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I'm having hard time while trying to figure out what to do with my ram. Knowing your enemy (chip) would be a good start but apparently kingston has re-labeled them.

 

I am asking you for help. If you have any idea what this chip (KVR400x64c25/512) is, please tell me :)

 

What it says on chip:

 

D32080LAT-5AN

(the line that matters?)

 

other lines on chip:

AKPK1620516

S02208

0504 S01

 

Manufactured in week 6/2005 according to everest.

 

 

Thanks in advance for all ideas :)

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I'm having hard time while trying to figure out what to do with my ram. Knowing your enemy (chip) would be a good start but apparently kingston has re-labeled them.

 

I am asking you for help. If you have any idea what this chip (KVR400x64c25/512) is, please tell me :)

 

What it says on chip:

 

D32080LAT-5AN

(the line that matters?)

 

other lines on chip:

AKPK1620516

S02208

0504 S01

 

Manufactured in week 6/2005 according to everest.

 

 

Thanks in advance for all ideas :)

 

Well... if Overclock.net is right it appears Kingston uses a huge variety of ICs on their sticks: Winbond BH-5/Winbond CH-5/Hynix D43/Hynix D5/Samsung TCC5/Micron 5B C/Samsung TCC4/Winbond UTT BH-5/Mosel Vitelic 5ns/Winbond UTT CH-5

 

Somehow I think it'll be Mosel Vitelic 5ns, but I don't know.

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