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Wednesday, 05 March 2008 18:53

OCZ does DDR3 at 2100MHz

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Cebit 08: 1.9V at 10-10-10 latencies


OCZ has shown a new series of memory modules that will feature two kits, one with DDR3 chips and the other will be the DDR2 version. The new series, branded Flex II, will have a DDR3 kit that works at an amazing 2100MHz with 10-10-10 latencies, and all of this at 1.9V.

The new series is actually the successor to OCZ´s famous Flex series now simply branded Flex II. The DDR3 version is the fastest non-overclocked memory on the market, so basically OCZ is saying that it can go even higher, of course with a little help from watercooling. The new Flex II will use four water intake/outtake points, which will make sure that both sides of this memory module get enough cooling.

The 4GB DDR2 kit will feature the same cooling design and it will work at 1150MHz with 5-5-5 latencies. Of course, we are talking about the high-end stuff here so be prepared for a high price tag when these two things hit retailers' shelves.

Here are some pictures of OCZ's DDR3 beauty.

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