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Old 04-03-2006, 12:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question A Question On the Markings/Codes on a stick of Memory

Yeah, I know, the subject line sounds stupid but I wasn't sure how to word it. Some things I am not a noob at, but here I'll show my ignorance. Anyway, on my Crucial Ballistix RAM there are two markings/codes that I would like to know what they mean.

It is not the batch #. Looking at the stick straight on there is on the right hand side this marking: CL1115V.BV and underneath it divided by a line is the number 47072. It looks like this...

CL1115V.BV
_________

47072

Can anyone tell me the significance of each? What are they conveying? Thanks.
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why do you say it isn't a serial number because i think thats what it is. it is either that or a reference to the chips used on it or something of the like. it doesn't seem to convey any useful info like latencies or voltage
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