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For Sale: G.Skill 2x2GB DDR3-2000 Trident RAM LNIB

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This ram was used to test an overclock on a i7-2600k - it was ran at spec, any higher wasn't necessary. This kit has probably about 8 hours uptime total. Decided to go with a DDR3-1866 2x4GB kit for daily driver instead.

Asking $50+shipping of your choice.



http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=217
Model: F3-16000CL9D-4GBTD
CAS Latency: 9-9-9-27-2N
Speed: DDR3-2000 (PC3-16000)
1.65 Volts - 2.17 inches high - XMP Ready
Edited by SMK - 10/7/12 at 3:23pm
    
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With those being rated for 1.65v, they should be sporting Elpida BBSE ICs, which plays very well with IB and Z77 chipset.

Would snag them if I didn't already have some.

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yeah theyre bbse for sure, i own this exact kit thumb.gif
these are some of the best mems available esp for ivy
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they can also be PSC.

I have found 3 kits of this which are PSC.(Which I didnt buy as I am hunting BBSE)
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I have seen versions with Hypers (0690).
Can you post a picture of the serial numbers so that overclocking folk know what they're buying?
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they can also be PSC.
I have found 3 kits of this which are PSC.(Which I didnt buy as I am hunting BBSE)

I don't believe that this kit is PSC based.

I specifically mentioned the voltages of this kit (taken off the module label in the provided picture) as being 1.65v because that is one way to distinguish the ones with BBSE from the ones with PSCs, which will instead be rated for 1.6v.

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Originally Posted by Sam OCX 
I have seen versions with Hypers (0690).
Can you post a picture of the serial numbers so that overclocking folk know what they're buying?

This, of course, is the most reliable way to tell them apart.

I would expect these to have "1040" for the 5th thru 8th digits of the serial numbers if they are PSC.

I don't think that they will. I believe that these will most likely show "0640".

I would also be very surprised to find a DDR3-2000 CL9 kit to be "0690" (Hypers). I would expect Hyper based kits to be no more than CL8 at those "low" clocks.

SMK,
We don't need a pic of the label if you are not confortable showing it, posting the 5th thru the 8th digits of the serial number will provide enough info to determine the ICs used by GSkill on your modules.
Edited by Reefa_Madness - 10/6/12 at 4:47am
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I am hunting BBSE

sorry to sidetrack your thread OP, but
offtopic.gif there is some bbse mushkin for sale on ebay right now offtopic.gif

reefa makes some good points, and i believe these are bbse. however sam is quite experienced bencher as well and he knows his stuff too thumb.gif

someone just buy them and check out the IC so we can get a verdict biggrin.gif
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For what its worth, here is a pic of one of the labels from one of my 3x2GB kit of these GSkill Tridents (same DDR3-2000 / CL9 / 1.65v version). Note the 5th thru 8th digits of the serial number are "0640", which according to the best available info, are Elpida (non-Hyper) ICs.



I have kits that are 1.6v and these have the "1040" coding instead...indicating PSC ICs.

Again, I'm pretty sure that voltage value of 1.65v is the clue that the kit for sale in this thread is BBSE based.
Edited by Reefa_Madness - 10/6/12 at 8:31pm
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I will post a pic this afternoon of the serials, no prob.
    
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