xtreem

I must be really dense. Can you walk me thru the IC description in the Part #

Use this one
Team Xtreem LV 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 2133
TXD38192M2133HC9NDC-L

I read this as:
TX3 = Team Xtreem DDR3
8192M = 8GB (8x1024 megabytes = 8192)
2133 = rated ram speed DDR3-2133
H = unknown
C9 = CAS 9
N = unknown
DC = number of modules - dual channel kit
-L = LV or "Low voltage" (part of model description)

and then this one
Team Xtreem LV 16GB (4 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 2400
TXD316G2400HC10QQC01

I read this as:
TX3 = Team Xtreem DDR3
16G = 16GB
2400 = rated ram speed DDR3-2400
H = unknown
C10 = CAS 10
Q = unknown (or NE error, as none of the others have this extra "Q")
QC = number of modules - quad channel kit
01 = unknown, but would appear to maybe designate the model (change from previous method or a new revision?)

and this one
Team Xtreem Dark 16GB (4 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600
TXD316G1600HC9QC-D

I read this as:
TX3 = Team Xtreem DDR3
16G= 16GB
1600 = rated ram speed DDR3-1600
H = unknown
C9 = CAS 9
QC = number of modules - quad channel kit
-D = "Dark" (part of model description)

So do you think that the "H" designates "HCH9"? Other ICs start with H also, such as HYK0, or even Hynix H9C.

What am I missing here?
Edited by Reefa_Madness - 1/23/13 at 12:08pm
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Originally Posted by CL3P20 View Post

*check out the link.. you can spot IC type in the model description/part #
And in which way, if you don't mind saying?

Team Xtreem high-end DDR3 part numbers go as follows
TXD3 - obviously means Team Xtreem DDR3
4G/8G/16G/32G - means size
2133/2400/2600/2666/2800 - means rating
H - same on all modules
C9/C10/C11 - means CAS latency
no letter, C/D/N or Q - there is no letter or C on CL11 models, D on CL12 models, H on CL9 models and Q on CL10 models, most likely this is related to previous CAS latency
DC/QC - dual or quad kit
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Originally Posted by decimator View Post

Do you know if there's a cheaper kit with HCH9's? That 2133MHz Teamgroup kit is at a decent price on Newegg and I wouldn't mind buying it, but just wondering if I can get the same IC's for less. Not looking to take my chances on value RAM, though. I just want a kit that's guaranteed to have those IC's.
Not even Team 2133C9 are guaranteed to have the proper Samsungs, so you won't certainly find them as 'guaranteed' on anything cheaper.
post #649 of 8090
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Originally Posted by Sam OCX 
And in which way, if you don't mind saying?

Seems you and I are struggling with the same question. I don't feel so stupid now. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by decimator View Post

Good info, CL3P20. Do you know if there's a cheaper kit with HCH9's? That 2133MHz Teamgroup kit is at a decent price on Newegg and I wouldn't mind buying it, but just wondering if I can get the same IC's for less. Not looking to take my chances on value RAM, though. I just want a kit that's guaranteed to have those IC's.

Good question but from what I have seen the Team Groups over clock very well and this kit looks very nice with full size PCB and nice heat sink.

They go out of stock quick and newegg and that is why I picked them up yesterday.

10% of with coupon BTEXWVW22 not sure if the coupon still works.
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