OCZ debuts 800MHz DDR2 for laptops

Posted on Friday, Jul 06 2007 @ 14:56 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
OCZ launched some new high-performance 800MHz DDR2 memory modules for notebooks.

Upgrade RAM is crucial for notebook PCs running Windows Vista, as it uses a large amount of memory. The new OCZ PC2-6400 2GB and 4GB kit upgrades offer the ultimate balance of speed and capacity. Even working with another operating system, the everyday consumer using their laptop for picture editing, music, and videos can benefit from having this substantial boost in storage and performance.

“Laptops are becoming a major factor in workstations and gaming rigs with more powerful processors, and processors that need to access more data in shorter time,” commented Dr. Michael Schuette, VP of Technology Development at OCZ Technology. “System memory is the fastest storage medium for data in any computer system. Higher capacity RAM can be used to largely bypass hard disc accesses for scratch and page files, and this dramatically speeds up the operation of any computer system. The new 800MHz line of 2GB SODIMMs or 4GB kits push laptops to the limit of any 32-bit operating system to unleash their maximum performance.”


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