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    Default Unidentified RAM stick capacity.

    Hi

    Thank you & I hope I'm not wasting your time. I tried to look in FAQ & couldn't see my particular problem listed.

    I have received some ram sticks & they didn't have an identification sticker on them.

    I thought I would look at an individual chip & multiply by the amount of chips on the RAM.

    It is a hynix chip & I tried to look its capacity up but either I was looking in the wrong place or didn't know what I was doing (more likely).

    I have a picture that is pretty clear but cannot see how to post it here.

    So I'll write exactly what is on the chip -hynix C H5TQ 1G83BFR H9C 014A MWJBF947H1

    There are 16 chips on each stick.

    Thank you for any help anyone might provide.



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    Probably 2GB / DDR3 1333 ...similar to A13C2 2GB A-DATA AD3U1333B2G9-B DS Hynix H5TQ1G83BFR H9C

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    Thank you so much for your reply. There was four of them in the computer.

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    Makes sense -- if I had a ddr3 mobo with 4 memory slots and wanted to populate it with 8Gb, I'd use 4 x 2Gb ram sticks.

    FTR,,,the chip is a Hynix Part #: H5TQ1G83BFR-H9C -- a DDR3 DRAM chip with 128MX18, 20ns, CMOS, in PBGA78 ....so 128 x 8 = 1024 (8 chips on a 1Gb stick) ...you've got 16 chips per stick, ergo 2Gb each =)

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