OCZ debuts PC2-8000 Titanium Alpha VX2 memory Series

Posted on Saturday, Jul 01 2006 @ 06:14 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
OCZ today announced the PC2-8000 Titanium Alpha VX2 Edition, a special extremist series of modules specifically geared towards the high-end overclocking community. Carrying on the OCZ Voltage eXtreme (VX) legacy, the PC2-8000 Ti Alpha is the first high-voltage DDR2 product that offers enthusiasts the performance edge they crave. With the arrival of AM2 CPU technology and the impending release of Intel Conroe, the high-speed Ti Alpha VX2 is an unparalleled memory solution for the latest DDR2 platforms.

As a member of the Voltage eXtreme family, the PC2-8000 Ti Alpha VX2 is designed to operate at a high voltage in order to increase the speed while maintaining stability that is usually unobtainable when conventional modules are pushed to run at a higher voltage. At DDR2-1000, the Ti Alpha VX2 supports ultra-low timings of 4-4-4 at 2.3 volts without any adverse affects to stability whatsoever. The result is unrivaled DDR2 performance.


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