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This Classified is Closed

For Sale:
[FS] Maximus V Gene, 8GB Sniper 2133MHz CL9

Will Ship To: Anywhere

ASUS Maximus V Gene Z77 Socket 1155 board, comes with all the accessories. - $140 shipped
(board and stock accessories only, no wi-fi card included)

A 8GB (2x4GB) kit of G.Skill Sniper 2133MHz 9-11-10-28 Hynix CFR IIRC. $75 shipped

PM me with questions or reasonable offers.

Updated with better pics!
Edited by stickg1 - 4/10/14 at 6:26am
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Also a 8GB (2x4GB) kit of G.Skill Sniper 2133MHz 9-11-10-28 Hynix CFR IIRC, but the model number will be shown so please correct me if I am wrong!

GSkill IC code of 2400 denotes a Hynix DDR3-1600 part. May 2012 manufacturing date would indicate, almost without a doubt, CFR under the hood.

Edit:
I just noticed your avatar.

Love my charcoal Weber kettle grill...fired it up tonight and tossed some steaks over the hot coals...they turned out yummy! smile.gif
Edited by Reefa_Madness - 4/5/14 at 7:07pm
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how do you know what chips ram uses since the discussion about it is going on?

Nice chip BTW and a free bump. thumb.gif
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Samsung 950 Pro  WD 5TB Black LG WH10LS30 XSPC RX480 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
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Windows 10 PRO x64 Dell U3415W Madcatz S.T.R.I.K.E. 3 red ERV1050EWT 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Corsair Carbide 540 Air Roccat Nyth Corsair  Hyper X Cloud II 
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I believe RAM enthusiasts that buy lots of different kits will pull off the heatspreaders to examine the chips and in some cases cool with LN2. After sharing their findings with one another they have compiled enough data to decipher what different number sequences in the DIMM's model number correlate with which ICs.
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Originally Posted by scgt1 View Post

how do you know what chips ram uses since the discussion about it is going on?

Nice chip BTW and a free bump. thumb.gif

GSkill uses a numbering scheme to distinguish the memory chip manufacturer, that coupled with the density of the module (1GB vs 2GB vs 4GB, etc) and whether the module is single-sided, or double-sided, as well as when it was manufactured (specific memory chips have a set life, then go out of production, so other than during the phase-out of one and start-up of its replacement, the manufacturing date will clue you in on what was in production during that period.

The latest GSkill coding can be found here:

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?283666-Figuring-out-G-Skill-s-SNs

The link below is to a post (#1894) that I made recapping information that others had worked up and perhaps you will find it useful.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1268061/ocn-ram-addict-club-gallery/1880_40#post_20158789

BTW, Corsair uses the version number, found as "verx.x" on the module label, in a similar way. The first link below will give you a start with those version numbers and the second has info on how to read the Corsair Parts #.

http://forum.corsair.com/forums/showthread.php?t=68811

http://forum.corsair.com/forums/showthread.php?t=80808

Kingston, on the other hand uses an IC code that is on the package label, along with a letter code on the module label.

Not all manufacturers use coding, but there are a few places where people post what they find under the hood when spreaders are removed. One of the better ones is this thread over at i4memory:

http://i4memory.com/showthread.php?t=8426

Associated database...just select the platform (DDR / DDR2 / DDR3)

http://ramlist.i4memory.com/

Hope that helps a little bit, and my apologies to the OP if this is a distraction for you. I won't be offended if you ask a mod to delete it.
Edited by Reefa_Madness - 4/8/14 at 9:51pm
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No that's good information, thanks!
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Glad you found it useful. Figuring out the ICs without removing the spreaders is a bit of game...one that I enjoy playing. smile.gif
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