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Friday, 18 April 2008 12:08

OCZ announces Flex II cooled DDR3 kit

Written by Slobodan Simic

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DDR3 PC3-16000 Flex II Edition

 

OCZ has officially launched its new 2GB DDR3 kit cooled by the Flex II XLC heatsinks. The new kit is rated to work at 2,000MHz but it should go even higher when water-cooling comes in play.

The new OCZ 2GB Flex II DDR3 kit works at 2,000MHz with 8-8-8-28 latencies. It needs 1.9V to run at these rated specs, and it comes with 1.95 EVP. This kit was OCZ's star of the CeBIT show. Back then it was rated to work at 2.1GHz, but at more loose latency settings. It should be able to easily reach 2.1GHz, but OCZ apparently decided to play it safe and leave the overclocking part to users.

Unfortunately, this kit is yet nowhere to be found, but we do expect it to show up soon; OCZ has already released its 2GHz DDR3 kits, and the Flex II cooled one should appear in retail pretty soon. These high-end specs come at a price, so don't expect this one to be cheap, as it should end up somewhere around €250.

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