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    Get retarted in here - UTT is everywhere

    I just bought the cheapest rami could find. 2x 512 geil budget .
    it's doing 2-2-2-10-1 240 3.2V as we speak
    http://www.hardlynormals.com.au/prod...oducts_id=1672
    that's teh shop.
    prices are AUD.

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    Push those suckers further! FURTHER! Come on, you can get 250 at least if you burn it in!
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    nice work goatman
    are they BH UTT or CH?
    btw post it in i4memory.com

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    My Geil Value also has Winbond UTT chips ... can you post some pics of the chips (I don't have a digital camera to make the photos myself).

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    sweet

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    what the..........

    geil value too?

    can you check the part number? check for year and week please

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    Thanks for the shop listing, Goaty-boy.

    Nice to know another good online store in Aus!

    On that note, is there a comprehensive list anywhere of various countries and their GOOD stores for people like us, looking to buy the higher end goods?
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    i have something going on here.. if u wanna see... i have some vendors that ships international... will add more later

    http://forums.extremeoverclocking.co...d.php?t=166246

    for australia

    www.staticice.com.au

    should be able to find you the things u want
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    Geil Value PC3200 1GB kit PN : 1074-SN5001730

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    any date on that? e.g. 0513 or 0510?

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    None that I can identify . I've bought the kit one week ago.

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    cool, might get my mate to order his now. You have to get the good stuff.
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    hmm ok thnx

    oh yeah... try cpuz? year and week

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    damn I might go and order a pair
    just gotta find one locally
    maybe pluscorp

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    Thought of tha when I bought them. But from what I've seen all Geil Value (if not all Geil ram) aren't "accurate" about the Serial Number and week/year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scorp
    Thought of tha when I bought them. But from what I've seen all Geil Value (if not all Geil ram) aren't "accurate" about the Serial Number and week/year.

    LOL

    edit: hey Arc... better see whether they are new stock... i think pluscorp should let u know whether they are or not

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    geil value is $168 from pluscorp with ocau discount or 171 normal price

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    yea.. i just checked as well.. but better see whether it's new

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    If you could find them at a local store and look at the modules you can identify if they have Winbond chips or not.

    I have attached some pics of the sides of Winbond ICs. You can notice that all of them have 2 silver colored lines.
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    yea.. that's one way of identifying them

    but doesn't really say whether it's winbond or not...

    any other IC have only 2 silver metal sticking out?

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    No recent ICs that I could find. Only some old PC2100 Hynix H seem to have the same two lines, but they are thiner and shorter.

    However according the Geil they use only Elpida or Hynix chips for their Value line. Elpida chips look different, while Hynix D5 & D43 have 4 dots on their sides.

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    hmm... will keep an eye for these geil now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyelf
    hmm... will keep an eye for these geil now...
    In the U.S. I would bet that the
    GEIL 1GB PC3200 DUAL C2 listed at Outpost may be more of the UTT.
    Sourcing parts for a mildly over clocked abacus.

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    From how the modules look they are Geil Ultra Platinum PC3200. Those modules should have Winbond CH-5 or Mosel Vitelic 5ns, but than again .. who knows

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyelf
    yea.. that's one way of identifying them

    but doesn't really say whether it's winbond or not...

    any other IC have only 2 silver metal sticking out?
    yes these ICs have the 2 soldr balls.
    hynix chips have 4 smaller ones.

    I can't get 250 at ANY voltage. could this be my mem controller?

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