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Tuesday, 08 July 2008 08:33

OCZ announced notebook DDR3 memory

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For performance notebooks

 


OCZ is getting ready for the Centrino 2 launch and has announced two sets of DDR3 SO-DIMM notebook modules that target the high-end notebook users and mobile gamers. OCZ will only offer 2GB modules, either on their own or in a kit of two for a total of 4GB.

The modules will be clocked at either 1,066MHz with a latency of 8-8-8-27 or at 1,333MHz with a latency of 9-9-9-24 and both types use the standard 1.5V. We would also expect that part of the reason for the default Voltage is the fact that we don't know of any notebooks that allow you to tune the memory Voltage as you can with most motherboards these days.

No word on pricing was announced, although we don't expect either to be particularly cheap initially at least. We'd expect these modules to become available once Intel's Centrino 2 platform is officially announced.

You can find the press release here

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