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Thread: DDR2 Full Specs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sentential
    Its Micron's next-gen 80nm die. Its a hybrid of the CB series and the BT series. Not quite as good as BT-3 but its close enough for hand grenades and my wallet
    THX,any pics OF B6-3?

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    Who knows something about the Micron B6-25E Chips?

    http://www.micron.com/products/dram/...T47H64M8B6-25E

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    Well according to ddr800 with cas 5 it wouldnt be that good i think. mayb with some more V...
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    Quote Originally Posted by C_B
    Who knows something about the Micron B6-25E Chips?

    http://www.micron.com/products/dram/...T47H64M8B6-25E
    never heard it,some one can offer info?

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    I just got ahold of 2GB of Buffalo PC2-4200 at a fair price ($120). They seem to have Micron D9DCN chips on them. These are not fatbodys are they? Either way, I am wondering how well you think these should overclock?

    Buffalo PC2-4200 2GB
    http://home.socal.rr.com/gears4comp/acvulan/pc202.jpg

    EDIT: woot, yay for trying to navigate through Japanese pages!
    http://hikaru.client.jp/memory/DDR2/4200/0022.htm

    Are those pretty good results to expect for the price I paid for them? Sorry, but I am a DDR2 noob :p
    Just waiting for a stupid Yonah mobo
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    http://www.anandtech.com/memory/showdoc.aspx?i=2732

    Nice RAM but what chips exactly?

    Is at the moment any other memory stick (less expensive ) using these chips?
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    I believe those are the new Micron B6-25E chips
    Fast computers breed slow, lazy programmers
    The price of reliability is the pursuit of the utmost simplicity. It is a price which the very rich find most hard to pay.
    http://www.lighterra.com/papers/modernmicroprocessors/
    Modern Ram, makes an old overclocker miss BH-5 and the fun it was

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    Quote Originally Posted by nn_step
    I believe those are the new Micron B6-25E chips
    any pics of 25E

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    Quote Originally Posted by eiceman
    any pics of 25E
    here you go
    Fast computers breed slow, lazy programmers
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    Quote Originally Posted by nn_step
    here you go
    sorry ,but the pic maybe wrong

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    Upload it to somewhere instead

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    ok

    It turns out They removed any useful markings off their new chips..
    atleast on the stick I got
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    Hello all,

    Wich the better DDR2 chips ?
    Micron for sure at this moment, but with ref ?
    Full ref, thanks you a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by nn_step
    ok

    It turns out They removed any useful markings off their new chips..
    atleast on the stick I got
    THX,It's too bad to see the markings!

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    Very nice list you have there

    Hey i got a question.. Fatbody's aren't being made anymore, right? Or can they still be found on current memories available at NewEgg?

    Also, were there any Fatbody 2x1GB configuration? I have some older FatBody, which are awesome, but I would really like 2GB of this stuff

    SAD

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    Go with Crucial Ballistix

    2GB kit (1GBx2) $683.99 (USD) BL2KIT12864AA1005 DDR2 PC2-8000 • 5-5-5-15 • UNBUFFERED • NON-ECC • DDR2-1000 • 2.2V • 128Meg x 64

    At that price I'll get a few pairs

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    What about these guys??

    http://www.anandtech.com/memory/showdoc.aspx?i=2700&p=1

    I can't see if they are D9 or D something else....
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    Hey guys, I can get some Corsair 5400C4 v1.1 cheap, is that fatbody ??

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    They replaced the 5400UL but no way they are D9...i think they are samsung...
    When Mercedes brought their C111 to Talledega years ago and blew away the closed course record did it count? Yes..
    That was a "factory" car and a "one of" that no one could buy and was never sold.
    Records are records and that is a fact so get over it.

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    he 2nd row shows markings of D9DQT. Please note that the D9 is indicative of Micron's Fat Body integrated circuit. At the very bottom of the IC, there is a -3F marking, which is usually used for speed grading.

    By entering the FBGA code into Micron's Part Marking Decoder, the search output was rather inconclusive. This part appears not to be in the Micron database yet. The restamping and lack of information from Micron keeps us wondering about the real speed of the new DDR2 Chips. Does this new die revision of the D9 IC's still contain 3.7ns chips as we saw with past D9?
    I can read D9DQT also on them

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    I have 2x152 Corsair xms2 5400C4 (xms5402v1.4)
    but it works 3-3-3-8 at 651 mhz (2,1 v),I can't do other test (my motherboard doesn't support high frequency and voltage )
    it's the D9?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sav
    I have 2x152 Corsair xms2 5400C4 (xms5402v1.4)
    but it works 3-3-3-8 at 651 mhz (2,1 v),I can't do other test (my motherboard doesn't support high frequency and voltage )
    it's the D9?
    sorry ,but it isn't

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    I have XMS 5400C4 v1.1 can run@375 3-3-3-8 2.1v.not D9,i think its elpida or nanya.
    sorry for my english
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    Quote Originally Posted by neoplan
    I have XMS 5400C4 v1.1 can run@375 3-3-3-8 2.1v.not D9,i think its elpida or nanya.
    sorry for my english
    very good ,can you do a super pi 1m at this frequency and with this timing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by neoplan
    I have XMS 5400C4 v1.1 can run@375 3-3-3-8 2.1v.not D9,i think its elpida or nanya.
    sorry for my english
    This timing should be elpida

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