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    Another New + Entry level of Micron D9 from GSKILL

    Remember our F2-6400PHU2-2GBHZ, F2-5400PHU2-2GBZX
    Those was using Elpida IC. however, after May 1st, 06. We decided shift it to Micron D9XXX.
    Those new rev101 price are much lower compare with DDR2 1000 2GBHZ/ZX because of different IC (((that is right! 2GBHZ is using some more powerful IC from Micron..from i heard, some sample can do DDR2 1200 at some mobo vendors, but i don't have too much detail on that!))), but while gives almost same overclock potential. and remember, those are not low binned from 1000 2GBHZ, so guys don't need to worry about like good one put into D2 1000!!
    ok back to D2 800 2GBHZ, let see how it overclock!

    test on P5WD2 955chipset, Pentium 631 CPU
    2.3v all the way!




    it is newegg in stock now! be sure get a 0605 kits..... $245 i believe
    0604 and older are using elpida still.

    i am going to test 1066 4-4-3-1 and see how is it!

    also. this is not handpick! no more handpick from GSKILL!!!
    i will test 3 pair and see how is average OC!


    BTW, THE F2-6400PHU2-2GBZX IS TOTALLY DIFFERENT THAN F2-6400PHU2-2GBHZ!

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    nice :

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    some 32M on 1066 2.3v






    was working on D2 1100 but no luck, windows 32M locks up..
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    it is the only 1st pair, i will continue on monday to see the result from another 2 more kits
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    Great looking stuff G.S! 533MHz at 4-4-3-1 with only 2.3v..

    Would it be possible to do an Everest READ/WRITE or Sandra Buffered with those settings?
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    these OC nicely....

    are the 8000s going to be updated with these nice ICs??
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    So which line of GSKILL will carry Elpida chips?
    Heatware: 50-0-0
    Quote Originally Posted by Charile
    I believe that GWB, who may NOT be the best overclocking CPU in the tray...
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    oh c'mon, maxxx, kick that cat of that monitor and have it poop for you

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    Nice, I was considering buying a kit of F2-6400PHU2-2GBHZ and now I definately want them. How do I determine if it's 0605 or not?

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    Yummy We need to see how this RAM does on AM2 platform... I'm hoping it will play well Good price for nicely clocking 2GB DDR2...
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    Quote Originally Posted by phobos
    Nice, I was considering buying a kit of F2-6400PHU2-2GBHZ and now I definately want them. How do I determine if it's 0605 or not?
    First four #s on the label.
    Heatware: 50-0-0
    Quote Originally Posted by Charile
    I believe that GWB, who may NOT be the best overclocking CPU in the tray...
    Quote Originally Posted by -thc-(cZ) View Post
    oh c'mon, maxxx, kick that cat of that monitor and have it poop for you

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    What does it with more vcore..

    its some nice mem
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    So is this the product we're talking about?

    How do we know which is 0605?

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    Very nice value stuff I just love Micron

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gautam
    So is this the product we're talking about?

    How do we know which is 0605?
    I'd like to know too, in the market some PC-6400.

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    So these are better then the old ones?
    I was just going to pick up some G.Skill PC2-6400, if these are better I'll better wait because her in Belgium the market moves so slow

    I've been searching for results of the 'old' F2-6400PHU2-2GBHZ, but couldn't find any...

    Are F2-5400PHU2-2GBZX the same? They are cheaper.


    :edit:
    Have you measured the voltages on the motherboard? Or is 2.3v what you programmed in the BIOS?
    If so it's probably only 2.20v ~2.25v
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    Looks like B6-3 is starting to make its rounds through the MFGRs finally Very nice sticks you have there
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    Quote Originally Posted by EquilibriumX
    I'd like to know too, in the market some PC-6400.
    If you cant find the gskill version this one is the same thing:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820146108

    I know its more expensive but I am familiar with these chips and I can state for a fact that the ones linked above are one in the same. Id link some OCZ and others to remove bias but I couldnt find any on newegg
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    0604 are elpida's so guys get those 0605

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    How tight can you get the timings? On 800MHz and 667MHz.

    Is F2-5400PHU2-2GBZX as good as the PC2-6400 version?
    Last edited by SMa; 06-04-2006 at 11:55 AM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SMa
    How tight can you get the timings? On 800MHz and 667MHz.

    Is F2-5400PHU2-2GBZX as good as the PC2-6400 version?
    My set of mushkin does just over 800 with 4-3-3 @ 2.25v While I havent tried a 2clk timing i wouldnt rule it out of question
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    Links at newegg would be nice and some better info on identifying them. Your post is very confusing, but thank you for the heads up.

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    maybe i missed it, but what's the model name of these? is it still HZ?

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    Model name hasn't changed. It's still F2-6400PHU2-2GBHZ.
    But now it's revision 101


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    someone should definitely buy these and report back whether they are 0605 or not and give some results :-)...

    we're talking about this right? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231065
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    I was going to get the old version of this but now im not so sure. I imagine these will take there time reaching the uk, im really struggling to find good affordable ram here.

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