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Take the heat-sinks off and let's see some real
I don't think that this drastic move is necessary. The timings are good enough for me and one can damage their memory as well as invalidate the DRAM warranty with removal so I personally would not advise Heat Spreader removal.
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Ok from all of that has been read by me today, it looks as if the kit on newegg, the d2c-k2g is d9gHM (b6), and anything they sell that is pc 8xxx is all d9gkx b6-25e as long as its k2g, not sure about k1. if not someone will be hearing me tear up a storm over at buffalo.
Thelove, im putting all of my faith on your kit results, and the oddball chance ill get lucky with somthing this year.
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I don't think that this drastic move is necessary. The timings are good enough for me and one can damage their memory as well as invalidate the DRAM warranty with removal so I personally would not advise Heat Spreader removal.
A nice handpicked batch of "ELPIDA" could pull that as well, just like the G.Skill kit.

AFAIK, a guy at XS took the heat-sinks off and he had ELPIDA ICs in his Buffalo.

Look: http://www.overclock.net/1666834-post11.html

and BTW, screen shots and CPU-Z validation is just that, so far that's all I've seen, not really impressed with all that.
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sweet i got those
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A nice handpicked batch of "ELPIDA" could pull that as well, just like the G.Skill kit.

AFAIK, a guy at XS took the heat-sinks off and he had ELPIDA ICs in his Buffalo.

Look: http://www.overclock.net/1666834-post11.html

and BTW, screen shots and CPU-Z validation is just that, so far that's all I've seen, not really impressed with all that.
I'm pretty darn sure that I have D9s.. but if not then what else can pull DDR2-1000 @ 4-4-4-8

Also, Nasgul.. I name you the all time naysayer.. you love to try to prove people wrong man..
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Nasgul, check your dates... Off of the XtremeSystems link "BUFFALO Firestix DDR800 Cas5 got a high chance to get D9GMH (up to 90% not sure yet) "

...and that guy with the pics of Elpida bought his in OCTOBER!!!! "Here's a couple of pics of the stick I pulled (the kit was bought on 10/15/2006):"

Mine are no more than 2 weeks old from Newegg..
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I'm pretty darn sure that I have D9s.. but if not then what else can pull DDR2-1000 @ 4-4-4-8
These right here: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231114

As the man himself, the G.Skill rep said it, they're not D9s but other type of high-binned ICs. And capable of DDR2 1200.

I don't try to prove people wrong, just that if they're going to vouch for something? then show it. I think it's more of a "credibility" that I'm after, since that what we want is the best we can get and if someone is going to cry out wolf? Then why bother?

Got any PCMark bench with those sticks at 1000mzh 4-4-4-8? 32M? 3DMark? Something besides a SS and/or cpu-z.


And BTW, it's not hard to take the heat-sinks off.
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These right here: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231114

As the man himself, the G.Skill rep said it, they're not D9s but other type of high-binned ICs. And capable of DDR2 1200.

I don't try to prove people wrong, just that if they're going to vouch for something? then show it. I think it's more of a "credibility" that I'm after, since that what we want is the best we can get and if someone is going to cry out wolf? Then why bother?

Got any PCMark bench with those sticks at 1000mzh 4-4-4-8? 32M? 3DMark? Something besides a SS and/or cpu-z.


And BTW, it's not hard to take the heat-sinks off.
I've run 3Dmark06 about 30 times, I can do a 32M run on superpi jsut for you though..

EDIT: Currently at 900Mhz 4-4-4-8 (10x Multi..).. I'll go set them to 1000 though..
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As far as taking heatspreaders off....yeah, dont.

I have ripped off about 6 chips doing it. Luckily, it worked out.... ^.^*

But yeah, you need a good, hot hairdrier and a lot of patience to keep those chips on the PCB, if the sticky crap is on there. I have pictures somewhere around here to prove it...
    
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ARGH, I just finished a 32M run and clicked too many times..there it goes.. I'm running it again..
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