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Wednesday, 22 August 2007 16:13

OCZ DDR3 1600 CL7 is real

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Games Convention 07: Taken out of the system


We literally had a chance to take what can be the fastest shipping DDR3 memory with one of the best timings out of the system and we had a pleasure to take the pictures of it.

 

DDR3 1600 at CL 7-6-6-24 works in one of the system and this will ship in 2GB kits. This product should be available just after the show and we heard that 1800 or even faster DDR3 memory is just around the corner.

 With X38 the DDR3 sales will probably go up as this chipset will show you what you can benefit from this ultra fast memory and companies such as OCZ hopes to sell a lot of this in high season and approaching Xmas sales miracle. 

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