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Old 31st July 2009, 13:20   #1
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Default OCZ Blade 1066 and Blade 1200

When everyone thought that DDR2 memory is “dead” and that there will be no innovations in that area, OCZ surprised us with new Low Voltage modules that provide respectable performances. These modules can be recognized by LV mark and found in Blade and Platinum series. We got two kits from Blade series that are certified at 1066MHz and 1200MHz. Most important feature of these modules is their performance levels at nominal (DDR2) voltage (1.8V) and even small overclock margin. Chips used on these modules can achieve maximum performances at 2-2.1V so adding more voltage will not result in performance gains…


http://www.insidehw.com/Reviews/Memo...lade-1200.html
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