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    I bin PSC per IC at Home !!


    I am using DDR3-2400 CL8-11-7-27 1T tcwl 6 for binning rules .... of course I use 1.5v vDIMM only!!


    I only do it when my wife slept !! Dual Channel is much faster !!


    Red is not pass , green is pass !! so I will know which chip is good enough for my battlefield !!

    It will be 8 layers 2oz PCB !! Codename : "Splave Series" !!
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    will be interesting to see what your best combination can do

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    Ask Splave !! He is going crazy on it !!

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    my angus is ready
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    Would you mind explaining exactly how all of this works? It's quite interesting!


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    Quote Originally Posted by bassplayer View Post
    Would you mind explaining exactly how all of this works? It's quite interesting!
    the combination of software + hardware lets one bin per IC. Each IC is removed and re-balled, then re-inserted into the test setup and binned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZenEffect View Post
    the combination of software + hardware lets one bin per IC. Each IC is removed and re-balled, then re-inserted into the test setup and binned.
    Not really... It is Hardware base IC Sorter. No OS required !! My English is not good . may be splave can explaining much clearly

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    Great effort, I'm looking forward to seeing the final results.

    Oh, and count me in for a Splave Series kit.

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    +1....how many ic's do you have?

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    I think there are about 600 right?
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    You guys should launch your own "highly binned" retail ram kit company

    I'm gonna be your first customer, that's fo sho

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don_Dan View Post
    Oh, and count me in for a Splave Series kit.
    That might be a costly kit !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Lam View Post
    Not really... It is Hardware base IC Sorter. No OS required !! My English is not good . may be splave can explaining much clearly
    There is still a software component. I assumed that it wouldnt require an OS, mabye a boot disk/usb but probably boots from hardware (which contains the software.)

    Best of luck with this endevor, hope to see a killer kit emerge.

    600IC is roughly 37 double sided sticks isnt it? are you sure thats enough? (no sarcasim intended) if only 1 IC are passing with tight bin rules out of 8, with 16 required, that makes a total of 2 good sticks out of 600 IC with 2 IC or so left over. TBH, the cost on this compared to binning MFR per IC is MUCH cheaper. About $1000 in memory to remove and reball before you can sort the ICs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZenEffect View Post
    There is still a software component. I assumed that it wouldnt require an OS, mabye a boot disk/usb at best. Best of luck with this endevor.

    600IC is roughly 37 double sided sticks isnt it? are you sure thats enough? (no sarcasim intended) if only 1 IC are passing with tight bin rules out of 8, with 16 required, that makes a total of 2 good sticks out of 600 IC with 2 IC or so left over. TBH, the cost on this compared to binning MFR per IC is MUCH cheaper. About $1000 in memory to remove and reball before you can sort the ICs.
    600 IC is binned passed 1.65v twcl 7 and I am going for second bin for DDR3-2500 twcl 6

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    I think they are just looking for a few sets of sticks to rule them all, not go into full production mode.


    Nice stuff John, knock em dead man !

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZenEffect View Post
    There is still a software component. I assumed that it wouldnt require an OS, mabye a boot disk/usb but probably boots from hardware (which contains the software.)

    Best of luck with this endevor, hope to see a killer kit emerge.

    600IC is roughly 37 double sided sticks isnt it? are you sure thats enough? (no sarcasim intended) if only 1 IC are passing with tight bin rules out of 8, with 16 required, that makes a total of 2 good sticks out of 600 IC with 2 IC or so left over. TBH, the cost on this compared to binning MFR per IC is MUCH cheaper. About $1000 in memory to remove and reball before you can sort the ICs.
    May be it call "Firmware".... but anyway... Hardware cannot alive without software.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckeye View Post
    I think they are just looking for a few sets of sticks to rule them all, not go into full production mode.


    Nice stuff John, knock em dead man !
    We are not going for mass production. Just look for some stick can go 5-9-5 2.1v

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Lam View Post
    We are not going for mass production. Just look for some stick can go 5-9-5 2.1v
    Yes that's what I said

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Lam View Post
    We are not going for mass production. Just look for some stick can go 5-9-5 2.1v
    Better to test with twcl 5 cl 5 if possible.

    Regardless this is an awesome project and I can not wait to see your results
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    Sounds to me like no-one will ever catch Splave in Pi
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    looks great!

    this is a very interesting project for sure.

    Ill take a kit too..
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    This is a new level of benching... ! You are PRO
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    Quote Originally Posted by l0ud_sil3nc3 View Post
    Better to test with twcl 5 cl 5 if possible.

    Regardless this is an awesome project and I can not wait to see your results
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZenEffect View Post
    There is still a software component. I assumed that it wouldnt require an OS, mabye a boot disk/usb but probably boots from hardware (which contains the software.)

    Best of luck with this endevor, hope to see a killer kit emerge.

    600IC is roughly 37 double sided sticks isnt it? are you sure thats enough? (no sarcasim intended) if only 1 IC are passing with tight bin rules out of 8, with 16 required, that makes a total of 2 good sticks out of 600 IC with 2 IC or so left over. TBH, the cost on this compared to binning MFR per IC is MUCH cheaper. About $1000 in memory to remove and reball before you can sort the ICs.
    Are they actually balling the IC's? My guess would be that the jig allows them to mount the IC's securely without actually flowing any solder.


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