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TCCD / UTT ??? Whats This Mean ???

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"As usual, Tccd for 414-1 and 3 UTT type for 441-2 or 3"

 

Ive seen the above stated quite a bit and I have no idea what tccd and utt stands for.

 

I have the below memory. OCZ EL DDR PC-5000 Platinum DFI nF4 Special

http://www.ocztechnology.com/products/memo...dfi_nf4_special

 

Anyone know where this product lands in regards to tccd/utt ???

 

 

Thanks

 

Guns4Hire

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I keep seeing this stuff with no explaination of what it means lol. I have no idea if my memory is utt/tccd etc. Ex-Roadie come on man give me some of your wit and info.

 

Guns4Hire

 

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"Now knowing that you should be able to take advantage of this feature for "however much" you find it worth.

Yellow slots 1 and 3 are supposed better suited for HI voltage and therefore UTT/BH-5 types of memory.

Orange slots 2 and 4 are supposed better suited for normal lower voltages and therefore TCCD/TCCC/TCC5 types of memory."

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As much as everyone talks about this you all cant be bull craptin lol. So someone give me some info please before I ended up updating the wrong bios and hosing my shizzy. Hahaha.

 

G4H

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"As usual, Tccd for 414-1 and 3 UTT type for 441-2 or 3"

 

Ive seen the above stated quite a bit and I have no idea what tccd and utt stands for.

 

I have the below memory. OCZ EL DDR PC-5000 Platinum DFI nF4 Special

http://www.ocztechnology.com/products/memo...dfi_nf4_special

 

Anyone know where this product lands in regards to tccd/utt ???

 

 

Thanks

 

Guns4Hire

 

Hi dude -

 

yes, there are other people here, but sometimes they're pretty busy.

 

Lucky for you I have no life :shake:

 

Ok, I used the search tool (above) with "OCZ EL DDR PC-5000 TCCD" and came up with this link :

 

http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread...OCZ+DDR+PC-5000

 

In the second post it is said that your ram is TCCD.

 

I cannot confirm but AndyOCZ could for sure, send him a pm.

 

The search tool is your friend, say hello to him, hehe.

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Yeah I figure everyone is busy but I was just trying to keep it near the top so someone would see it. Seems to have paid off. Thanks. Ill talk to AndyOCZ.

 

 

G4H

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"As usual, Tccd for 414-1 and 3 UTT type for 441-2 or 3"

 

Ive seen the above stated quite a bit and I have no idea what tccd and utt stands for.

 

I have the below memory. OCZ EL DDR PC-5000 Platinum DFI nF4 Special

http://www.ocztechnology.com/products/memo...dfi_nf4_special

 

Anyone know where this product lands in regards to tccd/utt ???

 

 

Thanks

 

Guns4Hire

 

Hi, you have TCCD chips on the PC5000. These are Samsung chips. You will get differing opinions on the BIOS , but here is mine:

 

Any -3 BIOS version will be the easiest to set up with TCCD.

 

The -2 version has tested very well with TCCD and UTT (Winbond chips), but must be tweaked a bit more. Angry says this one is the best overall.

 

If you have more questions just post and I will help.

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Is that true that BH/CH/UTT should be in slots 1 & 3? I have TCCD [XBL] so it doesn't really matter that much ATM, I was just wondering, in case I pick some up soon.

 

Or if I somehow manage to win giveaway #3 :nod: :nudge nudge Andy:

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Is that true that BH/CH/UTT should be in slots 1 & 3? I have TCCD [XBL] so it doesn't really matter that much ATM, I was just wondering, in case I pick some up soon.

 

Or if I somehow manage to win giveaway #3 :nod: :nudge nudge Andy:

 

I hear slots 1 and 3 only work well with the -2 version of any beta BIOS. If you don't run a -2 BIOS, use 2 and 4.

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I hear slots 1 and 3 only work well with the -2 version of any beta BIOS. If you don't run a -2 BIOS, use 2 and 4.

 

i can confirm that as false andy. i am using 1+3 on -3. 2+4 limit my memory on this SD core.

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i can confirm that as false andy. i am using 1+3 on -3. 2+4 limit my memory on this SD core.

 

Haha, another confusing BIOS issue. Oh well.......

 

Thanks!

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