Elpida Memory Part Number Decode

Coool

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Welcome, STH!

Maybe I have luck here.
Could not find at old Elpida pages how to decode part number EBJ67LJ4B3HA-GN-F (64GB DDR3 Memory module) using Elpida EDJA504B3HB-GN-F components (chips). Contacted Micron tech support, and they couldn't help me.
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Maybe someone has any documentation or PDFs?
(ref. #1)(ref. #2)

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@Wasmachineman_NL, if you don't know what I'm talking about - Elpida Part Number Decoder

EBJ67LJ4B3HA-GN-F

EBJ67LJ4B3HAGNF
Elpida memory
Type - Module
Product Family -
DDR3 Module
Density / Rank ??? -
81: 8GB / 2-rank
40: 4GB / 1-rank
Module Type ??? -
U: Unbuffered (Non-ECC)
DRAM Density ??? -
G: 4Gb
DRAM Organization -
x4 (100% sure it's x4 because chips are x4)
Power Supply -
1.5V, SSTL_15 (100% sure it's 1.5V because chips are 1.5V)
E: 1.35V
(Chip)
B, D: 1.5V, SSTL_15
E : 1.35V
Die Rev. -
3
Module Outline ??? -
U : 204-pin SO-DIMM
Module Rev. (or Thermal Sensor Information*)
0 : without thermal sensor -
A
Speed -
PC3-12800 (11-11-11)
Environment Code -
Lead Free (RoHS compliant)
and Halogen Free

EDJA504B3HB-GN-F

EDJA504B3HBGNF
Elpida Memory
Type -
Packaged Device
Product Family -
DDR3
Density / Bank ??? -
42: 4Gb / 8-bank
21: 2Gb / 8-bank
11: 1Gb / 8-bank
Organization -
x4
Power Supply -
1.5V, SSTL_15
Die Rev.
(Revision) -
3
Package ??? -
BG: FBGA
Speed -
DDR3-1600K (11-11-11)
Environment Code -
Lead Free (RoHS compliant)
and Halogen Free

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Wasmachineman_NL

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There are no datasheets for EDJA504B3HB-GN-F unfortunately. What exactly are you trying to achieve though?
 

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I think the "L" stands for Load reduced ECC and "B" stands for 1.5v

plus according to this Intel document (Link) it has a Density per Die of 4Gb and x4 width so those may either correspond to the two digits "67" or the 4Gb die density to the "J"

Andrew
 
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