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Saturday, 31 March 2007 00:12

OCZ DDR2 PC2-6400 SLI-Ready Edition

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Lower clocks, but better latencies

 

OCZ announced new memory modules in its line of SLI-Ready Dual Channel memory modules. It has reduced latencies and 1T command rate for fast memory access at 800MHz clocks.

 

 

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It is available in 2GB (2x1024MB) dual channel kit, and also as 1GB module. As all OCZ's SLI-Ready edition modules this one also comes with EPP and works at 4-4-4-15 1T latency. It is Nvidia SLI certified so all those with such motherboards can get the best out of these modules.

 
Modules are cooled by SLI-Ready XTC heatspreaders. Operating voltage is 2.1V but it has OCZ's EVP (Extended Voltage Protection), which means that you can take the voltage up to 2.3V without invalidating your OCZ lifetime warranty.

 
You can find out more about these modules on OCZ here.

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