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Do Corsair XMS2 CL4 sticks still use Micron D9's?

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January 21, 2007 3:47:13 AM

Curious because I might buy them if it is the case to pair with my P5B Deluxe.
January 21, 2007 7:09:33 AM

Ty. Mucho. Can't even tell you how much hair pulling this saved me :mrgreen:

Edit: that's strange it says PC6400C3 meaning CL3??

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PC6400C3 TWIN2X 3.0-4-3-9 @ 2.2V
Micron D9GKX (B6-25E)


there is no CL4 XMS on the list?
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January 21, 2007 7:35:11 AM

Actually I think I'll go with a nice pair of Buffalo Firestix, several newegg (like more than 50%) reviews are claiming that they "clock like a demon" they look nice too and aren't hugely expensive. Oh yeah and one reported they were compatible with the P5B deluxe.

I'll do some more research though.

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BUFFALO Firestix DDR800 Cas5 is not D9 any more


Well that's out so I'll go with G.Skill PC6400HZ

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G.skill PC6400HZ (D9GMH) DDR800 CAS4 Costs 300


http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=124283
January 21, 2007 12:05:01 PM

Seems liek almost everyone uses Micron D9s..... does the variety of D9 make any difference?
January 21, 2007 7:31:52 PM

I'm not sure, I just know micron D9's overclock like crazy 8)
January 23, 2007 3:07:17 PM

I say get crucial ballistix ram!

My 1gb (didn't have the money for 2gb :(  ) 800mhz cas4 tracer module does 1200mhz cas5. Crucial ballistix ram uses D9GMH ics.

Newegg had an offer on tracer ram a little wihle back...

10th anniversary ram is also good for overclocking..if you can find it anywhere.... :p 
January 23, 2007 6:24:23 PM

I like the G.Skill it'll go good with my mobo (assuming it's compatible) and it's relatively affordable :) 

I just hope they don't run outta D9's by the time I buy them! 8O
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January 23, 2007 6:27:17 PM

I got those firestix, a really good buy for the price!

Still I don't think they're using Micron IC anymore, I suspect my Stick don't use the Micron either, yet they clock at 450(4-4-4-12)at 2.1v. My efforts to pop the heat spreader haven't been successful yet.
January 23, 2007 10:25:12 PM

I found something I'm gonna buy off that list though: The OCZ XTC Memory cooler, man that thing looks slick! 8O
January 23, 2007 10:26:11 PM

Yes my research shows they do not use micron D9's anymore. I'm very sad, they looked nice and were a good price.
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