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post #411 of 1497
All micron RAM is D9, when it comes to oc'ing if you are using D9's you want 1GB sticks that are double sided as the clock better than the denser Micron stuff. That said the low voltage DDR2 is also very good and a lot easier to get hold of

Right now its Hyper-X or Hyper BBSE ram if you are using any of the Core i's. For DDR3 lga 775 the micron D9's are still better as a lot of the DDR3 board have issues with the low voltage ram(even with the newest bios's)
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post #412 of 1497
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Originally Posted by Starbuck5000 View Post
All micron RAM is D9, when it comes to oc'ing if you are using D9's you want 1GB sticks that are double sided as the clock better than the denser Micron stuff. That said the low voltage DDR2 is also very good and a lot easier to get hold of

Right now its Hyper-X or Hyper BBSE ram if you are using any of the Core i's. For DDR3 lga 775 the micron D9's are still better as a lot of the DDR3 board have issues with the low voltage ram(even with the newest bios's)
What about a Sempron 140?
I'll be upping it soon, just not sure when.

Edit: Just got some D9LPK from a customers build, is that any good?
Edited by Martkilu - 1/27/10 at 2:46pm
post #413 of 1497
Thanks coffeejunky and PizzaMan for explaining that to me. Here are some photos of my new harware. Getting ready to overclock the i3 to 4GHz any advice? Im going to have to wait on the OC though until I can get my 212 mounted cuz I did away with the plastic clips on my 775 board and I dont have a backplate yet for the 1156



Edited by Voltage_Drop - 1/27/10 at 7:02pm
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CORSAIR DOMINATOR GTs and KINGSTON HYPERXs...
For DDR3 Micron D9GTR are the cream so far. Be careful with the HyperX not all are Micron, some are Elpida.

Here's a list for ya. The DDR3 list is currant. The DDR2 list is 2 years old and doesn't have the new low voltage stuff.
http://www.overclock.net/intel-memor...-ic-chips.html

As for the newer low-voltage(2.0v) DDR2 Micron, they do not OC well. They will do ~1100Mhz. Though, they die a quick death when overvolted. The 2.2v version handle voltage much better. In my tests, the newer (2.0v) sticks are faster at same speed and timings. RMA'd 4 pairs of Tracers back in 07 before I figured out how to freeze and cook them.
    
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RMA'd 4 pairs of Tracers back in 07 before I figured out how to freeze and cook them.
Thats what i am about to do!Do you remove the cooler off the stick?Whats temps and for how many minutes?
    
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If you ever go to remove the heat spreaders, heat the sticks up til they burn your fingers just a little. Then remove the spreaders. You may need to reheat during the process of removing them. If you pull to hard you'll pull the IC right off the PCB.

You can leave them on during cooking. Cook ~350-400F for ~7-10min. Each oven is a little different. With GPUs you can easily smell when the solder is molten and 'burning' a little bit. With memory it's just a hint of solder you will smell. I normally give them about 30-45 secs after I smell solder. Got to hang close and check it every min or so.

The first pair of erroring sticks I cooked come out of the oven a total no post. Put them in the freeze and they came out like new. I always freeze them first. Cooking is the last resort.
    
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Ok i will freeze them.I put them in a plastic bag right?And on the freezer for an hour?What about condention?
    
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post #418 of 1497
Just let them dry and air out after you take them out.
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post #419 of 1497
i cooked them to no results...
Only freezing them works and only for a few minutes...
I think i will cook them again for 10-12 minutes and to 200 C this time.Nothing to lose do i?
I am pretty sure if i straped her to a phase change it would run just fine!!!
    
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Hey Pizza,

I don't know how this fits in to the thread, but it's very useful.

Extreme low temp tolerance of different caps.
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