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Thursday, 08 May 2008 14:07

OCZ announces DDR3 with Reaper HPC cooling

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Two kits for both PC3-14400 and PC3-12800

 

OCZ is apparently getting quite serious with DDR3 memory as it has announced two more DDR3 kits that will be available in both 2 and 4GB dual-channel flavors.

The faster, PC3-14400 works at 1800MHz with 8-8-8-27 latency and at 1.9V. As always OCZ gives extended voltage protection which, in this case, stands at 1.95V. As mentioned, this one will be available as a 2 or 4GB dual channel kit. The slower one, clocked at 1600MHz with 7-7-7-24 latencies also works at 1.9V and has the same EVP of 1.95V. This one will also be available as 2 or 4GB dual channel kit.

Both kits are cooled by OCZ's Reaper HPC heatsink and come with a lifetime warranty. Unfortunately, the price and the availability date are still unknown. Stay tuned for more info as soon we manage to get it.

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