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|15th June 2005, 22:05||#1|
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OCZ Calls Gamers for Extreme: New Memory Modules Introduced.
OCZ Technology, a leading maker of memory modules, announced on Tuesday its new product targeted gamers and enthusiasts who do not want to spend significant sums on memory upgrades. The new memory modules feature relatively low clock-speed, but very aggressive latencies, which may indicate good overclockability.
OCZ’s PC-3500 Gold Gamer eXtreme Series modules are rated to run at 433MHz with CL2 2-2-5 latency settings, which are among the lowest in the industry. While the default voltage of the PC-3500 Gold Gamer eXtreme Series is 2.8V, higher than default voltage of DDR memory, OCZ allows to boost it towards 3.1V without losing the lifetime warranty.
Memory modules with relatively low frequencies, but with aggressive timings, are typically very welcome by overclockers, as with moderate timings they can be set to operate at much higher clock-speeds, bringing a lot of benefits to end-users. In fact, OCZ’s CEO Ryan Peterson told X-bit labs earlier this year that PC3200 (400MHz) memory sticks with aggressive timings have been among the most successful of OCZ’s products, as users bought them for impressive performance with default settings and great overclockability.
“The gaming community is what primarily drives the PC industry and there is nothing we would rather do than cater to those who actively promote the progress in technology which is also the primary goal of OCZ,” commented Dr. Michael Schuette, Director of Technology Development at OCZ Technology. “The new PC-3500 Gold GX ultra-low latency DDR modules fit exactly the needs of those interested in optimizing their system performance without having to apply extreme voltages.”
OCZ PC-3500 Gold Gamer eXtreme will be available as 512MB memory modules as well as in dual-channel optimized 1GB kits.
|16th June 2005, 08:48||#2|
That will actually be a good solution if I cannot buy a DFI borad. It might not be as effective as the PC4000 VX but hey... if you don't have the cash you can't complain.
|20th June 2005, 07:34||#4|
433 isn't much though (FSB 216) unless they can do more than that, I won't be getting these.
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