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1 hour ago, Splave said:

what is considered tight timings on these bad boys? 

Let me check the tightest screenshots on air I got. 

Wanna try them on cold and see if they can get tighter.

 

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Looking forward to cold benchable settings :D Memory on fullpot hasn't been around for a couple years!

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7 hours ago, FireKillerGR said:

Yes - no cb/cbb and they scale with voltage big time! No need to heat them up to pass post/get into windows either.

 

5 minutes ago, unityofsaints said:

Is it really fullpot? 😳

I was going off that message, sounds like they work well, looking forward to see more of these :P

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very nice mate, , , ballistix ram, .... when you get a good set in any platform are hard to top...superb !!! 😊

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Nice one!, I was wondering how 8GB modules OC as I got the 4x16GB kit on the same Micron IC and it can easily pass 4000 17-17-17 at stock air and 1.35V. For sure strong IMC. My best chip hits a wall at ~5300.
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Do you know which specific IC code is on these chips?  Looks from the micron FBGA and Component Marking Decoder like 8Gbit Micron Revision E DDR4 has a couple of different ones,  not counting other widths than x8;

  • D9VPP, a 2666c19 JEDEC bin
  • D9WFL, a 3200C22 JEDEC bin
  • D9WFP, a 3200C22 JEDEC bin also certified for 'industrial' use down to -40C
  • D9XS*, a 3200C22 JEDEC bin with various automotive temperature bins (-40C to 105C)

I'm guessing D9WFL?  It'd be good to have something to call them other than "E-die", I've already seen some folks get confused and think it's the return of 4Gbit Samsung.

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11 minutes ago, mickulty said:

Do you know which specific IC code is on these chips?  Looks from the micron FBGA and Component Marking Decoder like 8Gbit Micron Revision E DDR4 has a couple of different ones,  not counting other widths than x8;

  • D9VPP, a 2666c19 JEDEC bin
  • D9WFL, a 3200C22 JEDEC bin
  • D9WFP, a 3200C22 JEDEC bin also certified for 'industrial' use down to -40C
  • D9XS*, a 3200C22 JEDEC bin with various automotive temperature bins (-40C to 105C)

I'm guessing D9WFL?  It'd be good to have something to call them other than "E-die", I've already seen some folks get confused and think it's the return of 4Gbit Samsung.

Since I checked but don't remember; I will check again once home.

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Thanks, I'd forgotten that there are special bins and part #s for crucial.  Not sure those even have a direct equivalent in the D9xxx series, D9WFL's equivalent is C9BJC.

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14 minutes ago, ObscureParadox said:
D9WFN or M perhaps?

Those are 512Mx16 layout (4 chips per rank), AFAIK they're not used in high-performance modules because of less bank groups hurting performance or something.  I've made a thread in memory heaven as I think there's a lot of information to go through.

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