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McBadger
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Crucial->Micron Part number conversion request.

I'd also like to know the micron part numbers for:

  • CT4496023
  • CT4516895

 

 

thanks!

 

 

A.

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Crucial_YogiH
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Re: Crucial->Micron Part number conversion request.

in reply to McBadger

Hello,

 

M386B4G70BM0-YK00M is CT4496023 and MT36KSZF2G72LDZ-1G6E2A7 is CT4516895. Please let me know if there is anything else :smileyhappy: 

 

YogiH, Crucial Moderator, US


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MarkW
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Registered: ‎08-21-2014
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Re: Crucial->Micron Part number conversion request.

in reply to Crucial_YogiH

Hello -

 

Can you please confirm if the following 2 modules are identical?

Micron   MT18JSF1G72PZ-1G9E1

Crucial  CT8G3ERSDS4186D.18FED

If they are not idntical can you please list the major differences?

 

I'd also appreciate the Crucial part numbering system so I can identify the meaning of each digit in the part number.

 

Thanks, -Mark

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Crucial_YogiH
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Re: Crucial->Micron Part number conversion request.

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in reply to MarkW
Hi MarkW, Thank you for contacting us today. It appears that the part number that you have is the correct Micron part number for the Crucial part. As far as the part numbering system goes I can give you a general breakdown: CT- Is the brand (CT for Crucial or BL for Ballistix) 8G- The capacity (2G for 2GB, 4G for 4GB, and so on) 3- DDR3 (the technology) E- Parity (ECC) R- Module type (R- Registered DIMM or L for Load Reduced DIMM) S- Height (S for standard height V for very low profile) D- Voltage (D for 1.5V V or L for 1.35V) S- Ranking (S for Single, Q for Quad, and D for Dual) 4- Configuration (4 for x4 based and 8 for x8 based) 186D- Speed (1339 for 1339mhz, 160B for 1600mhz, and 186D for 1866mhz)
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Re: Crucial->Micron Part number conversion request.

in reply to MarkW
I forgot to mention the extension or the part after the period on the part number. The extension provides information about how the module was made. This includes who provided the DRAM chips, how many chips were used to make the module and revision information on them. The first part of the extension refers to the DRAM supplier a blank like your part has means it's a Micron product, the 18 is referring to the chip count, and the ending FED refers to the chip type and revision.
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