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Helpful ReplyHot!My Arduino-based RAM SPD reader/writer (free and open source)

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Re: Would anyone be interested in open source and free DDR4 SPD reader/writer? 2020/08/22 23:36:58 (permalink)
Update: 20200822
  • Fixed a bug which made the device inaccessible when performing multiple SWP operations in a row
  • Improved reading and writing speed
  • Fixed Check PSWP operation response dialogs
  • Improved screenshot menu behavior
  • Added HEX/DEC notation view toggle for offset row and column (this applies to offset views only, data will still be in Hex regardless of selected notation)
Firmware update is required!
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Re: Would anyone be interested in open source and free DDR4 SPD reader/writer? 2020/10/28 10:07:24 (permalink)
just buy Thaiphoon Burner its used by dram manufacturers pay 16$ you are good to go
http://www.softnology.biz/




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Re: Would anyone be interested in open source and free DDR4 SPD reader/writer? 2020/10/28 13:04:31 (permalink)
Lol, that's like coming to a PC hardware forum and telling to buy a Walmart's "Overpowered Gaming PC".
 
Can Thaiphoon Burner remove write protection? That's a rhetoric question, don't answer, just quickly glance over Thaiphhon Burner's featureset and mine and you'll understand why both solutions aren't competing with each other.
 
And by the way, I do have a professional copy of Thaiphoon Burner, just so you know my solution is not a replacement for TB.
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