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Can anybody here explain BH-5, CH, or UTT to me?

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April 20, 2006 4:12:22 AM

I'm not sure what they mean, what they do, how they are different, and how well they can perform, so if anybody has any info on this, I'd really appreciate it. :) 

I know they are IC's ;)  and Winbond BH-5 can run at 2-2-2-5 typically.

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April 20, 2006 6:07:45 PM

Assuming you already know all the different kinds of Winbond ICs and their charateristics, with UTT added means they're untested and are made with newer manufacturing process.

Note that CH-5 UTT matches the charateristics of BH-5 and BH-5 UTT. For some reason it doesn't act like the original CH-5 at all.

I suppose I could give you a run down of EVERY single Winbond's DDR1 ICs but that'll take ages.

yeah, I'm looking at buying a stick with CH-UTT ICs, so that's why I was wondering. Do you think it's a good idea to get CH-UTT? Btw, it's on a Mushkin Redline PC4000 stick, runs at 2-2-2-5 at DDR500.
April 21, 2006 12:51:29 AM

well, I don't have money to waste ;)  on the other hand, it's actually a pair, 512x2, for 1GB. And, it's cheap. Is $50 a good price? :D 

EDIT: I guess I didn't mention before, it's used stuff. Proven 2-2-2-5 @ DDR500.
April 21, 2006 3:36:39 AM

I have every intention of grabbing it :)