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  1. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by FUGGER
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    Signature? are you kidding? with new stuff coming out every day, why bother ?

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    I found some Corsair ValueRAM with Micron chips

    VS256MB533D2
    lot# 0436056-0

    Chips say:

    4KB41
    D9CHM

    According to the Micron identifier the chips are MT47H32M8BP-37E
    Specifications
    Density: 256Mb
    Width: x8
    Configuration: 32 Meg x 8
    Voltage: 1.8V
    Package: FBGA
    Package Type: Lead Free
    Pin Count: 60-ball
    Clock Rate: 267 MHz
    Cycle Time: 3.75ns
    Operating Temp: 0C to +85C
    CAS Latency: 4
    Data Rate: DDR2-533
    Part Status: Production


    Ofcourse it has the fat body looks, I'll upload a pic when I get home.

    It's just 2x256MB, but for only $30 I couldn't resist to buy them
    Anyone knows if this mem will clock ok?
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    Hey folks.. need a little help. I want to get some 2x512MB FatBody DDR2.. and wanted to know which is the cheapest set I can get? I plan to get several pairs of memories. So I will be able to cherry pick the best.

    My goal is 1000+ Mhz.. I know my chances are better with the higher end memory. But it is always fun to search for highly overclockable memory

    SAD

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    Just letting everyone know that I just got my Mushkin eXtreme Performance 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM Dual Channel kit System Memory Model #: 991382

    and it is NOT fatbody d9 it had a heatspreader on it popped it off and mushkin had sanded off the chip markings and stamped mushkin on it with some cheap ink. Wondering if I should put the heatspreader back on or not??

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    Quote Originally Posted by SynGroW
    I found some Corsair ValueRAM with Micron chips

    VS256MB533D2
    lot# 0436056-0

    Chips say:

    4KB41
    D9CHM

    According to the Micron identifier the chips are MT47H32M8BP-37E
    Specifications
    Density: 256Mb
    Width: x8
    Configuration: 32 Meg x 8
    Voltage: 1.8V
    Package: FBGA
    Package Type: Lead Free
    Pin Count: 60-ball
    Clock Rate: 267 MHz
    Cycle Time: 3.75ns
    Operating Temp: 0C to +85C
    CAS Latency: 4
    Data Rate: DDR2-533
    Part Status: Production


    Ofcourse it has the fat body looks, I'll upload a pic when I get home.

    It's just 2x256MB, but for only $30 I couldn't resist to buy them
    Anyone knows if this mem will clock ok?

    Where I can buy some of these, and do they have 512MB or 1024MB modules?
    .:If It Isn't Broke, Overclock It!:. .:Overclock It Til It Bleeds!:. .:If you can read this, then you aren't "well" Overclocked yet...!!! :.

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    Quote Originally Posted by V I P E R
    Where I can buy some of these, and do they have 512MB or 1024MB modules?
    Those where second hand and quite old I found them and Sygrow couldn't resist to buy them

    My Rig:
    Intel Core 2 Duo E6400
    2x512mb Micron PC3200 OEM D9DQW "Fatbody"
    Biostar TForce P965 Deluxe
    MSI/Medion GeForce 6700XL (Cheap )
    Chieftec 360W (in search for someting better)
    WD 160GB S-ATA

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaWaN
    Those where second hand and quite old I found them and Sygrow couldn't resist to buy them
    For 30$ no one will resist .
    .:If It Isn't Broke, Overclock It!:. .:Overclock It Til It Bleeds!:. .:If you can read this, then you aren't "well" Overclocked yet...!!! :.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dingnecros
    Just letting everyone know that I just got my Mushkin eXtreme Performance 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM Dual Channel kit System Memory Model #: 991382

    and it is NOT fatbody d9 it had a heatspreader on it popped it off and mushkin had sanded off the chip markings and stamped mushkin on it with some cheap ink. Wondering if I should put the heatspreader back on or not??
    Thanks for the info. I was about to order them too :P For $155 for 2x1GB Fat Body sounded too good to be true, well.. atleast last that long :P

    I'm looking for some affordable Fat Body to play around with.. and they all seem pretty pricey.

    SAD

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    Finally got my Corsair XMS2 8000UL sticks today, and I notice that the heatspreader seems to be made of some kind of plastic type substance. Different from the metal HS on 5400UL's. These 8000's are v1.1 and my 5400's are v1.2.

    Does anyone else who has these 8000UL's v1.1 have the same type of heat spreader?


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    Signature? are you kidding? with new stuff coming out every day, why bother ?

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    Yes i have those 8000UL v1.1 stick`s and heatspreaders are like you said some kind of plastic.These babys goes pretty well 2.45v Screenshot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SynGroW
    I found some Corsair ValueRAM with Micron chips

    VS256MB533D2
    lot# 0436056-0

    Chips say:

    4KB41
    D9CHM

    According to the Micron identifier the chips are MT47H32M8BP-37E
    Specifications
    Density: 256Mb
    Width: x8
    Configuration: 32 Meg x 8
    Voltage: 1.8V
    Package: FBGA
    Package Type: Lead Free
    Pin Count: 60-ball
    Clock Rate: 267 MHz
    Cycle Time: 3.75ns
    Operating Temp: 0C to +85C
    CAS Latency: 4
    Data Rate: DDR2-533
    Part Status: Production


    Ofcourse it has the fat body looks, I'll upload a pic when I get home.

    It's just 2x256MB, but for only $30 I couldn't resist to buy them
    Anyone knows if this mem will clock ok?
    hm, could get some, too.
    just wonder if they clock well?

    can u give us some results?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paakkis
    Yes i have those 8000UL v1.1 stick`s and heatspreaders are like you said some kind of plastic.These babys goes pretty well 2.45v Screenshot.
    WOW, amazing

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    Quote Originally Posted by paakkis
    Yes i have those 8000UL v1.1 stick`s and heatspreaders are like you said some kind of plastic.These babys goes pretty well 2.45v Screenshot.
    How high can you go with default 2.3v max on P5WD2 ?
    Signature? are you kidding? with new stuff coming out every day, why bother ?

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    2 days ago my crucial ddr533 arrived (non ballistix)...
    thats whats written on the chips:

    4JB11
    D9BQM

    the other one is:
    4GB11
    D9BQM

    But i dont know if these are fatboy d9 or non-fatboy d9.

    they look exactly like these:
    klick

    the maximum oc they could do with 2.0v was around 391mhz 4-4-3-8 ... but maybe they can do even more.

    somebody knows more about those chips?
    cant test them because im on holiday for the next 6 days.

    even if those are not that good its a good buy for 65€ (second hand)
    Last edited by Raiden Zero; 01-01-2006 at 01:49 PM.

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    Raiden Zero
    No, those are non-fatbody D9

    paakkis
    Did you pull off the heatspreaders and use some kind of cooling to get these result?

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    Quote Originally Posted by -ZEUS-
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    No, those are non-fatbody D9

    paakkis
    Did you pull off the heatspreaders and use some kind of cooling to get these result?
    ur sure?
    just wondering because compared to the 2 pics they look more like fatboy d9 than like non-fatboy.
    but they are a bit smaler o.O...
    Last edited by Raiden Zero; 01-01-2006 at 01:59 PM.

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    What do you say about these sticks ?





    2x1gb kingston value ram, the cost me 140€ both...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ^don.k's^
    What do you say about these sticks ?





    2x1gb kingston value ram, the cost me 140€ both...

    It's not fat D9?

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    Are you asking or what ? I was wondering if they were fat D9....
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    -ZEUS- Nope , and they were cooled by 120mm Y.S. Tech

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    S**t, now i think mines aren't fat body, i've seen pics of corsair 5400UL and they seem to have 92 balls, mines are 60... BTW where can i know how my ram is ? Any DDR2 ram list ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ^don.k's^
    S**t, now i think mines aren't fat body, i've seen pics of corsair 5400UL and they seem to have 92 balls, mines are 60... BTW where can i know how my ram is ? Any DDR2 ram list ?
    i think they r not fat body

    I have the same as yours.
    At 2,43vdimm on asus p5wd2 i got this


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    Not bad for the price tho... I'm waiting for the p5wd2-e, when y get it i'll see how far they go...
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    Sorry,It's NOT……But the price seems wonderful

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    does any one have any experiance with


    Patriot 1GB (2 x 512MB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM Model #: PDC21G5600+XBLK

    it's on the fat body list so hope it's good.

    i have some ram to return but can only exchange. looking for ddr2 with good overclocking this was within my price range.
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