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    Sticky: It would be of some importance if you were to bin...

    It would be of some importance if you were to bin OEM modules - general trend is that 1600C11 versions (xxK0) clock better than 1333C9 versions (xxH9).
    But on stuff pretested by memory manufacturers...
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    Sticky: Yes. 2400C9 TridentX:...

    Yes.
    2400C9 TridentX: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231638
    2600C10 TridentX: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231591
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    Sticky: Even if they have '104' in the serial number that...

    Even if they have '104' in the serial number that indicates PSC, chance of X-series on a 1600C8 kit made in Sep2011 is very low and chance of it being what you're looking for is effectively nil.
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    Sticky: If you're talking about 2x4GB benchkits,...

    If you're talking about 2x4GB benchkits, "relevant" stuff is based on Samsung 2Gbit D-rev, best samples of which are to be found on kits rated 2400 9-11-11 or 2600/2666 10-12-12 (regardless of the...
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    Sticky: I think both will have the same 4Gbit revision B...

    I think both will have the same 4Gbit revision B Samsungs and there won't be much in between in terms of overclocking.
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    Sticky: What is more interesting is that these xBSE were...

    What is more interesting is that these xBSE were apparently made (or at least labeled) at week1105, more than a year after production of BBSE has supposedly stopped.
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    Sticky: I've never seen EBSE before. How do these clock?

    I've never seen EBSE before. How do these clock?
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    Sticky: Yes, I think so. Elpida's earlier and later 2Gbit...

    Yes, I think so. Elpida's earlier and later 2Gbit ICs that I've seen or tried were much worse than the "typical BCSE" so I can't imagine anything else as a potential candidate for DDR3-2666.
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    Sticky: Speaking of Tridents: single-sided 1GB and...

    Speaking of Tridents:
    single-sided 1GB and dual-sided 2GB modules use 1Gbit ICs - those are BBSE, PSC, Hypers or whatever, depending on spec and SN.
    single-sided 2GB and dual-sided 4GB modules use...
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    Sticky: These should be Samsung 4Gbit B-rev "HCH9". You...

    These should be Samsung 4Gbit B-rev "HCH9". You shouldn't expect more than 1200-1250MHz out of these.
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    Sticky: Yes, higher density (2Gbit/4Gbit) PSC are no good...

    Yes, higher density (2Gbit/4Gbit) PSC are no good clockers, much like all Elpida 2Gbit/4Gbit ICs on which these are most likely based on.
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    Sticky: It gets better, ICs have stripes on sides and...

    It gets better, ICs have stripes on sides and pulling one of the heatspreaders I was able to see an E904.. marking, but overclocking seems much closer to PSC.
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    Sticky: today's lolwut-moment courtesy of G.Skill: ...

    today's lolwut-moment courtesy of G.Skill:

    F3-17600CL9D-4GBXMD rated 1100MHz tRCD 9 with PSC (1103104Lxxxxxx)

    http://abload.de/img/picture00457unw.jpg
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    Sticky: Yes. I had two of these quadkits, were nothing...

    Yes. I had two of these quadkits, were nothing spectacular.
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    Sticky: I just tested my CFR - these do 32M at 1400...

    I just tested my CFR - these do 32M at 1400 9-13-11 on air, so 1450 on LN2 looks very realistic.
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    Sticky: CFR scale from cold way better than Samsung, so...

    CFR scale from cold way better than Samsung, so no wonder these do 1450 CL9 - 1400 11-13-13 is the highest CFR bin ever.
    I think there is even a CFR LN2 profile for 1400 CL8 in Maximus VI-series...
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    Sticky: what makes you think so? 1400 11-13-13 makes...

    what makes you think so?
    1400 11-13-13 makes perfect sense for good CFR
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    Sticky: Any OC numbers from these, stunni? :)

    Any OC numbers from these, stunni? :)
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    Sticky: Already seen ver 5.13 on Corsair memory ......

    Already seen ver 5.13 on Corsair memory ... careful with EFR :)
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    Sticky: For those who remember my ebay/mem thread at OCX,...

    For those who remember my ebay/mem thread at OCX, I can make a similar one here as well :)
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    Sticky: Those must be BBSE. Quite a lot of BBSE Tridents...

    Those must be BBSE.
    Quite a lot of BBSE Tridents had green PCB so this shouldn't be considered as something out of the ordinary.
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    Sticky: 1800C9 is a very low bin, don't expect these to...

    1800C9 is a very low bin, don't expect these to be good ... they might even be T-series PSC
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    Sticky: actually, this stick has been on ebay forever...

    actually, this stick has been on ebay forever (relisted many times) ... not many people are crazy enough to pay 40 euros just for one stick of Tridents :D
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    Sticky: RipjawsX heatspreaders are extremely easy to...

    RipjawsX heatspreaders are extremely easy to remove, I had a couple of 2133C8 kits on which the HS would come off whenever you're pulling the mem out of the slot.
    If you've been to Kiev, you...
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    Sticky: In this case, they are either Samsung 2Gbit...

    In this case, they are either Samsung 2Gbit revision D (aka the good ones) or revision E (aka the new and not so good ones).
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