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Old 27-10-2008, 01:30 AM   #1
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which Code is for High or low quality (OC)

Hello,
I would like to buy new memory

2x2GB DDR3 2000 MHZ Dimm's for this System
Asus Rampage Extrem with CPU q9650

now I have seen the ramlist and try now memory to buy with the highest quality of the code

some people say the D9GTN is the lower quality than D9GR and D9GTS is the highest.
(all micron chips)

if is possible to say this or this code is for
2x2GB DDR3- (16000) 2000 MHZ Memory-Chips the cip with the highest Quality and the best to Overclock?
(perhaps Micron D9JNL (HX-187E) or Samsung HCF0 or Powerchip or ????? )

thanks a lot for any help

reagards
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Old 27-10-2008, 01:41 AM   #2
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welcome kubinek

Most DDR3-2000Mhz rated stuff with a low price point these days are Samsung based while there are some 2x2GB D9GTS based modules about they cost alot more than Samsung based parts.

What are you aiming for mem timing wise high 8-8-8-x ? I'd go for 2x2GB DDR3-2000 with lowest rated vdimm which most likely be Samsung based and clock high on 8-8-8-x timings with lower vdimm memory requirements.

I haven't seen D9GTN in 2x2GB ??? Only in 1GB modules http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...84#post2796484
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Old 27-10-2008, 01:57 AM   #3
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welcome kubinek

Most DDR3-2000Mhz rated stuff with a low price point these days are Samsung based while there are some 2x2GB D9GTS based modules about they cost alot more than Samsung based parts.

What are you aiming for mem timing wise high 8-8-8-x ? I'd go for 2x2GB DDR3-2000 with lowest rated vdimm which most likely be Samsung based and clock high on 8-8-8-x timings with lower vdimm memory requirements.

I haven't seen D9GTN ???

hello,
sorry for the double post, but i could not delete to find

I aim at one fsb from 470 to 500 an then i aim synchronize the fsb to the ramm speed (like 1880 to 2000)
yes i think i have to go the lowest rate like 9-9-9-x

I thought it am better a highest fsb to be take than low and low latency ???
if the fsb to the fsb-dimms synchtonized !!!


an i hope i finde goof dimms the works fine an the

yes samsung likes goof but i could not find them.

is there samsung ddr3 or which manufacturers used samsung chips ?
many use micron, elpida qimonda…

there is the D9GTn ===> (ramlist ddr3)

PC3-8500 Gold Edition
OCZ3G10662GK (2x1GB)7-7-7-21 @ 1.5 - 1.6VMicron D9GTN (BY-25)
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Old 27-10-2008, 02:39 AM   #4
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Corsair, OCZ and G.skill DDR3-2000 are all most likely samsung based as it's cheaper to make compared to Micron D9 based
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Old 27-10-2008, 03:08 AM   #5
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yes i find
the new G.SKILL DDR3 PC 16000 CL9 4GB Kit
and the
OCZ DDR3 PC3-16000 Platinum Edition

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the Corsair Dominator
TW3X4G2000C9DF
are very expensively

ar Micron D9 Chips better to OC ?
and wich DDR3-16000 Dimms are based Micron D9 Chips?

The OCZ PC3-10666 Platinium based Micron D9JNL!

Have you any informations about
CSX-Memorys ( Compo-StockX )
DIABLO3-2000-4GB-KIT ?
http://www.csx-memory.com/?site=show...article_id=630
they based Micron D9GTR
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Old 27-10-2008, 03:30 AM   #6
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CSX DDR3-2000 early modules were Micron D9GTS but most like samsung based by now.

Micron D9 need more vdimm than samsung and clock higher on 7-7-7-7x than samsung and Micron are more capable of 6-6-6-x. But samsung clock higher on 8-8-8-x as they don't stress memory controlelr as much as Micron.

Unless you're into super pi/memory bandwidth intensive apps than samsung should do find for everyday and gaming situations.

If you're a true bencher/overclocker than you'd probably have a set of each - samsung and micron d9 so you can use which ever is most suited to your task at hand
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Old 27-10-2008, 03:45 AM   #7
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CSX DDR3-2000 early modules were Micron D9GTS but most like samsung based by now.
that is interesting… ooohhh…

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Micron D9 need more vdimm than samsung and clock higher on 7-7-7-7x than samsung and Micron are more capable of 6-6-6-x. But samsung clock higher on 8-8-8-x as they don't stress memory controlelr as much as Micron.
mmmhhh???
some tests say my board (asus rampage extreme) is very sensitively by overvoltage like 2.1 V
but i think i don't need it

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Unless you're into super pi/memory bandwidth intensive apps than samsung should do find for everyday and gaming situations.
My work isn't Gaming
is HD-Video renedring... and i need high - performance about this

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If you're a true bencher/overclocker than you'd probably have a set of each - samsung and micron d9 so you can use which ever is most suited to your task at hand
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Old 27-10-2008, 11:07 PM   #8
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Hello
ok thanks a lot for this goof informations...

up-to-date I could buy memory with D9GTS and D9GTR.
which are better to OC ?

I heard the D9GTS are very rare and for the memory manufacturer
(like OCZ, Corsai, CSX and others) are this Micron D9GTS to too expensively
?
that would be then of luck for me if I these to buy

But the D9GTS are the highest quality (i heard it)?
Have any informations about this?

reagrds achim
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