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ok so i was playing around with the fbga decoder on the micron site and basically you can just put what ever ram chip number in there and pull up products and specs,

so i was comparing my d9gct and d9gmh on there

the d9gct code got only one product
http://www.micron.com/products/partd...T47H64M8B6-37E

the d9gmh got 2 products
one the same as the ct's
http://www.micron.com/products/partd...T47H64M8B6-37E
and the other a faster one
http://www.micron.com/products/partd...=MT47H64M8B6-3

so heres the question, are companys putting the ddr2533 and ocing them to 800 and taking the ddr2667 and ocing them to 1000 or are they putting them all in the same 800 sticks

or is micron just not updating there site very well, anyways not sure where im going with this but its kind of cool messing around with it

edit: oh and the d9gkz i think it is that were really the best are rated at ddr2800 on the site
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