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I'm trying to find a list of RAM that uses Micron's D9 chip but the site that used to list this info (http://ramlist.ath.cx/ddr2/) is no longer working. Does anyone else know of a site that will say which DIMM's use Micron D9?
 

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corsair 800mhz cas 4 dominator v1.1 uses micron
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corsair 800mhz cas 4 XMS2 not sure which revision uses micron (check on the link below)


Here's a list yellobeard told me about, as long as you know the batch number, type and revision you can find if it uses micron cihps. :D

CORSAIR RAM ONLY:
http://www.houseofhelp.com/forums/showthread.php?t=44365

EDIT:

it seems only the top of the line corsair modules (PC2-8000 and above speeds) actually use proper 800mhz certified chips and even these are cas 5 :O They get the modules to run faster by putting more voltage than the 1.8v JEDEC standard, that's why you commonly see enthusiast ram at voltages over 2v around 667mhz and higher.

And also a lot of corsair's XMS2 line use cheaper promo chips, not micron, and the thing is as long as it meets their spec they need not tell you really. You get what you pay for, if it does a good overclock then your lucky, if not at least you got what you paid for...
 

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You can still get to the ramlist by searching for the URL in google and viewing the cached page. :) I recommend saving a copy of it.
 

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I tried that and it didn't work. Anyone with the linked still cached care to post a picture of it?? :D

EDIT- nevermind, I tried it again, and it worked. Thanks a bunch. Hopefully, others can read this and know what to do when they go looking for this website.
 

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Someone should sticky this thread!

This thread should be helpful to those who what to find RAM modules that overclock well/use D9 micron ICs.

Micron D9 modules should have a better overclocking ability compared to other ICs.

http://209.85.135.104/search?q=cache:Y9PXQ0O33A4J:ramlist.ath.cx/ddr2/+http://ramlist.ath.cx/ddr2/&hl=en&gl=uk&ct=clnk&cd=2&client=firefox-a

(cached)


It's quite interesting actually to find out that cruicial, a division of micron, actually uses some elpida and samsung ICs...

Also it is interesting to see that corsair doesn't actually use the micron memory available either, and that the majority of their premium XMS2 range use promos or eliidia ICs. Even the 800mhz dominator cas4 uses promos ICs nowadays (as I found out yesterday, courtesy of yellowbeard :) )...

Taken from the link.. I (and the author of the link) cannot take any blame if you buy these modules and they are not what are listed, the modules may have undergone several revisions after writing.

Corsair D9 Micron RAM

Dominator line

PC8500C5D DOMINATOR 5.0-5-5-15 @ 2.2V

Micron D9GMH (B6-3) Handpicked

PC8888C4DF DOMINATOR 4.0-4-4-12 @ 2.4V

Micron D9GMH (B6-3) Handpicked

PC6400C3DF DOMINATOR 3.0-4-3-9 @ 2.4V

Micron D9GMH (B6-3) Handpicked

PC6400C4D DOMINATOR Rev 1.1 4.0-4-4-12 @ 2.1V

Micron D9GMH (B6-3) Handpicked

XMS2 line

PC8500UL TWIN2X 5.0-5-5-15

Micron D9GMH (B6-3)

PC8500C5

Micron D9GMH (B6-3)

PC6400C3 TWIN2X 3.0-4-3-9 @ 2.2V

Micron D9GKX (B6-25E)

Moreover it should be noted that only teamgroup uses micron D9 ICs for their whole 'xtreem' portfolio, according to the link.

EDIT: Also cellshock uses D9 Micron RAM.

Teamgroup D9 Micron RAM

PC5300 Xtreem 3.0-3-3-8 @ 1.95~2.3V
TXDD1024M667HC3DC / TXDD2048M667HC3DC

Micron D9GMH (B6-3)

PC6400 Xtreem 4.0-4-4-10 @ 1.95~2.3V
TXDD1024M800HC4DC / TXDD2048M800HC4DC

Micron D9GMH (B6-3)

PC8000 Xtreem 5.0-5-5-15 @ 2.1~2.3V
TXDD1024M1000HC5DC / TXDD2048M1000HC5DC

Micron D9GMH (B6-3)


OCZ Technologies D9 Micron RAM


PC7200 EL Platinum XTC 4.0-4-4-15 @ 2.1V

Micron D9GMH (B6-3)

Micron D9GKX (B6-25E)

PC7200 EL Platinum SLI-Ready Edition 4.0-4-3-15 @ 2.1V

Micron D9GMH (B6-3)

PC8000 EL Platinum Extreme Edition 4.0-5-4-15 @ 2.2V

Micron D9GKX (B6-25E)

PC8000 EL Platinum 5.0-5-5-15 @ 2.1V

Micron D9GKX (B6-25E)

PC8000 Titanium Alpha VX2 4.0-4-4-15 @ 2.3V

Micron D9GMH (B6-3)

Micron D9GKX (B6-25E)


G.Skill Micron D9 RAM



PC8000 ZX 5.0-5-5-15 @ 2.2~2.3V
F2-8000PHU2-2GBZX

Micron D9GKX (B6-25E)

PC8000 HZ 4.0-4-4-5 @ 2.2~2.4V
F2-8000PHU2-2GBHZ

Micron D9GCT (B6-37E)

Micron D9GKX (B6-25E)

PC8500 HZ 4.0-4-4-5 @ 2.4V
F2-8500PHU2-2GBHZ

Micron D9GKX (B6-25E)

PC6400 HZ 4.0-4-4-12 @ 2.0~2.1V
F2-6400PHU2-2GBHZ

Micron D9GMH (B6-3)

PC5400 GA 3.0-4-3-8 @ 2.0~2.2V
F2-5400CL3D-2GBGA

Micron D9GMH (B6-3)

PC6400 GA 3.0-4-3-8 @ 2.2~2.4V
F2-6400CL3D-2GBGA

Micron D9GKX (B6-25E)


Cellshock Micron D9 RAM


PC6400 4.0-4-4-12 @ 2.1~2.2V
CS2111041 / CS2221041

Micron D9GMH (B6-3)

PC6400 4.0-4-4-12 @ 2.1~2.2V
Only batch 1.09196.95.360 & 1.09256.97.360

Micron D9GKX (B6-25E)

PC8000 4.0-4-4-12 @ 2.2V
CS2221440

Micron D9GKX (B6-25E)

PC8000 5.0-5-5-15 @ 2.1~2.2V
CS2221450

Micron D9GMH (B6-3)
Micron D9GKX (B6-25E)


Buffalo Tech Micron D9 RAM


PC6400 5.0-X-X-X
D2U800CZ-1GMDJ

Micron D9GMH (B6-3)

PC6400 Firestix 4.0-4-4-X @ 2.1V
FSX800D2B-K2G

Micron D9GKX (B6-25E)

PC6400 Firestix 5.0-5-5-X @ 2.1V
FSX800D2C-K2G

Micron D9GMH (B6-3)

PC8000 Firestix 5.0-5-5-15
FSX1000D2C-K2G

Micron D9GKX (B6-25E)


Adata Vitesta Micron D9 RAM



PC6400 Vitesta Extreme Edition (EPP) 4.0-4-4-12 @ 2.0V

Micron D9GCT (B6-37E)

PC8000 Vitesta Extreme Edition (EPP) 5.0-5-5-15 @ 2.2V

Micron D9GMH (B6-3)

PC8000 Vitesta Extreme Edition (Non-EPP) 5.0-5-5-15 @ 2.2V

Micron D9GKX (B6-25E)

PC8500 Vitesta Extreme Edition (EPP) 5.0-5-5-15 @ 2.2V


Geil USA Micron D9 RAM


PC6400 Ultra Plus 3.0-3-3-8 @ 1.8~2.3V
GX21GB6400PDC / GX22GB6400PDC

Micron D9GMH (B6-3)

PC8500 Ultra Plus 5.0-5-5-15 @ 2.4~2.5V
GX21GB8500PDC / GX22GB8500PDC

Micron D9GCT (B6-37E)
Micron D9GMH (B6-3)

I believe the modules listed are all the micron D9 ICs that are the 80nm successor to the fatbody micron D9 IC from the link. If there are any other modules that include micron D9 ICs then be free to just post them on this thread with a link to the source/website.

Hope you all have a fun time overclocking everyone! :D
 

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