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    got these xms3 2000 3x4gb v5.11 rated 9.10.9.27 1.65v that can do 2400 with 1.60v 11.12.11.33. i think its hynix based double sided. they refuses to boot @2666
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    Hynix BFR to be exact, not surprised they have issues above 2600. Can they tighten down to 9-11-10 at 2400?
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    they refuse to boot @ 9.11.10 with any volts
    needs 1.85v for 9.12.11 to boot fine in windows. havent test them fo stability though. they dont like tighter timings.
    in aida @ 2400
    cl 9.12.11=54 latency 1.90v
    cl 11.12.11=57 latency 1.60v

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    125 they booted up to 2666 with 1.85v and vccsa to 1.25v from stock volts. but not stable
    need more vdimm and cooling
    Last edited by xpower; 07-23-2014 at 08:20 PM.
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    Got in new old stock of ADATA 2200C9 2x2GB from eBay today. With those specs (9-9-9) I expected BBSE. This is what was under the hood:



    Clearly B-die, but no white stripes makes them BBBG. So I now have four sticks of Elpida 1Gbit BBBG which seems to be as rare as a non-crazy beautiful virginal 20-something woman.
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    tell us how they clock then

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
    Got in new old stock of ADATA 2200C9 2x2GB from eBay today. With those specs (9-9-9) I expected BBSE. This is what was under the hood:

    Clearly B-die, but no white stripes makes them BBBG. So I now have four sticks of Elpida 1Gbit BBBG which seems to be as rare as a non-crazy beautiful virginal 20-something woman.
    Some more BBBG, nice. Do you have a good photo of the entire chip marking (E...)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don_Dan View Post
    Some more BBBG, nice. Do you have a good photo of the entire chip marking (E...)?
    That's the best i could do, but it looks like E913A8BRR402
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    Thanks!

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    E917A8B09402

    Rated 9-9-9-24 1.65

    Old Team extreem kit. BBSE??
    This is the best picture i could take of the ic, they have no white text,its hard to read.





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    The label E917A8B09402 (#27), white stripes on the chips and the specification 1000 MHz 9-9-9 @ 1.65V indicate they're indeed BBSE chips.

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    Thanks Don, I read that page, but I clearly missed that info, my bad...
    Thanks for all this memory info, you guys do a greate job updating and giving all this info..

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    You're welcome, I'm glad I could help!

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    Hi guys, what chips do you think the new vengeance pro 2133 9-11-11 have?
    http://www.corsair.com/en-us/vengean...y8gx3m2b2133c9

    They are cheap in Sweden, might pick some up for fun if they are not single sided.
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    From the pic showing in your link they certainly look to be single-sided. Note the nearly solid row of SMCSMC just above the gold contacts & compare that to any double-sided modules that you have on hand and you'll clearly see the difference. As for chips, I'd say probably Samsung but of course could also be Hynix.
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    Lots of options. Most likely are Micron D9QBJ or Samsung 4Gbit B-rev, but they can also be Hynix/Samsung 2Gbit or (extremely unlikely) Hynix 4Gbit MFR.

    EDIT: added Micron D9QBJ information to OP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TaPaKaH View Post
    Lots of options. Most likely are Micron D9QBJ or Samsung 4Gbit B-rev, but they can also be Hynix/Samsung 2Gbit or (extremely unlikely) Hynix 4Gbit MFR.

    EDIT: added Micron D9QBJ information to OP.
    Thanks for that Micron update.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TaPaKaH View Post
    EDIT: added Micron D9QBJ information to OP.
    Thank you!

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    Thanks reefa, sam and don_dan Doesn't seem like anything worth trying then... maybe I should just stick with my Corsair 2666 C10s lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calathea View Post
    Thanks reefa, sam and don_dan Doesn't seem like anything worth trying then... maybe I should just stick with my Corsair 2666 C10s lol
    Yeah, you might just have to "make do" with those Corsair...a problem most people would love to have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norz View Post
    E917A8B09402

    Rated 9-9-9-24 1.65

    Old Team extreem kit. BBSE??
    This is the best picture i could take of the ic, they have no white text,its hard to read.





    BTW I had several Team kits rated as 2000 9-9-9 1.65(1.6v) all 2010 year of production were PSC-X, one 2009 was BBSE, so does anybody have more info about Team and their chips on such kits? Maybe there're some regularieties, like Sam's figured out with Kingston or G.Skill?

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    I got a better shot of the ADATA 2200C9 Elpida BBBG chips:

    Last edited by Shiranui Gen-An; 09-05-2014 at 04:23 AM.
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    Thanks!

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    Results with the generic Samsung 2Gbit Q-die:



    2400C10 loose subs




    2600C10 loose subs


    2666C10 could boot into Windows but was not stable enough to run benchmarks even up to 1.90v.
    Last edited by Shiranui Gen-An; 09-21-2014 at 05:30 PM.
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