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Would anyone be interested in knowing which memory uses Micron IC''s

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November 30, 2006 8:30:36 PM

I have been involved in several threads in which this memory is recommended. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E1682... you know, the $204 G.Skill 2 gig matched pair 4-4-4-12

Anyways I sent them an email asking if these modules used Micron D9 memory and this is the responce I got the next day. Which is today.

"Hi

Only HZ and GA series using Micron IC. for F2-6400CL4D-2GBPK IC I can’t disclosure to our customer.

F2-6400PHUX-XXXHZ

F2-8000PHUX-XXXHZ

F2-8500PHUX-XXXHZ

F2-6400CL3X-XXXGA

F2-5400CL3X-XXXGA

F2-5400PHUX-XXXZX


Those are using Micron IC


Thank you

Yen

GKSILL USA REP"

Newegg has these 2:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E1682...
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E1682...
So Im wondering if these two modules are the same damn thing. I wonder if the first link will do the same as the second link??

I will leave it up to other people to contact the other Name Brands to get similar info about there products. If you do ask them then post here we could probably get a sticky made listing the various brands specific model numbers that are in fact using the Micron memory. If anyone would be interested in that sort of thing.
Anonymous
a b } Memory
November 30, 2006 8:38:20 PM

Cool thanks for taking the time!

I still think this could be sweet memory if you don't plan on pushing it any further then 400mhz!

I know some guy did a compilation at XtremeSystems but it would be sweet to have a list of all the Ram with D9 in it!
November 30, 2006 9:08:03 PM

Any chance you can get me a link and we can compile some data here.

Also I went ahead and sent an email to A-Data asking what model numbers use Micron so I will update this message if they tell me.
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November 30, 2006 10:34:06 PM

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Slow as sh***, not even sure if it's the right:

http://ramlist.ath.cx/ddr2/

I know the author of that list and the method he used to make it. Its quite reliable.
But once you combine that with insider news and specific batch numbers, then is when it gets interesting 8)

@little_scrapper:
I am surprised they provided you with such information. Other companies might not be as cooperative or accurate.
November 30, 2006 11:45:52 PM

Well the thing is Micron makes several IC's and that guy didnt go into which specific Micron IC's were being used. He didnt even actaull mention D9.

I know this is kinda a double posting but any chance that the 667 G.Skill WITH Micron will outperform the 800 without?

Or how about these ADATA: http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.asp?Category=...

They are one of the few that even run 1.8v as the spec.
December 1, 2006 12:02:12 AM

People has got to stop calling them D9's, every DDR2 Micron module starts with a D9 so that says NOTHING.
A-DATA used some highly binned non-Micron chips in their 667 modules that gave them the best overclocks for a 'budget'.
December 1, 2006 12:24:26 AM

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People has got to stop calling them D9's, every DDR2 Micron module starts with a D9 so that says NOTHING.
A-DATA used some highly binned non-Micron chips in their 667 modules that gave them the best overclocks for a 'budget'.


Well this is how we noobs learn. For all I knew they used to use D8's.

ok Im going to start another thread asking which chips in order, are best to worst.

I will also start a thread regarding single or duel channel. please chime in on both these threads dario
December 1, 2006 12:52:04 AM

PM me the link in case I miss it.
December 1, 2006 1:00:39 AM

I meant the one of the thread youll make -_-
Anonymous
a b } Memory
December 1, 2006 2:53:50 AM

AHHHHHHHHHHHHH

the crucial is already gone =(
December 1, 2006 3:25:45 AM

find it again I need it. Ive been looking but... what site was it on again??
Anonymous
a b } Memory
December 1, 2006 4:19:11 AM

Newegg

Anyone trust this:
Site

They got really good price! weird name, web site looks professional, if there was a Paypal payment I would go for it.

310$ on crucial.com is a rip off =(
December 1, 2006 4:25:09 AM

I wouldnt trust anyone that doesnt give youo and address and a phone number. Your money is going bye bye...hehe
December 1, 2006 11:50:07 AM

600Mhz for $230 wasnt going to last... But know thats at $270 (I dare you to find them) its still a better deal than Gskill HZs for those seeking 550+Mhz.
Anonymous
a b } Memory
December 1, 2006 1:28:42 PM

There's a phone number, adress and everything, just not feedback.
I don't mind doing business with smaller etailers, usually I'll pay with paypal though.

@Dario, yeha 230$ was a steal, 270 is still in my price range, I don't expect going much further then 450mhz, but I like crucial quality and tight timmings!
310 is a little to much to my taste!
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