Who makes my RAM's PCB?
I have a stick of DDR-PC2700. The chips say Samsung on them, but how do I know who made the PCB?
i pass, on this one, i guess
Sometimes is real easy to find, sometimes you won't be able to find it at all.
look for crues as in numbers and stuff on the PCB, then use google.
i've been able to identify all of mines that way.
and it's a darn long task.
If you mean the bare, unpopulated PCB only, as a separate part, that is probably made by the lowest bidder, which may change from lot to lot over time. Or for big vendors like Crucial, Kingston or Mushkin, the board itself may be made in-house for better QC.
What you are really interested in is the name of the maker/vendor of the complete finished product. Many times this is on an adhesive label, which can fall off sometimes. Samsung makes complete assemblies for retail sale, and also sells the chips separately to others.
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I wouldn't worry about the pcb I'd worry about the modules on it that are more important. If its not fitting rite you still have to go back to brand for replacement or retailer.
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