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Old 08-19-2007, 10:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What micron chip set is that ram?

I know that this G-skill is the micron D9MGH, which is supposed to be the best.
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Wait. How do you know that the Gkills is D9MGH, and that it's the best?
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Wait. How do you know that the Gkills is D9MGH, and that it's the best?
Is it not? I was told by another guy (different forums) that its supposed to be a good chipset. Was I wrong ?
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Those are the HZs, and from what I heard, they're guaranteed to have the D9 Micron chips. Which are supposedly, really good at overclocking. hmmm....They changed the heatspreaders.
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doesn't micron own crucial?
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doesn't micron own crucial?
Yes. Now can somebody explain this D9 micron thing to me?
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I have no clue what this D9 thing is either besides the fact that it's suppose to be the best for OCing. The Micron DDR3 are called the Z9s, lol.

Here's a list of the RAM using the D9:
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those heat spreaders been like that for yonks.

isnt the d9 etc.. the type of memory chips used on the memory. obviously the better the quality chip the better oc/ing ability
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