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    Quote Originally Posted by L0ud View Post
    So many opinions and so few screenshots

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    tell us more about 2200C7 that you sell, please

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    And tell us more about the Patriot 2400c9 you gifted to the community at a real nice price

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    $30 for 2400 c9 patriots kits is fair huh dont worry I called a buddy to bid on them

    the c7 are great never ln2'd 8117 PCB enjoy
    the cliche is never tested but honestly never pushed them.
    want me to try them tonight on air? what would you like to see?
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    Quote Originally Posted by websmile View Post
    And tell us more about the Patriot 2400c9 you gifted to the community at a real nice price
    Where were these Patriots? )) Always wanted to buy them cheap )

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaJ0r View Post
    Where were these Patriots? )) Always wanted to buy them cheap )
    http://item.ebay.com/271278398187

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaPaKaH View Post
    Allen sold them pretty cheap, seems they weren't anything spesial.

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    Could anybody post a pic of psc-x IC and psc-t IC please ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by giorgioprimo View Post
    Could anybody post a pic of psc-x IC and psc-t IC please ?
    You can see them here

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaJ0r View Post
    Thanks for that useful link.

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    Could anybody post a pic of psc-x IC and psc-t IC please ?
    Can also find pics of PSC X and T here:

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...DDR3-IC-thread
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    Pre-killed Corsair! Awesome, saves a lot of time

    JK! As always, thanks for finding all these auctions for us, Sam


    EDIT: the G.Skill PSC I picked up is doing fairly nice 3DMark at 1325MHz 8-12-8, 1.85v I know, not stellar, but this is the first time i've broken 1300 with PSC
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    @Sam,

    Just a quick question...those Kingston modules are rated for 1.7v-1.9v, so aren't they more likely to be based on a Micron variant, or perhaps Samsung HCF0, instead of BDBG?
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    Serialnumber on the labels indicates Elpida...

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    It is so funny(got myself Interested in Ram/IC at about when Elpida H. was EOL),I remember the time when most(I guess) of the people was yelling about those odd/unusual Timings of PSC "Uh ,DDR3-2400 C9-11-9 ",something like (a little bit) MFR today(sure fun for some [myself included] Suicides/Max Clock/and surely WR),nowadays Ram-Enthusiasts are lickin their fingers.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by websmile View Post
    Serialnumber on the labels indicates Elpida...
    Please clue me in on that...I know about the IC code that Kingston puts on the outer box (the package label), but didn't know that they also identify the ICs on the module's label. That would be extremely useful info to have.
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    You cannot identify the IC exactly, I think this doesn?t even work with gskill on most sticks. I am not deep into Kingston as 99,5% of their so-called OC-mems are crap, but on label you can see at end of the letter code which IC-manufacturer is used, H for hynix for example, S Samsung, K Kingston relabeled. Simple, but correct, the E stands for Elpida

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    Quote Originally Posted by websmile View Post
    You cannot identify the IC exactly, I think this doesn?t even work with gskill on most sticks. I am not deep into Kingston as 99,5% of their so-called OC-mems are crap, but on label you can see at end of the letter code which IC-manufacturer is used, H for hynix for example, S Samsung, K Kingston relabeled. Simple, but correct, the E stands for Elpida

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    Are you referring to the last letter in the "BSME" that is on the left edge of the label, perpendicular to the rest of the text?

    I just took a quick peek at the most readily available Kingston stick that I had near me and it has an "I" in that location...it is a generic (and naked) stick of DDR400...with Infineon ICs.

    Thanks for that info. I'm sure that I'll make good use of it.

    Can't believe that I've hung around this long and never heard about that IC code location for Kingston. I suspect that at least for the next month, if not longer, every stick of Kingston that I pick up I'll be looking for that code.
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    You are welcome

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    This item is being described as a 2x4GB kit for a total of 8GB, when the part number clearly shows up as a 2x2GB part, for a total of 4GB.

    http://www.valueram.com/datasheets/khx1800c8d3k2_4g.pdf

    The bidding is up to $50 (including S/H), or so, with a couple of hours to go and I suspect that is because of the error in the description. There is going to be a disappointed buyer, unless someone is really, really looking for a 2x2GB kit of BDBG. I don't think that the Seller's disclaimer of "This set is untested and sold as is." is going to help him out too much with respect to the error in the description.
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    http://www.ebay.de/itm/4GB-G-Skill-R...81229110244%26

    X PSC and 90% 8155 PCB, i would try some.
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