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Wednesday, 19 March 2008 00:00

OCZ is ready for 790i Ultra SLI

Written by Slobodan Simic

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2GB DDR3 kit at 2,000MHz

 

OCZ has officially announced its 2GB DDR3 kit, branded OCZ PC3-16000 NVIDA SLI-Ready Edition, which is Nvidia 790i Ultra SLI certified. This kit works at 2GHz with 9-9-9-28 latencies at 1.9V.

OCZ's new 2GB Nvidia SLI-ready edition kit supports EPP 2.0 and when paired with Nvidia's 790i Ultra SLI automatically boots at more aggressive 9-8-8 latencies. As mentioned, it works at 2,000MHz at 1.9V and it is cooled by OCZ's black Nvidia SLI XTC heatspreaders. As a part of OCZ's high-end memory series, these modules are specially tested to ensure high performance and compatibility. This kit also come with OCZ's lifetime warranty.

OCZ, or to be more precise, PC Power & Cooling, has also launched the Turbo-Cool 1200W PSU, which is ESA certified and should provide enough power for decent overclocking on Nvidia's 790i Ultra SLI platform.

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