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I'd think they prefer original packaging... but not 100% sure. Make at least sure they're securely packaged in antistatic bags or something like that.

You could always use the packaging your new RAM arrived in . Just remove any markings
    
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i baught the firestix...they booted right up have been OCing pretty good...too bad i cant show you because theres something wrong with my LAN/ethernet thing or drivers...
How high have you run them? Are they the CAS5 sticks too? The CAS4's are supposed to be Micron D9 but the CAS5 sticks are unknown...
post #13 of 16
you guys might want to take a look at the following two reviews. One of them is for CAS 4 Kits and one is for CAS 5 kits...

Buffalo Firestix (.....D2C.... Kit)

Buffalo Firestix (...D2B Kit)
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you guys might want to take a look at the following two reviews. One of them is for CAS 4 Kits and one is for CAS 5 kits...

Buffalo Firestix (.....D2C.... Kit)

Buffalo Firestix (...D2B Kit)
That looks like the CAS5 kits are also D9GMH...I hope I am reading that right.
post #15 of 16
That's what i understand by reading the first review. The D2C (CAS5) kits are using D9GMH compared to D9GKX used in D2B (CAS4) ones. I hope this is correct as mine (D2C) are on the way : )
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That's what i understand by reading the first review. The D2C (CAS5) kits are using D9GMH compared to D9GKX used in D2B (CAS4) ones. I hope this is correct as mine (D2C) are on the way : )
http://www.overclock.net/intel-memor...ml#post1486875

I made a thread and credited you for your findings!
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