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    Don't know of a single 4GB kit ever made with Fatbody chips, so I really doubt that those OCZs used them.
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    oh sorry thats a 2x2gb kit, not a single 4gb stick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PCFlip View Post
    oh sorry thats a 2x2gb kit, not a single 4gb stick.
    I knew what you meant...my reply refers to "kit", hence I was referring to 2x2GB kit for a total of 4GB.

    The highest speed rated fatbody that I've ever seen were the Corsair 8000ULs and I don't believe that those particular modules were even available in 2x1GB.

    Again, I don't believe that there were single 2GB sticks (or 4GB kits) ever made with fatbody chips, or at least not the D9DQTs and D9DWTs which were the low latency / high clock chips.

    Someone may know otherwise, but I'm reasonably sure that they weren't made.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PCFlip View Post

    Does anyone know if the OCZ 4GB (2x2gb) PC2-8500 (DDR2-1066) DDR2 Memory PN# OCZ2RPR10664GK uses D9 Chips?
    Most likely it's Powerchip. No guarantee, though.

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    Please note the Q&A in this auction.

    Is a member of OCTeamDenmark trying to buy new fatbody RAM? Gotcha!

    Well, I saw this auction myself, it's stupid the seller doesn't want to ship to Europe.
    ( *awaytobrowseebay* )

    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    You can never have enough D9's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don_Dan View Post
    Please note the Q&A in this auction.

    Is a member of OCTeamDenmark trying to buy new fatbody RAM? Gotcha!

    Well, I saw this auction myself, it's stupid the seller doesn't want to ship to Europe.
    ( *awaytobrowseebay* )
    I got a freinds, freind to buy them for me
    OCTeamDenmark.Com

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost101 View Post
    Does anybody know if these are micron d9s

    http://www.ebuyer.com/product/116755

    I need a kit to add to my 2gb ballistix kit.
    don't think so,

    the PC28000 OCZ2P10002GK's are D9's

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    Is the second memory on the photo "Fat Body"?

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    I have got Kingmax KLED48F-B8MN6 DDR2-1066 with D9LPK chips. The chips were manufactured by Micron's Taiwanese factory. JEDEC memory timings are 6-6-6-24, EPP profile is 556MHz at 6-6-6-18 2.0V.

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    Recently I've picked up a few sets of DDR2 seem to be a very good clocker so far, can't tell what IC they are and I was hopping to see if anyone here would beable to confirm it
    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2520927

    Crucial Ballistix 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM Unbuffered DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) Dual Channel Kit System Memory
    Model #: BL2KIT12864AA804
    Are tehy the samething?

    they are 12864AA804.16FD3


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    As I said on i4memory, those are either D9GCT, D9GKX or D9GMH, fat body chips are much bigger and they were already EOL when the 16FD3 kits were produced.

    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    You can never have enough D9's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don_Dan View Post
    As I said on i4memory, those are either D9GCT, D9GKX or D9GMH, fat body chips are much bigger and they were already EOL when the 16FD3 kits were produced.
    Thanks a million friend!

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