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Thursday, 18 October 2007 00:39

OCZ confirms new Titanium modules

Written by Slobodan Simic

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PC2-6400 2GB at CL3 and 4GB at CL4

 

OCZ has confirmed the launch of a couple of new Titanium modules that we wrote about a few days ago. In case you've missed it, you can read the original bit here.

Just a short reminder, we're talking about 800MHz 2GB CL3 and 4GB CL4 kits. Both new Titanium modules will be also available as separate 1GB and 2GB modules.

The only difference between the retailer specs and OCZ's official specs is that the 2GB kit works at 2.4V and comes without OCZ's Extended Voltage Protection. The 4GB kit has the same specs as reported earlier.

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Memory has never been cheaper


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