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Thursday, 04 December 2008 19:29

OCZ's new triple-channel Reaper kit detailed

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Works at 1866MHz

We managed to get some info about OCZ's upcoming and unannounced triple-channel memory kits that will be a part of the Reaper memory series. The new X58 loving Reaper kits will be available as 3GB (3x1GB) and 6GB (3x2GB) kits and will work at 1866MHz.

The new DDR3 Reaper Triple-channel kits will have a slightly different design but nothing dramatic, as it is still a heatsink connected to another smaller heatsink via a heatpipe. This time the heatpipe is made out of nickle-plated copper. The new Reaper kits will work at 1866MHz with 9-9-9-28 latencies and at 1.65Volts.

We also managed to find out that OCZ will have a Platinum 6GB and 3GB triple-channel kits working at these same specs, but, of course, due to the smaller heatsinks you shouldn't expect the same temperature and overclocking results as with the Reaper series.

The precise date and the price are unfortunately unknown, but we are sure that these kits are just around the corner.

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