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Tuesday, 24 June 2008 16:40

OCZ drops DDR3 prices

Written by Slobodan Simic

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European competition in the dust

While surfing around the retail/e-tail sites we stumbled on some interesting prices. OCZ has apparently dropped its DDR3 prices, making the competition almost twice as expensive.

For example, you can get a 4GB DDR3 2000MHz for as low as €373.89. We are talking about OCZ's 4GB kit with CL9 latencies cooled by XTC Platinum heatspreaders. The kit from other manufacturers based on the same, or similar, specs can easily end up costing you up to €600.

The same thing is true with 2GB kits, as you have to pay €221.29 for OCZ's 2048MB PC3-16000 CL9 kit cooled by OCZ's XTC Platinum heatspreaders, or you can go for the 2048MB PC3-16000 CL8 kit cooled by OCZ's Flex2 heatspreaders for €256.09. The lowest priced kit from the other manufacturer ends up at €329.89.

You can check out the prices here.


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