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  • 4 months later...

Here's a couple more rare sets.

Vaporware:

F3-16000CL9T-6GBPI-B

Should be 1GBit Samsung D-Die, known by the JEDEC bin HCF0.

Probably a 1.9v bin but I would not be surprised if it was a 1.65v bin, apparently this has existed for 1gb stick based kits.

Never actually seen one of these outside of press release.

F3-17600CL7D-4GBFLS

Highest known Flare bin, only ever seen in QVLs to my knowledge. Obviously PSC.

F3-17600CL9D-4GBTDS

Only seems to exist in QVL Hell unfortunately. Not even the best QVL-only BBSE from G.Skill.

F3-18400CL8D-4GBPS

Rumored to exist in ES form, may have been mentioned on some press release or promotional material but I haven't even seen it on a QVL. I would assume these are Hypers running flat 8s, given the time it was mentioned? Who knows, would love to see one of these pop up in the wild.

Near-Vaporware:

F3-16000CL6Q-8GBPIS

Not much special other than it being a quad kit. I've never seen it go retail, but an ES has been seen at a G.Skill booth from a trade show.

F3-14400CL7Q-8GBFL

An ES was spotted at a G.Skill booth from a trade show.

F3-14400CL7T2-12GBTDS???

An ES was spotted at a G.Skill booth from a trade show.

Team Xtreem LV DDR3 2400

I've seen an entire tray of this on Facebook, without heatsinks. This seems common for Teamgroup high bins. Don't think it ever went retail. Highest bin of BBSE.

Team Xtreem LV DDR3 2800

One of the highest frequency Samsung D-Die bins. Judging by the packaging, it may have actually launched at some point, but I haven't seen any listings for it.

Team Xtreem LV DDR3 3000

Almost certainly a 2GBit IC, probably D-Die. Would be the highest bin by a mile. I have heard this bin was cancelled for being "too difficult" or something like that.

F3-17066CL9T-6GB-T

Alternative part number for F3-17066CL9T-6GBTDS? Seen at a trade show.

F3-14400CL7T-6GBPI-BT

Apparently seen at a trade show or something.

F3-20000CL9D-4GBTDD

I don't know much about this specific set, honestly. Someone just sent a picture of it to me. I'll update with more information whenever I get some. I have a sneaking suspicion this bin did actually have a retail sale somewhere.

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hello

you maybe can help me im come from china and high collector amount of PC hardware from guys. I got offer for corsair special 1/1 kit. It say "JAKE" and speed is unseen. Can anyone give more info please?  

 

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On 6/18/2022 at 4:25 AM, ya2_ch said:

hello

you maybe can help me im come from china and high collector amount of PC hardware from guys. I got offer for corsair special 1/1 kit. It say "JAKE" and speed is unseen. Can anyone give more info please?  

 

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First of all , we are assuming this is real and not some kind of fake.

If it's real , and according to that era , we are talking about some special bin (pretested) of Corsair Dominator GT (probably GTX2)

That "JAKE" marking , is leading me to Jake Crimmins (aka CPT. PLANET) , who was a very active xtreme ocer at that time and also a Corsair stuff member.

 

To understand a bit more about what Jake did at Corsair

 

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