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

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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    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.
  2. 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.
  3. I have every intention of grabbing it :)
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