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I have just finished my work on Thaiphoon Burner 9.4.2.0 which is capable of determining the part number of DDR4 chips of Micron Technology.



Now I'm looking for someone who has DDR4 Crucial Ballistix modules and who could share the SPD dump from them. Thanks!

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Just let you know guys Thaiphoon Burner 9.4.2.0 has been released! Thanks to Bartosz Waluk, Funkykit owner, the latest version is capable of determining DDR4 SDRAM chips on G.SKILL DDR4 modules.

Thaiphoon Burner G.SKILL Ripjaws4 DDR4

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Can anyone please confirm whether the latest Thaiphoon Burner 9.6.1.0 is capable of reading entire 512 SPD bytes of EEPROM on the Intel Z170-based motherboard? I can give an annual personal license to each of the testers.

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Thaiphoon Burner 9.7.0.0 has been released. Key features:
  • SPD Data Protection Test (EEPROM -> Dat protection test);
  • SPD Background Backup (Backup -> Backup manager);
  • Added information about DDR3 and DDR4 DRAM Package type;
  • Added part number identification for HyperX modules with SK Hynix DDR4 components;
  • Added support for the SMBus controller of AMD "Mullins" Family 16h Model 30-3F SoCs.

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Thaiphoon Burner 9.8 unofficially can be downloaded from here. I have attached the new database containing the URLs to the greatest memory module reviews where TB was used. For this moment the database contains 67 records. You just need to call SPD Browser from Thaiphoon Burner to enjoy the new feature.

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Hi!

I'd like to share the new version 9.8.2.0 of my Thaiphoon Burner utility. I've successfully implemented a lot of interesting ideas that you will probably find them useful. So, here is the key features of the new version:
  • JEDEC DIMM Label Coder toolbox designed to help memory module manufacturers build JEDEC DIMM Labels for DDR3 and DDR4 modules;
  • The colour scheme of HEX Editor has been improved;
  • The latest SK hynix A-die components are recognized when found on HyperX DDR4 memory modules;
  • The Part Number is displayed in case of Nanya DDR4 components;
  • The program provides more information specific for DDR3 LRDIMM;
  • Information specific for DDR4 NVIDIMM is displayed in the report;
  • New Micron 8Gb and 16Gb DDR4 components, such as D9TNW, D9TNT, D9TBJ, etc are identified by the program;
  • For all series of Crucial Technology DDR4 modules the program can identify employed components;
  • XMP Enhancer can access DRAM configuration registers of "Skylake" CPUs to create XMP2.0 profiles on the base of current timings;
  • SEC DDR4-2400 and DDR4-2666 components are identified.

So, if you need to know the part number of employed chips on your DDR4 memory modules you can use Thaiphoon Burner software. The Demo version of the program does not hide any information from you.

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Hi!

I'd like to let you know that the new version of my Thaiphoon Burner 9.9.0.0 was released recently.
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"The most significant addition to this new version is support for the recent “DDR4 SPD Document Release 4” which defines new DDR4-2400, DDR4-2666, DDR4-2933 and DDR4-3200 speed bin groups adopted by JEDEC as the industry standard for DDR4 memory. So, the Timing Table Editor and XMP Enhancer for DDR4 SPD contain 15 new standard speed bins both for regular DRAM and 3D-stacked DRAM devices – DDR4-2400T, DDR4-2666U, DDR4-2933Y, DDR4-2933AA, DDR4-3200W, etc. For LRDIMM DDR4 modules with SPD 1.2 the program displays DRAM VrefDQ value for each package ranks. The new D, G, E and H revisions of Micron 8Gb DRAM chips are identified. Part Number is displayed for Micron DRAM components if these have been found on Kingston ValueRAM DDR4 memory modules. A-die SK hynix DRAM devices are correctly recognized for Kingston DDR4 memory modules. Another noticeable change is the new color scheme of all dialog boxes. A traditional for Thaiphoon Burner high contrast black color has been changed to medium gray. This should improve interaction with the program. The Settings dialog box has the third tab sheet named “Color Scheme”. So far, it lets the user to change the color of the Main Toolbar, e.g. you can select white for Windows 10, and the current color scheme for HTML reports."

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Thaiphoon Burner 10.0.0.0 buil 0310 (Accumulative version) is available to download. Now the program is capable of displaying Die Revision in the summary report.

For more info, please refer to the "What's new.txt" file which is included in the zip package.

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Thaiphoon Burner 10.1.0.0 build 0426 (Accumulative version). This version is capable of uploading SPD dumps and screenshots to RGHost file hosting. This is a very handy option if you need to post Thaiphoon Burner screenshots on forums.

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