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Old 10-12-2006, 11:45 AM   #1
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Corsair Value Select Modules

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Ok, I know that recently some DDR667 VS ram had micron D9's on it and they were reaching DDR900 5-5-5-15 pretty easily. Does anyone know if they put D9's on the PC4300 (DDR533) VS chips?
Im just looking for some cheap clocking ram as I cant go out and afford HZ or stuff

Also if it was released does anyone know if their is a product code I should be looking out for?
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Old 10-12-2006, 01:18 PM   #2
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Re: Corsair Value Select Modules

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Does anyone know if they put D9's on the PC4300 (DDR533) VS chips?
The Corsair PC4300 DDR2 line (TwinX C3 series) mainly used Elpida IC's (Pro series used Micron), but some of the PC4200 VS lines used either Micron D9BQM (BP-37E), D9CHM (BP-37E), D9DQM (BP-5E) or Samsung ZC05.
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Also if it was released does anyone know if their is a product code I should be looking out for?
Heres a list of the IC's used in their 667mhz range with product codes (just in case you change your mind ), unfortunately its a bit harder to find the specific codes for the PC42/4300 range:
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CM2X512A-4300C3PRO 4303v9.9 0540078-1 = Micron, 64Mx8, DDR2-533, CL4, Rev B

CM2X512A-5400UL XMS5400v1.2 0517061-1 = Micron, 64Mx8, 2-733 CL5, Rev A
CM2X512A-5400UL XMS5400v1.2 0520073-5 = Micron, 64Mx8, 2-733 CL5, Rev A

CM2X512-5400C4 XMS5402V6.1 0517061-1 = Micron, 64Mx8, 2-733 CL5, Rev A
CM2X1024-5400C4Pro XMS5402v4.1 0610057-1 = Nanya 667 64m x 8 CL5, 10x10.5mm, A die
CM2x512-5400C4 XMS5402v7.2 0633454-2 = Data not found
CM2X512-5400C4 XMS5402v4.4 0624412-1 = Data not found
CM2X512-5400C4 5402 V7.2 0633070-2 = Data not found
CM2X256A-5400C4 5402v1.1 0508085-1 = Micron, 64Mx8, DDR2-533, CL5, Rev B
CM2X512-5400C4 5402v6.1 0617013-3 = Nanya 667 64m x 8 CL5, 10x10.5mm, A die
CM2X1024-5400C4 5402 V7.1 0636134-7 = PROMOS 667MHZ, CL5, 0.09u 64Mx8
CM2X512-5400C4 5402v5.7 0635225-5 = Micron, 64Mx8, DDR2-667, CL5, Rev D
CM2X1024-5400C4 5402v5.2 0633071-3 = PCS DDR2, 675MHz, CL 4, 64x8 90nm
CMX1024-5400 C4 5402 v5.2 0633071-5 = PCS DDR2, 675MHz, CL 4, 64x8 90nm
CMX1024-5400 C4 5402 v7.1 0629230-11 = PROMOS 0.09u 64Mx8 ETT Rev E
CM2X512-5400C4 5402V5.7 0628135-2 = Micron-ST, 64Mx8, DDR2-667, CL4, Rev D
CM2X512-5400C4 5402V1.4 0544117-0 = Micron, 64Mx8, DDR2-533, CL4, Rev B
CM2X1024-5400C4 5402v2.10 0628134-2 = Micron, 64Mx8, DDR2-533, CL4, Rev D
CM2X512-5400C4 5402V5.7 0625338-3 = Micron, 64Mx8, DDR2-667, CL4, Rev D
CM2X512-5400C4 5402v1.4 054417-0 = No match found check the lot code
CM2X512-5400C4PRO XMS5402v4.1 0609031-3 = Nanya 2-667 64m x 8 CL5, A die
I highly doubt Maxknott's are Micron based unless he can confirm by reading the IC's
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Old 10-12-2006, 02:53 PM   #3
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Re: Corsair Value Select Modules

Wow thats what I call a nice reply MrRevhead
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Old 10-12-2006, 03:10 PM   #4
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Re: Corsair Value Select Modules

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The Corsair PC4300 DDR2 line (TwinX C3 series) mainly used Elpida IC's (Pro series used Micron), but some of the PC4200 VS lines used either Micron D9BQM (BP-37E), D9CHM (BP-37E), D9DQM (BP-5E) or Samsung ZC05.Heres a list of the IC's used in their 667mhz range with product codes (just in case you change your mind ), unfortunately its a bit harder to find the specific codes for the PC42/4300 range:
I highly doubt Maxknott's are Micron based unless he can confirm by reading the IC's
Thanks for all that info. I knew some of it from reading links to forums with the codes for that but most I didnt know.

Now to check if Maxknott's ones are micron based
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Old 10-12-2006, 03:11 PM   #5
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Re: Corsair Value Select Modules

Just checked, he says his chips say this

M11100607 64M8CEC

Im going to google it but does anyone on here know if thats micron based by just looking at it?
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Old 10-12-2006, 03:58 PM   #6
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Re: Corsair Value Select Modules

Thanks for the kind words Alpha
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Just checked, he says his chips say this

M11100607 64M8CEC
It's a bit harder to tell that way as that is Corsair's own specific coding.

I've managed to get the product codes on the 4200 VS line with Micron D9's:

- PC4200 ValueSelect 4.0-4-4-11 @ 1.8V / CT2KIT3264AA53E
- PC4200 ValueSelect 4.0-4-4-10 @ 1.8V / CT2KIT6464AA53E

Also:
PC4200 ValueSelect VS512MB533D2 - Micron BT-3/D9DQT relabeled als Corsair MHI00519 64M8CEC (512MB, ?-?-?-?, ?V)
PC4200 ValueSelect VS512MB533D2 - ?? relabeled als Corsair MHI00452 32M8-37C (512MB, ?-?-?-?, ?V)
PC4300 XMS2 TWINX 4200 - ?? (2x256MB, 4-4-4-12, ?V) Zwarte heatspreaders
PC4300 XMS2 TWINX 4200 - ?? (2x512MB, 4-?-?-?, ?V) Zwarte heatspreaders
PC4300 XMS2 TWINX 4300C3 - Elpida (2x512MB, 3-3-3-8, 1.8V) Zwarte heatspreaders
PC4300 XMS2 TWINX 4300C3 - Elpida (2x1GB, 3-3-3-8, 1.8V) Zwarte heatspreaders
PC4300 XMS2 TWINX 4300C3PRO - Elpida (2x512MB, 3-3-3-8, 1.8V) Platinum heatspreaders met LEDs
PC4300 XMS2 TWINX 4300C3PROv1.1 - Micron (2x512MB, 3-3-3-8, 1.8V) Platinum heatspreaders met LEDs
PC4300 XMS2 TWINX 4300C3PROv9.9 - Micron, 64Mx8, DDR2-533, CL4, Die Rev B (2x512MB, 3-3-3-8, 1.8V) Platinum heatspreaders met LEDs
PC4300 XMS2 TWINX 4300C3PRO - Elpida (2x512MB, 3-3-3-8, 1.8V) Platinum heatspreaders

VS512MB533D2, the product code of Maxknott's is said to be Micron D9DQT (BT-3) on SOME modules, you may want to ask Corsair Tech Support (Ram Guy) directly through The House of Help or Corsair Tech Xpress to decipher the M11100607 64M8CEC part.

Also find out the SPD readings @ what nominal voltage from factory Maxknott's modules have, it may make things a bit easier when matching up with the info already posted.

Best of luck
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Old 10-12-2006, 04:13 PM   #7
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Re: Corsair Value Select Modules

now i know why my ears were burning lol
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Old 10-12-2006, 04:57 PM   #8
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Re: Corsair Value Select Modules

How well do the Micron D9DQT (BT-3) overclock. Would I be able to see at least DDR800 out of them?
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