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Wednesday, 10 October 2007 11:39

OCZ announces 4GB Nvidia SLI kit

Written by Slobodan Simic

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OCZ's 4GB PC2-6400 Nvidia SLI Certified

 

OCZ has announced a new addition to its Nvidia SLI series, the 4GB PC2-6400 SLI-Ready DDR2 memory kit.

OCZ's new 4GB (2x2048MB) DDR2 kit works at 800MHz with 5-4-4-18 latencies. It works at 2.1Volts and has a 2.2V EVP, where EVP stands for OCZ's Extended Voltage Protection. The modules are cooled by OCZ's XTC Heatspreders with Nvidia colors.

Like the rest of its OCZ Nvidia SLI-ready series, these modules also feature Nvidia Enhanced Performance Profiles, or shortly EPP, so they can be optimized on nForce SLI based motherboards. The kit is covered by a lifetime warranty.

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