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confused. hyperram uses adata chips,adata uses hynix.

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deathstar13

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ok this isnt clear to me here.
adata vitesta uses hynix d5 or bt-d43 form what ive seen.
hyperam 4200 uses adata chips.

now is the hyperam using remarked ic's that adata remarks that were hynix d5's?

can someone str8en me out?
 

flapperhead

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although some people will disagree, (one guy over at extreme resources swears adata make their own chips) my understanding(most others too) is that adata uses some form of the hynix bt/ct/d5 chips remarks em with adata blanks ,then builds them.. komusa buys adata pc4000 speed tests the adata pc 4000 and offers the fastest as a choice for their pc4200 hyperram ( in pull down box). they also offer adata in their pc4000 too..
 
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deathstar13

deathstar13

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so most likley the hyperram 4200 is hynix d5's
ok, id say the adata's are remarked hynix myself as they seem to be on par performance wise.

ty flapperhead~!