I've managed to understand timings, speed, voltage, capacity etc, there's just two small things that I can't seem to find an answer for.
A little background before I get into the question:
I have 5 sticks of RAM and four slots (I'm recycling some old computers)
Three sticks of Hynix HMT125U6TFR8C-H9 (2GB PC3-10600U)
Two sticks of Hynix HMT325U6BFR8C-H9 (2GB PC3-10600U)
I know the timings will run at 9-9-9 @ 666 MHz, so they will work fine together if I use two of each (so there is two exact pairs) to give me 8.00GB RAM. That's all fine and good.
The two things I can't seem to figure out are some extra info on the stickers that are on the physical sticks themselves:
1) The first three state "9-10-B0" while the other two state "9-10-A0" and I can't seem to find out what the A0/B0 stand for (Hex? A0=160. B0=176 ??)
2) The first three have an extra number "1105", and the other two have "1113" which I thought at first might be batch numbers, however the first three came from three different computers, and just happened to be the same model.
Any help would be appreciated.