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Old 23rd January 2007, 13:09   #1
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Default OCZ DDR2 PC2-9200 FlexXLC expands DDR2 Boundaries

The last few months have been rather turbulent in memory land. Several new modules have been introduced to the market, some of which are quite revolutionary. Of course, OCZ could not fall behind, and has introduced a new top end memory module with a totally new design, and we spent some quality time with it, can it beat our reigning overclocking champ?

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DDR2 promised us low power use & lower heat specs

now we've got DDR2 with not only huge heatsinks à la Corsair, but with stock watercooling ^^
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time for DDR3
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DDR2 promised us low power use & lower heat specs

now we've got DDR2 with not only huge heatsinks la Corsair, but with stock watercooling ^^
It's all micron's fault

No seriously, as long as there are enthusiasts, memory will be built to exceed JEDEC specs. THe same will be true for DDR3 in my humble opinion.
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I think Core 2 is to blame, if we could use lower dividers we wouldn't need such high frequency memory for overclocking,
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I can push my mainboard way beyond spec FSB wise without even reaching rated PC2-6400 speed...divider options on 975 chipset are sufficient;
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No seriously, as long as there are enthusiasts, memory will be built to exceed JEDEC specs. THe same will be true for DDR3 in my humble opinion.
of course, but usually that's also a sign that the next generation of technology should be ready for release soon (or there'll be trouble )

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I can push my mainboard way beyond spec FSB wise without even reaching rated PC2-6400 speed...divider options on 975 chipset are sufficient;
well, solo my memory goes well over the 6400 speeds and so does the CPU, but cant get it over 400 in 1:1.

but that has nothing to do with divider options, of course.
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