Our test kit was the Super Talent 2GB PC-6400 Dual Kit (2x1GB) with the part number of T800UX2GC4, which comes rated with 4-4-3-8 memory timings. Super Talent fails to mention anything about voltage on their packaging or the corporate website, but we found that at 2.1 Volts was the suggested amount. For our 2GB test kit 2.1V worked fine and we never once expierenced any lock ups or blue screens of death (BSOD) during our use of the modules. While these voltages are higher than the standard 1.8V that most kits come rated at, don’t be discouraged because even the Intel 975X reference motherboard has BIOS options allowing up to 2.2V for the memory. The upcoming NVIDIA 590 SLI based motherboards for AMD socket AM2 processors are rumored to go up to 2.5V, so 2.1V is honeslty nothing in terms of over volting.
Once the heat spreaders were removed we could read that the Printed Circuit Board (PCB) ID was BP MLL E186014 B62URCE, which is made by Brain Power Co. and is a well known company among enthusiasts around the world. These are the same PCB’s that A-DATA and Mushkin are using on their Vitesta DDR2-800 and eXtreme XP25300 lines. and that we reviewed in a previous article. Our expierence with Micron IC’s has been awesome recently, but many are used to the Micron D9 (Fat Body) IC’s on performance modules.
After looking at the Micron FBGA D9GKX IC’s we made out the part number MT46V16M16BG-75E:C, but after trying to look up these part numbers on Micron’s site we were unable to find any information on them.