OCZ DDR2 800MHz CAS3 memory with Reaper HPC cooling

Posted on Friday, Aug 24 2007 @ 17:20 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
After all those DDR3 memory modules OCZ now introduced a new toy for the DDR2 market: the 800MHz Reaper HPC DDR2 memory module with CAS3 timings.
The newest Reaper series is engineered to produce significant performance gains on the latest NVIDIA nForce platforms by implementing Enhanced Performance Profiles (EPP) and allowing the memory to operate at a stable 800MHz at CL3 upon start-up. With a proven performance design now coupled with the blazing latencies enthusiasts crave, the PC2-6400 Reaper CL3 series provides rock-solid stability and performance at an attainable price for all budgets.

The Reaper HPC is an innovative cooling solution developed by OCZ to effectively minimize heat produced by high-speed memory. As heat rises into the thermo-conductive copper heat pipe conduit, it is dissipated through the strategically-placed compact aluminum fin array. By guiding performance-robbing heat away from key memory components, the unique Reaper HPC design helps facilitate improved overclocking performance, while improving longevity and stability of the modules.

“More and more gamers are looking for 800MHz DDR2 modules with tight timings and plug and play functionality to maximize performance in the latest games,” said Alex Mei, Chief Marketing Officer, OCZ Technology Group. “OCZ’s newest 800MHz Reaper modules not only offer excellent performance for gaming and benchmarking, but also makes use of the advanced Reaper heat pipe conduit heatspreaders, which allow for safer overclocking and greater stability of the modules over the long term. The Enhanced Performance Profiles feature is beneficial for consumers who want the performance benefits of an overclocked system on SLI certified systems.”

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