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Wednesday, 16 May 2007 13:43

OCZ announced new AMD CrossFire Modules

Written by Slobodan Simic
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OCZ DDR2 PC2-8500 Reaper HPC CrossFire

 

OCZ announced  new DDR2 Crossfire certified memory modules. The new modules operate at 1,066 MHz with CL 5-5-5-15 latencies, and come as a 2GB (2x1024) dual channel kit. After the release of OCZ Reaper PC2-8500 HPC, which we reviewed and managed to push to 1,200MHz here, OCZ decided to go for the Crossfire market.

The new modules work at 2.3 Volts and can handle voltage up to 2.35V without loosing its Lifetime Warranty. They are cooled by OCZ's Reaper HPC (Heat Pipe Conduit) with AMD's "Crossfire Certified" emblem on it.

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“AMD is committed to pushing the limits of what gaming systems can do through technologies like CrossFire, and the new memory modules from OCZ are a perfect addition to any high-performance CrossFire system,” said Godfrey Cheng, director, platform technologies, AMD Graphics Product Group. Hey, we know Godfrey really well.

“The new CrossFire-certified memory from OCZ ensures that gamers get the highest quality memory, with superior performance and superb compatibility for their CrossFire systems.”

You can check out more over at OCZ here.
 

 

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