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OCZ launches ATI CrossFire-certified PC2-5400 memory

Posted on Saturday, September 09 2006 @ 03:21:38 CEST by


OCZ announced the new OCZ PC2-5400 ATI CrossFire Certified modules. The award-winning PC2-5400 gaming solutions from OCZ now feature the first ever exclusively designed heatspreaders for ATI Technologies. Co-developed with ATI, the unique PC2-5400 CrossFire-certified series offers an unparalleled opportunity to boost performance and stylize gamers’ systems.

Tested and qualified under ATI’s renowned certification program, the PC2-5400 CrossFire series not only meets a high standard of quality, but guarantees superior compatibly with CrossFire technology. Combined with ATI’s esteemed CrossFire platform, the OCZ PC2-5400 certified series delivers a stunning visual experience and high performance for gamers. ATI enthusiasts and system builders will love the customized look of the new PC2-5400 line; these modules are cooled with an exclusive ATI special XTC (Xtreme Thermal Convection) heatspreader displaying ATI’s “Certified” logo.

With many of today’s PC game titles requiring a minimum of 2GB of memory, the CrossFire Certified 2GB kit is the supreme solution for gamers seeking the advantages of increased reliability and bandwidth management. This is just the first of many new ATI certified modules that will be available to gamers and enthusiasts.


 



 

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