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[D9GMH] What's the best revision for Micron D9GMH Chips?

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Hello guys (:, i have 2 kits of 2x1 G.skill PHU2-2GBHZ (D9GMH), but there are some diferences in their chips:


7CD22
D9GMH
92NH


7CD22
D9GMH
8J8L

There's sobe table, or something that has the best revisions of Micron D9GMH chips?
Or 92NH, 8J8L don't make any diference at overclocking?

Thanks, and apologizes, my bad english (:
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post #2 of 4
Try them and tell us?
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post #3 of 4
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The problem is:

It's coming 2 P5B-Deluxe to me, and i won't have time to test them.

I need to know the diference (or if don't have diference) to choose which I'll use (:
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I think that's just the date codes.

They'll both go like stink.
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