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Tuesday, 29 April 2008 12:34

OCZ prepping its 4GB DDR3 kits

Written by Slobodan Simic

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At 1800MHz and 2000MHz


As a response to recent Super Talent's and Corsair's launch of 4GB 1800MHz DDR3 kits, OCZ is prepping its own, in both 1800MHz and 2000MHz flavors.

According to our sources these two should work at 8-8-8 latency for the 1800MHz kit and 9-9-9 latency for the 2000MHz 4GB kit. We still don't know if these kits going to be cooled by some sort of heatpipe cooling or just plain heatsinks. These should be officially announced sometimes this week, and they should be available in retail early next week.

Of course, expect a high price tag for these two, as the suggested price for Super Talent's 4GB kit is around US$499.

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