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I have some older OCZ Platinum sticks. It came in a 6GB DDR3 kit and the speeds are as follows:

1600MHz 7-7-7 20 1T @ 1.65V

They'll do 2000MHz 8-8-8 24 1T @1.68V WPrime 1024M and SPi 32M stable. I've never actually run a stability program for them though.

Anyway, I was just wondering which ICs these are.
 

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correct link link.
OCZ DDR3 PC3-12800 Platinum Low-Voltage Triple Channel

also heres a thread about them and their IC's,looks like it can be a variety of IC's -samsung,d9's,elpida,PSC
A quickie * 6GB OCZ DDR3 1600CL7 preliminary tests

and in another thread TONY from OZC say they can be any of these IC's.
the only real way to know is take off the HS.i did my OZC1333 animals to find D9's.just use a blow dryer and heat it up and very gently pry the HS off only if you really want to know 100%.its risky so do at you own risk
 

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The first link you provided is still incorrect radaja. I blame OCZ for having so many different revisions of these chips, but the stock timings are 7-7-7 20. The first link says 7-7-7 24.

I don't really want to take off the HS. They're great sticks so I don't want to risk it.
 
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