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Do I have Micron D9's or am I reading this chart wrong?

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by OzzmanFloyd120, Sep 5, 2008.

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    Somebody posted this link in another thread and I took a look and seen A-Data Vitesta Extreme Edition PC6400 4-4-4-12 on the list, which is what I have... does this mean my sticks are D9? (For the record I've never ripped the heat spreader off to physically look at the numbers on the chips.)
    http://ramlist.i4memory.com/ddr2/
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    Yes, i had those same A-DATA ram, they are D9's pretty good OC's IMHO nothing extreme but there very good.
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    or ProMOS???
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    Thanks! Too bad the PCB is crap, I have a buddy who has some D9 tracers (4x1GB) and he gets ~11GB of bandwidth out of his and I get ~9.5 out of mine. (both at 1066 5-5-5-15) According to that chart they both have the same chips. Because of my crap bandwidth I thought I had some off-brand chips all this time.
    Tomorrow I'll have to take the heat spreader off and take a look.

    Does anybody know if the promos chips OC well?
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    OzzmanFloyd120,
    How come the PCB is "crap"? The chart says your sticks have BP boards...

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