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    Quote Originally Posted by WoD
    5KAH,it means the chip was made in 22'2005

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    What do you think about this:

    Geil 2x512MB 667MHz CL4-4-4-12 1,8 - 1,9 V, GX21GB5300DC
    Corsair 2x512MB 675MHz CL4-4-4-12 XMS2-5400PRO, TWIN2X1024-5400C4PRO (with diagnostic LED's :P)

    It's fat D9's? I can buy it cheap
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    wtf..your cpu is better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaSell
    What do you think about this:

    Geil 2x512MB 667MHz CL4-4-4-12 1,8 - 1,9 V, GX21GB5300DC
    Corsair 2x512MB 675MHz CL4-4-4-12 XMS2-5400PRO, TWIN2X1024-5400C4PRO (with diagnostic LED's :P)

    It's fat D9's? I can buy it cheap
    I don't know what those GEiL's are... But SOME 5400C4 was D9 Fat body, but I don't think all the 5400C4 is D9 Fat Body...

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    what is average/good/exelent DDR2 D9 performance?
    what can I expect?
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    This is really hard... like i allready asked.. Can someone please make a proper list witch sticks and witch not have d9
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waus-mod
    This is really hard... like i allready asked.. Can someone please make a proper list witch sticks and witch not have d9
    Did you missed the start post..... All mems listed in the startpost have D9 easy as that.... And listing which mems doesn't have D9 is impossible ain't it

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Stilt
    V I P E R:

    I recon that only OCZ and Corsair first low latency DDR2 sticks use those BT-37E chips, since they are already discontinued (Micron products have pretty short lifespan as usuall...).

    Wintec has also used those 3.7ns chips in their AmpX 5400 sticks.
    Thou those chips were older revision (my Corsair sticks have A revision), so there is no guarantee that they will work with tight latencies.

    IluvIntel:

    When I said "They can also take voltage up to 2.9V" I didn´t mean that they can stand or work longer periods with voltages that high. I have fed them 2.9V during a VERY shot benching session. The heatspreaders were stripped off and the sticks were cooled by 80mm 8000rpm Delta fan

    For 24/7 use I wouldn´t give them more than 2.5V...

    When I asked Corsair about the maximum safe voltage for these sticks, they told me that no one really knows how much voltage these sticks really can take. Micron has rated the D9 chips for 1.8V so 62% overvoltage is a bit high


    leejsmith:

    D9DCL ain´t "fatbody" so I assume that they won´t like low latencies..

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    can someone provide a link to one of the fatboy memories that i can just click the add to cart and buy? all the item numbers are confusing me. need a straight link to the cheapest fat boys, 2x512 preferably.

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    any1 know if new Corsair for example Corsair XMS 512MB PC5400 667MHz are equipped with fatbody D9`s?

    BTW what is the max safe voltage on non-fat body D9`s? About 2.3V? 2.5V?

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    can i suggesst a replacement to the fatbody D9

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    You can use the this thread here to discuss DDR2 memory: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...ad.php?t=90973
    .: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 BB mods's
    Mushkin eXtreme Performance 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM Dual Channel kit System Memory
    Model #: 991382
    The 991382 is mislabeled on newegg.com. It is actually "Enhanced Performance" EM5300 5-5-5-15:
    http://www.mushkin.com/doc/products/...asp?id=&size=4

    It is really confirmed they are fatbody?

    The mixed results on newegg suggest that this is value RAM that comes with "random" chips and with random draw of heatspreader or not.

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    PDC21G5600+XBLK is it confirmad that all of those are D9?
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    I have Corsair 5400C4 not D9 !
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    i think you are asking the wrong person about safety limits, but

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    Nice list,
    A little off topic: what are those new chips that are supposed to be even better than the fatbody d9's?
    EDIT: fixed spelling
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    Quote Originally Posted by @_dud
    Nice list,
    A little off topic: what are those new chips that are supposed to be even better than the fatbody d9's?
    EDIT: fixed spelling
    From Fugger's review of the Mushkin:

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    The Elpida chips are looking good, but does anyone know about the XBL memory Patriot sale?
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    This list needs to be updated so that people don't order RAM expecting to get fat D9s when some are already gone. I'll try to help out what I can.
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    I believe that GWB, who may NOT be the best overclocking CPU in the tray...
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    oh c'mon, maxxx, kick that cat of that monitor and have it poop for you

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    where can you find super talent in the US anyways?

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie
    where can you find super talent in the US anyways?
    Here are some: http://www.ewiz.com/query.php?categr...=%23displaytop.
    Heatware: 50-0-0
    Quote Originally Posted by Charile
    I believe that GWB, who may NOT be the best overclocking CPU in the tray...
    Quote Originally Posted by -thc-(cZ) View Post
    oh c'mon, maxxx, kick that cat of that monitor and have it poop for you

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    I want to buy Crusial Balistic DDR2 this D9 fatbody or not ?

    http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...558867&CatId=0
    Quote Originally Posted by LardArse View Post
    i think you are asking the wrong person about safety limits, but

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    Corsair chips vary from Rev. to Rev., I have bought a pair of extremely shixxy

    6400PRO (Rev. 3.1) which couldn't even do CL4 with 2.3v

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    Finaly does anybody have a photo of the REAL fatbody chips or not?......
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    Here's one hipro

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...postcount=1417

    Can you answer my 2 month old LOD question now

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