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G.Skill HZ's are still made with D9's

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I just got my RMA'ed pair of HZ's in the mail today (3/20/08) and I can confirm they are still made with D9's. No, I didn't void my warranty to find out.. the heatsinks were put on VERY loosely. As I was fidgeting one of the ram modules into a ram slot, I decided to pull it out to get a better view.. and well, only the heatsink came with my hand. The sticker is still intact though.

Anyway, they work great and I was amazed at how fast G.skill sent the ram back.. I sent my old ram maybe a week ago, at most. Go Gskill!! ;D
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I just got my RMA'ed pair of HZ's in the mail today (3/20/08) and I can confirm they are still made with D9's. No, I didn't void my warranty to find out.. the heatsinks were put on VERY loosely. As I was fidgeting one of the ram modules into a ram slot, I decided to pull it out to get a better view.. and well, only the heatsink came with my hand. The sticker is still intact though.

Anyway, they work great and I was amazed at how fast G.skill sent the ram back.. I sent my old ram maybe a week ago, at most. Go Gskill!! ;D
Good to hear. I killed a stick yesterday ( I think), so I'll be RMAing soon. How'd you carry out your RMA?
    
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There are new D9s out and would populate one side of the module or 8 ICs, the same ones used on the 2x2G modules. The older higher OCing D9s would still require 16 IC or both sides of the module would be populated on 2x1G modules.
    
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Good to hear. I killed a stick yesterday ( I think), so I'll be RMAing soon. How'd you carry out your RMA?
Just sent them a filled out RMA form (found on their website) to rma@gskill.com.
They give you an RMA number which you put on the front of the package that your bad modules are in & they send you new ones back. Very simple and fast
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I had a similar experience RMA'ing my Firestix. I sent back 4 sticks(a 1G kit and a 2G kit) and had them back wayy sooner than I expected, like a week I think. Sorry I'm not opening them and voiding the warranty to check IC's though, just thought I'd share.
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I'd suggest using an alternate email address besides a gmail address for RMA'ing. I finally got an RMA number after four attempts with my gmail account and finally sending one from my work email. I got a response the next day with my work email address.
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